Technology has created lanes for many people, businesses and industries to seek and attain enormous progress. The healthcare industry, in particular, has rapidly evolved in recent years through partnering with technological innovators. Many such partnerships have been forged through creative collaborations with companies not traditionally active in healthcare. The most recent whirlwind of tech companies […]
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The past decade has seen a greater emphasis on improving health care, its cost and overall quality of service by providers. Rising costs for medical testing, chronic disease management, and prescription drugs have led to researchers and payers developing more affordable alternatives for restoring health and preventing health issues. One such alternative is shifting from […]
For years, the number of practicing physicians in the U.S. has not maintained pace with the rising demand for medical services. This trend has created a physician shortage, with consequences extending far beyond the doctor’s office to essential workflows throughout the American healthcare system, including the medical review process. The Association of American Medical Colleges […]
In healthcare, there are many possible applications that take advantage of the expanded IP connectivity. We’ll look at two – one on the device side, and one on the service side – that between them embody much of the IoT’s potential in the field.
In healthcare, AI programs have gained prominence in a number of applications.
The healthcare-specific cloud market will reach $35 billion by 2022, presenting an unparalleled opportunity for cloud transformation of IT and patient services.
Blockchain dates back to the 2000s, but it only entered the mainstream in 2017. That year, it neared the peak of the Gartner Hype Cycle, a visual index of how much attention emerging technologies garner for their business-level potential. By the end of 2017, the trading prices of prominent digital currencies such as Bitcoin and […]
Now that suitable supporting infrastructure is more readily available, VR is rapidly taking root in healthcare.
Disaster preparedness in healthcare must account for a broad spectrum of concerns.
How did the Texas healthcare sector respond to the hurricane in its first hours, and what can providers and payers across the country learn from its response and prior preparation?