It's been an eventful year for health IT. Of course, that's been the case every year over the past decade since the first meaningful use checks were mailed out, kickstarting the digital healthcare age as we know it.
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the United States will see a shortage of between 46,900 and 121,900 physicians by 2032, including both primary care doctors and specialists. How can you minimize the effect of this trend on your healthcare organization?
Byby Healthcare IT News Staff | Research by HIMSS Analytics09:42 amDecember 11, 2017
From a super-sized hospital in Los Angeles trying to expand with telemedicine to a small IT shop in post-hurricane Puerto Rico with its EHR system powered by a generator, this year's Best Hospital IT Departments show what excellence looks like in action.
"The system either queries the expert to diagnose the patient based on their chest X-ray and medical records, or makes the diagnosis itself by solely looking at their X-ray," CSAIL researchers explain.