The federally qualified health center spent a $451,000 FCC telemedicine grant on technologies designed to improve patient care during COVID-19 and beyond.
NIST's Tao Zhang joins HIMSSCast for a primer on edge computing and its implications for healthcare and cybersecurity.
In recent years healthcare organisations have been constantly targeted by hackers and COVID-19 has made the situation worse.
It has also made for happier clinicians who rely on wireless handhelds to treat patients and now don't have to worry about dead spots causing delays with clinical alerts.
The agency has been attempting to replace its decades-old core financial system with an integrated one for years.
Connecting medical devices across the continuum of care is one of the most pressing challenges facing healthcare institutions today. Global medtech firm Masimo provides interoperable solutions to improve patient safety and provide clinicians with accurate data.
In today’s ever-changing technological environment, healthcare organizations are expected to constantly advance their technological capabilities to improve their clinical processes further and deliver better outcomes.
Some companies are betting on telehealth's "gold rush," but virtual care may run into limiting factors.
The launch follows a successful pilot scheme in Germany and Italy.
The extensive list includes billions in funding for public health data modernization, broadband and 5G expansion, social determinants of health, cybersecurity and more.