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SIX WAYS CLOUD COMPUTING IS IMPROVING HEALTHCARE

| April 10, 2021
SIX WAYS CLOUD COMPUTING IS IMPROVING HEALTHCARE

By Mike Thomas –At Chicago’s sprawling Rush University Medical Center, technology is as ubiquitous as the doctors, nurses and patients who fill the corridors. Amid the army of life-saving machines is an invisible force vital to the hospital’s operations: cloud computing. It’s used to run critical applications, cull, analyze and extract important information from piles of unstructured data, […]

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How the cloud helps machine learning

| February 27, 2021
How the cloud helps machine learning

By Bill Siwicki–This scaffolding includes configuration, data collection, feature extraction, data verification, machine resource management, analysis tools, process management tools, serving infrastructure and monitoring, explained Dr. Yindalon Aphinyanaphongs, assistant professor for the departments of population health and medicine in the division of general internal medicine at NYU Langone Health. “A common way of deploying machine learning-based models is to […]

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CHIP Shot: How Smart Home Solutions Can Improve Patient Monitoring

| January 26, 2021
CHIP Shot: How Smart Home Solutions Can Improve Patient Monitoring

 By Mike Davis, Lead Analyst, KLAS Arch Collaborative Many emerging technology environments end up with disjointed capabilities for connections with IT environments or other devices. This results in tremendous waste for consumers as these solutions may be more prone to technical obsolescence and replacement costs. In many cases, the rush to get a digital appliance to […]

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Healthcare AI Investment Continues, but Results are Sluggish

| December 16, 2020
Healthcare AI Investment Continues, but Results are Sluggish

By: Kat Jercich—A KLAS report finds that most health systems rely on a mishmash of artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to meet their needs. A KLAS report released this week found that few organizations have settled on any particular artificial intelligence vendor as their choice going forward. Instead, said the report, most are using a […]

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How Will Cloud Computing AI Proliferate in Healthcare?

| October 28, 2020
How Will Cloud Computing AI Proliferate in Healthcare?

We’ve been saying this for a while, but we believe that the vast majority of computing is going to be done in the cloud. Very few companies in the fullness of time, whether it’s five years from now, 10 years from now, or 15 years from now, will own their own data centers, and those […]

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WHAT IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL TELEMEDICINE SERVICES IN CLINICAL TRIALS?

| September 18, 2020
WHAT IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL TELEMEDICINE SERVICES IN CLINICAL TRIALS?

by Edward Triebell—Recently, I published an article entitled, “THE QUESTION: WHAT EXACTLY IS “TELEMEDICINE?” and the next logical question is “WHAT IS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL TELEMEDICINE SERVICES IN CLINICAL TRIALS?”  The previous article broached this subject by discussing the importance and need of a quality data networkproviding a stable Internet connection, that without the network, […]

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THE QUESTION: WHAT EXACTLY IS “TELEMEDICINE?”

| June 4, 2020
THE QUESTION:  WHAT EXACTLY IS “TELEMEDICINE?”

By: Edward Triebell A web search using LEXICO defines telemedicine as “The remote diagnosis and treatment of patients by means of telecommunications technology.”  The World Health Organization (WHO) refers to telemedicine as “healing from a distance; it is the use of telecommunications technology and information technologies to provide remote clinical services to patients.” This technology […]

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The Awareness Disconnect: Personal to Professional Use of Digital and Mobile Technologies and Applications

| May 8, 2020
The Awareness Disconnect: Personal to Professional Use of Digital and Mobile Technologies and Applications

By Edward Triebell, Advisor, Disruptive Innovator and Healthcare Technologist My journey in the clinical trials industry began approximately 3 years ago when I was asked by an investor in snapIoT to pivot the company’s generic Internet of Things (IoT) software platform into the clinical trials space.  He foresaw the innovative disruption that the platform could […]

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