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Digital Health Tsunami

Digital Health Tsunami

| July 28, 2021

Steve Krupa, CEO, Psilos Group With the advent of digital health, there is realistic hope for substantial improvement. And along the way there will be huge market implications. Goldman Sachs forecasts a near-term digital health market exceeding $32 billion annually. Of this, 45 percent will come from remote patient monitoring (mostly for chronic disease management), […]

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Leveraging analytics to improve connected medication management process efficiencies

Leveraging analytics to improve connected medication management process efficiencies

| July 12, 2021

By Odelia Genevieve– HIMSS Market Intelligence conducted two benchmarking studies at the end of 2019 and a BD-sponsored follow-up study at the end of 2020 to examine how connected drug management is changing overall drug management. The results of the 2020 survey *, titled Transforming Medication Management: Insights on Connected Medication Management, made it clear […]

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Healthcare Cloud Computing Market Expected to Grow to $64.7 Billion by 2025

Healthcare Cloud Computing Market Expected to Grow to $64.7 Billion by 2025

| June 13, 2021

By MARKET and MARKETS-The market for healthcare cloud computing is expected to grow from USD 28.1 billion in 2020 to USD 64.7 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 18.1% during the forecast period. Growth in the healthcare cloud computing market can be attributed to factors such as technological upgradation in healthcare industry, increasing focus […]

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Ransomware Attack Unleashed in the Cloud Affects Multiple Healthcare Provider Clients

Ransomware Attack Unleashed in the Cloud Affects Multiple Healthcare Provider Clients

| May 14, 2021

By Steve Alder–CaptureRx, a San Antonio, TX-based provider of 340B administrative services to healthcare providers, has suffered a ransomware attack in which files containing the protected health information of customers’ patients were stolen. The security breach was detected on February 19, 2021, with the investigation confirming unauthorized individuals had accessed and acquired files containing sensitive […]

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SIX WAYS CLOUD COMPUTING IS IMPROVING HEALTHCARE

SIX WAYS CLOUD COMPUTING IS IMPROVING HEALTHCARE

| April 10, 2021

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

How the cloud helps machine learning

| February 27, 2021

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

CHIP Shot: How Smart Home Solutions Can Improve Patient Monitoring

| January 26, 2021

 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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Cloud Computing for Healthcare

Cloud Computing for Healthcare

| December 6, 2020

Use cases for the cloud computing architecture include: Providing access to browser-based EHRs and EMRs with end-to-end encryption in either: 1) Tightly controlled private clouds

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