02:44 pm May 21, 2020
Despite budgetary strains from the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report predicts regulatory requirements and medical-service spending growth will benefit electronic health record vendors in the years to come.
01:21 am May 20, 2020
Known as the GCC’s largest laboratory operator, its fully functional field lab at Sharjah Expo Center is run by a team of ten, and is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
09:17 am May 19, 2020
Current patient deferral of nonurgent services could lead to a "care debt" down the line, say Duke researchers. To meet those needs, health systems should be building out a robust telemedicine infrastructure.
03:14 pm May 07, 2020
Phishing is still the number-one cause of breaches, according to the newly released BakerHostetler Data Security Incident Response Report, with ransomware on the rise.
04:25 pm May 05, 2020
As apps and devices become more ubiquitous, complex and bandwidth-intensive, health systems need a strategy to manage the quality and integrity of their network infrastructures.
04:58 am May 05, 2020
The response of the non-acute parts of the Italian healthcare system was the focus of a recent webinar hosted by HIMSS.
12:05 pm May 04, 2020
An expert in the systems that make up a smart building gives healthcare CIOs and CISOs a lay of the land.
01:29 am May 04, 2020
As a result of COVID-19, the UK has turned decisively to the tech sector to provide them with health solutions. But some places were more prepared than others. In the recent techUK webinar, ‘COVID-19: How Yorkshire’s health tech cluster is responding’, local experts discussed how the already strong integration of digital health...
04:11 pm May 01, 2020
Rapid Supplier Connect is designed to help health systems and government agencies identify and onboard alternative vendors when certain supplies and PPE are in shortage.
01:31 am April 30, 2020
All over the world, 5G networks are on the brink of rollout, and some think that it is healthcare where most benefits can be expected. But is this really the case? Or are we only hyping technology instead of healthcare once again?