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By Kat Jercich 09:27 am July 06, 2020
It's more important than ever for providers to communicate with patients and their families, speaking honestly about what to expect from end-of-life care, say experts.
By Kat Jercich 02:18 pm July 01, 2020
The Medical University of South Carolina employed a four-pronged approach to scale up its virtual-care offerings and monitor COVID-19 patients.

Credit: Gerd Altmann

By Ahmed El Sherif 10:31 am June 30, 2020
The project aims to optimise cost management, doctor performance, inventory management, and the hiring of top talent, amongst others.
By Lynne Minion 07:01 am June 30, 2020
When Paul Roseworn flew out on holiday to Ireland and the UK in February to watch the Six Nations Rugby, he didn’t realise he would be caught up in a global pandemic.
By Kat Jercich 11:28 am June 29, 2020
Providers without the resources of larger health systems can still make virtual care available to patients.
By Mike Miliard 04:28 pm June 25, 2020
As virtual health deployments scale up and become routine, everyone – vendors, clinicians, patients and compliance officers have a role to play in keeping video and streaming remote monitoring data secure.
By Kat Jercich 01:17 pm June 25, 2020
A commanding 94% majority of respondents to a new Black Hat survey says the pandemic has increased cybersecurity threats to enterprise systems and data – and many say it will continue to.

Clockwise from top left: Google Cloud's Aashima Gupta, NewYork–Presbyterian CIO Daniel Barchi, Mayo Clinic Platform President Dr. John Halamka and Mayo Clinic CIO Cris Ross.

By Kat Jercich 04:09 pm June 24, 2020
Healthcare providers have ramped up tools to fight the pandemic at a breakneck speed, but CIOs say innovation must deploy technology with people in mind.
Legacy DNA CEO Roxie Mooney
By Jonah Comstock 09:30 am June 24, 2020
This coming Friday, Legacy DNA CEO Roxie Mooney will lead a webinar on pivot strategy for healthcare startups.  
By Kat Jercich 12:38 pm June 23, 2020
By limiting medical jargon and concentrating on closed-ended questions, chatbots can reduce clinical workload and make patient care more efficient – and maintain empathy in the process.