For fax sake: Retro tech leaves NHS open to cyber-attacks, say researchers
Joe’s View: On the value of patient-centric records
How hospitals can navigate overlooked IoT risks
Healthcare is ready to invest in blockchain as new business cases emerge
Why Russian trolls stoked US vaccine debates
NIH brain research initiative taps computing power to gain insights
HIT Think Why digital transformation success will depend on data governance
23andMe will no longer let app developers read your DNA data
- 23andMe is preventing third-party developers from accessing customers' raw genetic information.
- The company sent an email to its developer partners on Thursday.
- More than 5 million people have purchased 23andMe's at-home DNA test.
ED tech and process changes help hospital reduce readmissions by 25%
Facebook, NYU Collaborating on the Use of AI to Improve MRIs
Firms Lack Cyber Insurance Despite Healthcare Data Breach Costs
Given the proliferation and cost of healthcare data breaches and ransomware attacks, it is surprising that more than two-thirds of healthcare organizations have no cyber insurance.
Google’s AI can outperform experts in diagnosing eye disease
25-bed facility cites usability, savings for shift to cloud-based EHR
HIT Think Why EMPI is crucial for current patient identification needs
Consumer baby monitors may get vital signs wrong
UK's NHS struggling with security after WannaCry, losing 10K patient records last year
Mobile apps could be the solution to better patient matching, RAND analysis says
Blockchain in healthcare: 3 promising use cases in a sea of skepticism
Individuals’ use of online medical records is on the rise
Survey finds many providers fall short on security preparedness
HIT Think How to bridge the potential divide between IT and the clinical side
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Before Using Birth Control Apps, Consider Your Privacy
Amazon’s latest health care hire is a master of bringing technology into the clinic
AI reduces time needed to generate radiation therapy plans
UK health chiefs block controversial app for patient safety concerns
KLAS: Business Intelligence Use Varies, Epic Systems Leads Adoption
Providers are using a wide range of healthcare business intelligence vendors for an equally wide range of uses, resulting in BI use and outcomes variation, KLAS reports.
6 common habits that put you at risk for identity theft
Which IT trend is most promising? 29% of provider execs say telemedicine
Lessons from an Angry Patient
- Emmet Hirsch, M.D.
The Latest Thing You Need to Worry About Cybercriminals Hacking? Your Voice.
CDC analysis finds imaging reports important in physician data exchange
Why patients and doctors are still dissatisfied by electronic health records
Physicians were less satisfied by the system overall, citing the time it took to enter data, changes to workflow and decreased productivity.
Verma calls on insurers to use APIs. Some answer more enthusiastically than others
FDA approves device to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder
Faster CPU can accelerate ability to use AI on medical images
HIT Think How a New Mexico facility is using IT to battle addiction
Sepsis: 3 Innovations You Need to Know
Best practices and innovations in sepsis can drop mortality rates and lead to earlier detection.
Tech firms say A.I. can transform health care as we know it. Doctors think they should slow down
- Some doctors worry that those in the tech world think AI can not only help clinicians, but even do a better job.
- They fear the fast-paced nature of the still nascent AI industry could come at the risk of patient safety.
- One U.K. health industry body believes regulators should keep pace with the rapid advances in technology.