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U.S. Telehealth Market Size Worth $307.7 Billion By 2028

| May 3, 2022
U.S. Telehealth Market Size Worth $307.7 Billion By 2028

By Grand View Research-The U.S. telehealth market size is expected to reach USD 307.7 billion by 2028, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. It is expected to expand at a CAGR of 44.4% from 2022 to 2028. The increasing adoption of digital health services, favorable consumer base, and substantial investment are the major factors contributing […]

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Addressing Safety & Burnout in Healthcare

| March 21, 2022
Addressing Safety & Burnout in Healthcare

By Mary Kelly Jagim – The pandemic has taken a significant toll on healthcare professionals due to the increase in critical patients, decrease in staff, reduced supplies, and greater safety risks. For many teams, the increased patient workloads and short-staffed shifts have created longer hours with no end in sight. As leadership at healthcare systems look […]

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Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things: Dangers and solutions

| February 10, 2022
Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things: Dangers and solutions

By Bill Siwicki: A KPMG security pro offers healthcare CISOs, CIOs and other leaders advice on how to secure devices and keep patients safe. The quickest way for hackers to harm a healthcare provider organization is to target patient information, and many of them focus on databases that support electronic health records. The Internet of […]

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Cybersecurity and the Digital-Health: The Challenge of This Millennium

| January 11, 2022
Cybersecurity and the Digital-Health: The Challenge of This Millennium

By Daniele Giansanti Cybersecurity The problem of computer security is as old as computers themselves and dates back decades. The transition from a single user to multi-user assignment to the resource and access to the computer resource of the standalone type to one of the types distributed through a network made it necessary to start […]

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Tips for Selecting a Cloud Interoperability Solution

| November 5, 2021
Tips for Selecting a Cloud Interoperability Solution

By David Chou–There are many different healthcare interoperability clouds on the market right now. Which one should you choose? The answer is not easy, because each company promises to be better than the next. Some offer pipelines for information management, and others focus on digital imaging communications in medicine (DICOM). You might want to start […]

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Quadruple aim: More than half of hospitals plan IT spending increases to get there

| October 15, 2021
Quadruple aim: More than half of hospitals plan IT spending increases to get there

By Mike Miliard–Cloud-based technologies are the priority, says one Frost & Sullivan analyst, as health systems work to marshal data and deploy AI for quality improvement, cost reduction and improved patient and clinician experience. A new report from Frost & Sullivan finds more than 50% of hospital respondents planning to boost their information technology investments as they manage […]

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Healthcare Data Interoperability

| September 24, 2021
Healthcare Data Interoperability

09/18/2021 By Kate Gamble  When it comes to interoperability, the idea is simply for healthcare organizations to “have access to all the data that’s available on our patients and providers,” said Craig Richardville, Chief Information & Digital Officer at SCL Health, during a recent panel discussion. “I think we’re all in the spirit of making sure that happens.” […]

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Digital technologies facilitate medical decision-making

| August 30, 2021
Digital technologies facilitate medical decision-making

By Siemens–Decision-making has one clear goal in medicine — the good of the patient. The digitalization of the healthcare environment has made the good of the patient increasingly dependent on the intelligent use of data. The challenge is integrating a wide variety of data from clinical, radiological, laboratory, pathological and observational sources in a way […]

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