Quality and Safety
Researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are using a mathematical model to estimate false-negative rates.
Social determinants of health can make a big difference in health outcomes. A physician expert in NLP highlights how the AI technology can unearth gold in EHRs.
The Center for Internet Security's service uses software from the cybersecurity vendor Akamai aimed at proactively identifying, blocking and mitigating threats.
ANSI/CTA-2090 puts the focus on three must-haves, according to the Consumer Technology Organization: human trust, technical trust and regulatory trust.
Their five recommendations and strategies for integration with primary care focus on new approaches to patient screening, clinical documentation and data sharing.
A new report shows that almost three-quarters of the number of breaches reported to HHS in the last six months of 2020 were tied to third-party business associates.
The informatics group's new position paper explores ways to enable rigorous but flexible oversight and help FDA and other policymakers ensure "adaptive CDS" is safe and effective.
The new tools can help medical groups and hospitals with pre-appointment engagement, online appointment scheduling and reminders, post-appointment communications, and collection of clinical data.
In addition to calming kids, parents and even providers, the Philips technology has enabled better images, a reduced need to rescan and reduced total scan time.
NBC News reports that extensive patient data from Leon Medical Centers and Nocona General Hospital were published in an apparent extortion attempt.