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By Mike Miliard 02:39 pm May 28, 2020
Built on Google Cloud, the platform is meant to help healthcare organizations and government agencies share data and best practices about treatments and reopening strategies.
By Nathan Eddy 12:38 pm May 28, 2020
The university's COVID-19 telemedicine clinic plans to apply machine learning algorithms to data from patients' vital signs, health behavior and self-reported symptoms.
Three ways providers get the HIPAA right to access wrong
By Bill Siwicki 12:36 pm May 28, 2020
In their HIMSS20 Digital session, privacy policy experts Deven McGraw and Jodi Daniel offer a deeper look at digital patient access, the APIs that enable it – and the mistakes healthcare organizations make when providing medical records.

Credit: Bahrain Ministry of Health

By Rachel McArthur 05:16 am May 28, 2020
The Kingdom’s Ministry of Health confirmed that the three devices are being used in order to protect healthcare staff from excessive exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
By Piers Ford 02:32 am May 28, 2020
The round-the-clock response of the NHS’s internal and external digital health community to COVID-19 has been more than impressive. But the ad hoc and rapid arrival of so many new applications also raises concerns about compliance and standardisation – and the role of the very unit that is supposed to be directing the operation.
By Sophie Porter 02:06 am May 28, 2020
The database will be provided to medical professionals for free through all mobile or desktop web browsers.

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By Sophie Porter 01:48 am May 28, 2020
The staff bank represents a breakthrough for inter-trust and private-public collaboration.

Above photo: A screengrab of the Āwhina app.

By Dean Koh 12:00 am May 28, 2020
This follows the recent launch of the NZ COVID Tracer app. 
Group of doctors looking at medical display
By Jeff Lagasse 04:35 pm May 27, 2020
Pointing data-gathering efforts in the right direction holds the potential to deliver better value-based care.
People being served food from a buffet.
By Dave Muoio 04:29 pm May 27, 2020
Executives from SDOH technology platforms say they anticipate more public-healthcare funding to support social services infrastructure in the coming years.  

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