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By Diana Manos 10:32 am January 08, 2019
How can the industry really shift to patient-centric care and operations without executive input from the very people making the most decisions?
By Bill Siwicki 09:05 am January 08, 2019
Conventional IT has had years to implement programs for securing assets and data, but the protection of the Internet of Medical Things is not yet at the same maturity level.
At UChicago Medicine, patient satisfaction scores soar with digital rounds

UChicago Medicine.

By Bill Siwicki 02:58 pm January 07, 2019
After the provider organization implemented its new patient experience and engagement program along with digitized rounding, HCAHPS scores jumped 30 points.
By Benjamin Harris 01:58 pm January 07, 2019
Vanderbilt University Medical Center will leverage GE technology to improve its use of immunotherapy data for cancer treatment.  
NHS hospital sign
By Leontina Postelnicu 10:43 am January 07, 2019
Secondary care providers in England are expected to be “fully digitised” by 2024, according to the 10-year NHS plan released today.
HIMSS CHIME CIO

Ed Kopetsky of Stanford Children's is the John E. Gall, Jr. CIO of the Year. 

By Tom Sullivan 09:01 am January 07, 2019
CHIME CEO Russell Branzell said he is "one of the most courageous people I know," while HIMSS CEO Hal Wolf added that Kopetsky "epitomizes values and traits all in health strive to achieve."
Vocera Smartbadge
By Tom Sullivan 09:00 am January 07, 2019
New device brings a larger screen, integration with more clinical systems, a panic button and do not disturb features.
GE AI HIMSS19

Keith Bigelow of GE Healthcare says the industry is on a journey to precision health that starts with driving down costs and improving patient experience. 

By Tom Sullivan 08:59 am January 07, 2019
The company will be highlighting its new Edison platform, AI algorithms built into medical devices as well as diagnostics and therapeutics for precision medicine.
By Hafizah Osman 10:47 pm January 06, 2019
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) built the tool and said it provides a new way of comparing Australia’s performance across a range of health-related measures from the data of 36 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) member countries.

Prof Ngiam (left) doing a demonstration of the DISCOVERY AI platform at the inaugural Healthcare AI Datathon and Expo held in July 2018. Credit: NUHS

By Dean Koh 09:57 pm January 06, 2019
“I think the biggest trend (in healthcare) is towards greater integration. Traditionally, healthcare has been very fragmented, where many different groups serve specific clinical needs without necessarily coordinating with each other.

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