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By Nathan Eddy 10:56 am March 06, 2019
Translational research is a main focus point for the iTHRIV consortium, which brings together areas of expertise including genomics, clinical research, data science and more.
By Tom Sullivan 10:02 am March 06, 2019
The company says the acquisition will enable NTT to broaden its security offerings for digital transformation.

Oscar Miranda and Ellen Sundra speaking at RSA 2019 in San Francisco.

By Tom Sullivan 09:49 am March 06, 2019
Infosec is quickly becoming where the two have an opportunity to finally join forces or risk leaving vulnerabilities wide open.

Fang Laiying, a member of CPPCC and vice president of the Chinese Hospital Association, talks about China’s health development during the regular news conference. (Credit: en.nhc.gov.cn)

By Dean Koh 10:44 pm March 05, 2019
"Cultivating medical talent requires the joint efforts from departments of education, health, finance and development and reform," said Fang Laiying, VP of the Chinese Hospital Association.
FBI Director Christopher Wray: ‘Today’s cybersecurity threat is bigger than government itself’

(Credit: Dennis Angerer/Getty Images)

By Tom Sullivan 04:21 pm March 05, 2019
Top Federal Bureau of Investigation official calls for greater public-private partnership to fight back increasingly sophisticated adversaries and attacks.
By Mike Miliard 04:19 pm March 05, 2019
At the Food and Drug Administration, the physician and venture investor promoted policies focused on innovating approaches to population health, opioids, chronic disease, AI and precision medicine.
By Tom Sullivan 03:38 pm March 05, 2019
SAN FRANCISCO — Artificial intelligence and machine learning hold as much promise, and perhaps peril, in the infosec realm as anywhere else. That was among the takeaways from the Tuesday morning keynote sessions here at RSA 2019.
University of Utah Health improves turnaround time with new imaging tech
By Bill Siwicki 02:56 pm March 05, 2019
The imaging technology, which integrates with many other systems, enables more efficient same-day care, streamlined screen real estate and exam open speed improvements.
By Diana Manos 01:47 pm March 05, 2019
The group, called Interoperability Matters, will focus on addressing the remaining challenges obstructing data exchange and is open to "broad private and public sector participation," officials said.

Credit: The George Institute for Global Health

By Tammy Lovell 12:59 pm March 05, 2019
A recent article from the HIMSS Insights Global Innovators eBook looked at the impact of a project addressing health inequality in India.

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