01:28 am July 02, 2020
The response by the New Zealand government to the COVID-19 pandemic, including closure of the border, a national lockdown, widespread testing and the uptake of technologies, has brought the crisis there under control. HIMSS Insights spoke to Shayne Hunter, deputy director general of data & digital at the New Zealand Ministry of Health about...
10:26 pm July 01, 2020
Digital health tools and investments offer great opportunity for efficiency improvements and better health outcomes in the country.
05:00 pm July 01, 2020
New Jersey-based Henry J. Austin Health Center offers an in-depth look at its profitable move to virtual care.
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.
01:58 pm July 01, 2020
With many small and remote providers still in acute need of high-speed broadband, but the funding cap outpaced, the commission will carry forward unused funds from previous years to meet the need for virtual care.
06:57 am July 01, 2020
Five of Sheffield’s labour MPs have written to the prime minister, Boris Johnson, and health secretary, Matt Hancock, to seek support for the building of the Child Health Technology (CCHT) on the Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park.
02:24 pm June 30, 2020
In a recent HIMSS20 Digital presentation, Microsoft M365 Security and Compliance CTO Hemma Prafullchandra warned that bad actors have felt empowered to take advantage of coronavirus fears.
01:47 pm June 30, 2020
The speed and scale at which healthcare organizations have had to embrace cloud hosting, often without proper due diligence, could lead to lasting risks and vulnerabilities for a much bigger attack surface, according to new report from security vendor Vectra.
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.
10:06 am June 30, 2020
Medical associations, health systems, vendors and other stakeholders are asking Senate and House leaders to prioritize four areas when enshrining permanent changes to telemedicine regs.