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By 05:10 pm April 07, 2021

In this webinar, a panel of two healthcare providers and one healthcare technology partner share their insights on the role technology plays in enabling safe and efficient cardiovascular care.

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By 05:47 pm October 15, 2020

The security of PHI and other critical data is a key concern as organizations consider moving medical imaging and other applications to the cloud. Experts from Google Cloud, HITRUST Alliance, and Change Healthcare discuss the different regulatory regimes, best practices, and the benefits of 3rd-party certification for both cloud solution vendors and healthcare organizations.

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By 11:55 am September 16, 2020

The pandemic set off a boom in telemedicine, but the end of the crisis won’t stop the technology’s trajectory. What’s ahead for telehealth?

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By 05:37 pm September 04, 2020

The pandemic-powered expansion of telehealth has created new opportunities for cyberattacks.

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By 12:08 pm August 18, 2020

In the face of a pandemic, healthcare organizations with a solid cloud strategy were better prepared to respond at scale.

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By 04:03 pm July 21, 2020

Artificial intelligence and machine learning were already hot topics as the health industry seeks efficiencies and optimal patient outcomes. Now the race to defeat COVID-19 has inspired even greater efforts. Read how AI and ML will help with everything from triage to vaccine development.

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By 01:00 pm March 02, 2020

The cloud is coming to enterprise imaging. How and when it does are core components of any long-term plan. What components can be shifted to the cloud now? What portions will need to wait? How do you evaluate your technology partner’s solutions, and do they meet your needs every step of the way?

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