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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?

| July 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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10 Major Ways Data Accuracy Impacts Your Business

| April 8, 2020
10 Major Ways Data Accuracy Impacts Your Business

By Cloud Health Tech Staff–Data accuracy plays an important role in every business. Data is used to measure performance and profitability, and analyzed in order to improve internal operations and drive innovation. However, as businesses move to the cloud, the quality of data can suffer due to formatting problems, data loss, inaccurate timestamps, and other […]

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Why is Telehealth so important in our Healthcare System

| April 6, 2020
Why is Telehealth so important in our Healthcare System

Telehealth is emerging as a critical component of the healthcare crisis solution. Telehealth holds the promise to significantly impact some of the most challenging problems of our current healthcare system: access to care, cost effective delivery, and distribution of limited providers. Telehealth can change the current paradigm of care and allow for improved access and […]

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Big Data Predictions: What 2020 Will Bring

| March 6, 2020
Big Data Predictions: What 2020 Will Bring

Alex Woodie With just over a week left on the 2019 calendar, it’s now time for predictions. We’ll run several stories featuring the 2020 predictions of industry experts and observers in the field. It all starts today with what is arguably the most critical aspect of the big data question: The data itself. There’s no […]

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How digital transformation is driving change in clinical trials

| February 15, 2020
How digital transformation is driving change in clinical trials

By Harshal Shah, senior director of healthcare for Persistent Systems. A detailed look of clinical investigations found that out of the studies examined, only 25.1 percent met or exceeded their stated recruitment goals. While it’s important to note that recruitment failure does not necessarily mean that these studies failed overall, it’s still a concerning statistic. […]

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