Six top clinical and technology leaders detail the lessons they've learned since the pandemic began – and describe how they'll shape strategies for telehealth, infrastructure, patient engagement and other imperatives going forward.
Since the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) invested in an advanced communication ecosystem, improved cooperation between healthcare workers has triggered many related benefits, from flexible workflows to a better patient experience.
Capps, a physician who comes to the Georgia health system after nearly two decades at North Carolina's Novant Health, will also serve as chief digital officer.
Two French hospitals returned to paper systems after being targeted by hackers.
Bloomberg reports that the software has blocked users, lost registrations, double-booked appointments and crashed for up to three days.
A report Tuesday from South Korea's Yonhap News Agency on Tuesday alleged that the regime of Kim Jong Un had tried to tap into the servers of a local drugmaker to obtain data on the Pfizer vaccine.
The telecommunications giant is seeking to expand its reach in healthcare whilst dealing with strikes and imminent redundancies.
Digital health leaders discuss practical ways to mitigate evolving problems in large-scale digital projects during a recent virtual HETT fireside chat.
The agreement with the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority aims to “enhance the quality of health services, create new job opportunities, and elevate [Saudi’s] national economy to become a data and AI-driven economy.”
The nonprofit healthcare alliance reported that more than 265 million Direct Secure Messages were sent and received in the fourth quarter alone.