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Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Enabling the Future

| March 20, 2018
Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Enabling the Future

By Hector Rodriguez, Chief Security Officer, Worldwide Health, Microsoft Last year, we explored Microsoft’s approach to health security, privacy, and compliance in the cloud as we experienced an increased demand for public cloud and hybrid cloud services.  Given Microsoft’s leadership in supporting the required services coupled with the required levels of security, privacy, and compliance […]

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Microsoft Provides the Technologies for Health Organizations to Transform the Care Continuum with Partners: NucleusHealth

| February 14, 2018
Microsoft Provides the Technologies for Health Organizations to Transform the Care Continuum with Partners: NucleusHealth

By David Turcotte, C+E Health and Government Global Industry Director, Microsoft and Todd Bergeson, C+E Health and Government Product Marketing Manager, Introduction Digital transformation of health, more than any other industry, promises to tangibly improve people’s lives. As we approach a future in which 20% of the world’s population is over the age of 60[1] […]

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Cloud computing will replace traditional data centers within 3 years

| January 15, 2018
Cloud computing will replace traditional data centers within 3 years

by Steve Ranger The use of cloud computing services and applications continues to increase at a rapid rate, leading to the rise of vast ‘hyperscale’ cloud data centers. Both consumer and business applications are contributing to the growing dominance of cloud services. For consumers, streaming video, social networking, and search are among the most popular […]

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PACS Market to US$ 5 Billion By 2022

| December 19, 2017
PACS Market to US$ 5 Billion By 2022

By Market Research Engine Florida, December 18, 2017: The Global Departmental PACS Market is segmented on the lines of its application, deployment, component and regional. Based on application segmentation it covers computed tomography, MRI, ultrasound, C-Arms, nuclear imaging, digital radiography and computed radiography. Under deployment segmentation it covers web-based, on-premise and cloud based. Based on […]

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Cloud Computing for Healthcare

| December 6, 2017
Cloud Computing for Healthcare

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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Challenges & Solutions to Managing Medical Images in the Cloud

| November 8, 2017
Challenges & Solutions to Managing Medical Images in the Cloud

By Jessica Kim Cohen, Becker’s Hospital Review. The shift to the cloud is a growing trend across industries. The cloud, touted as a measure to reduce costs and improve scalability, describes a network of servers that house data remotely, which gives a user the ability to access data over the internet as opposed to only […]

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Digital Health Tsunami

| October 15, 2017
Digital Health Tsunami

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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Blockchain: Medical Imaging Informatics

| September 17, 2017
Blockchain: Medical Imaging Informatics

Chain Links— Dave Yeager is the editor of Radiology Today. A technology that’s most often associated with digital currency may soon change the way medical images are shared. Blockchain, which was initially used as the database for Bitcoin, is a method for logging transactions in a way that can’t be changed. Because of this security and its […]

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