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By Nathan Eddy 10:54 am July 15, 2019
The 10-year initiative will focus on workforce development, education and training for next-generation care delivery.
AI and virtual care are changing the healthcare workforce – but there's a difference between 'tasks and jobs'
By Mike Miliard 10:45 am July 10, 2019
Accenture's Kaveh Safavi discusses healthcare's outsized spend on labor – and how machine learning, telehealth and consumerism are transforming how work is done and who does it.

Credit: Philips Korea

By Dean Koh 11:02 pm July 08, 2019
Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, which was established in 2009 and part of the Catholic Medical Centre (CMC), recently announced that it has been operating a digital pathology system that aids in the diagnosis of cancer since last month.
AI, virtual reality set to boost growth of integrated operating rooms
By Nathan Eddy 11:51 am July 05, 2019
A Frost & Sullivan report predicts that as many as 45% of ORs will be integrated with intelligent technologies within the next four years to improve the precision and predictability of surgical services.
By Nathan Eddy 03:21 pm June 27, 2019
Pre-treatment scans were input into a deep-learning model, which analyzed the scans to create an image signature that predicts treatment outcomes.

Above photo: Esteban Rubens, Global Enterprise Imaging Principal, Pure Storage

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Implementation best practices: Going live with new imaging tech
By Bill Siwicki 03:05 pm May 15, 2019
Four imaging technology experts offer healthcare CIOs and other executives and health IT workers advice for bringing new imaging tech online.
At RadNet, AI-fueled prior authorization tech shows promise
By Bill Siwicki 02:38 pm May 06, 2019
The radiology provider says up to 5,400 authorizations could be required per day. Automation of the process, while maintaining a human touch, has brought many efficiencies.
By Nathan Eddy 10:04 am April 29, 2019
Organizations aim to advance the radiology community’s use of existing and emerging technologies.
By Nathan Eddy 11:02 am April 26, 2019
Three in four clinicians say they think artificial intelligence can facilitate improvements in workflow efficiency and quality assurance in pathology, a new survey shows.

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