Cloud Computing

Infrastructure reality check: What can go in the cloud, really?
By Bill Siwicki 11:19 am December 12, 2018
Some healthcare CIOs say it's time to move just about everything to the cloud, while others say not so fast.
By Diana Manos 09:53 am December 12, 2018
More than 80 percent of those surveyed for a new report said they think ERP software processes are most likely to be totally replaced by AI or machine learning.

Xiangfei Chai, CEO & Founder of Huiyihuiying. Credit: Huiyihuiying

By Dean Koh 08:36 pm December 06, 2018
In a span of about three years, Huiyihuiying (HY) has become a leading company in the development and implementation of AI in the medical sector in China.
By Diana Manos 03:36 pm December 06, 2018
Neck-and-neck, the two rideshare companies are making big moves to assert themselves in the space, hiring health IT talent as providers and other vendors continue to partner.
By Rebecca McBeth 08:54 pm December 05, 2018
17 of New Zealand’s district health boards (DHBs) are hosting some of their clinical and non-clinical data offsite using cloud services.
Forrester 2019
By Diana Manos 09:03 am December 04, 2018
The time has finally come for hospitals to keep pace with other industries patient experience-wise, analyst firm says.
By Benjamin Harris 02:35 pm November 30, 2018
Its Elastic Inference and SageMaker platforms provide health systems with scalable and powerful ways to process large datasets, while the new Comprehend Medical tool delves into unstructured data.
cloud infrastructure apps
By Diana Manos 12:36 pm November 27, 2018
CIO Mike Zahigian says moving to the cloud will enable Amgen to create innovative apps for serving patients.
HIMSS Analytics ERP
By Tom Sullivan 09:05 am November 27, 2018
More than 60 percent of hospitals have yet to embrace enterprise resource planning, but they're going to need it for value-based care.

The new Edison platform is named for GE's co-founder, Thomas Edison.

By Mike Miliard 03:44 pm November 26, 2018
At RSNA, new applications and smart devices make it easier for hospitals to develop algorithms and manage data for imaging and precision medicine.  

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