The healthcare industry is on the verge of transformation. According to 2015 KLAS BI perception report, in the near future more than half of the healthcare organizations are strategizing to swap or purchase a brand new Business Intelligence (BI) system. BI prevails to be one of the fastest growing
Off late, artificial intelligence (AI) has become the buzzword for almost all industry sectors; this is no different for the healthcare arena. However, AI is a massive infrastructure undertaking, and most organizations get lost in the process of injecting this technology into their IT environment. A
Undoubtedly, the Internet of Things technology has been significantly transforming the healthcare industry by revamping the way devices, apps, and users connect and interact with each other for delivering healthcare services. IoT is continuously introducing innovative tools as well as capabiliti
For those with chronic health issues or life-threatening illnesses, the line of specialists and procedures can seem endless. Moreover, each time a new practitioner or clinic is visited, the patient is required to fill in long and complicated forms – especially if a medical insurance is involved. I
The healthcare industry has been through numerous trials in recent years, from the financial and technical alterations brought by the Affordable Care Act and the HITECH Act to the rise of consumerism and the advent of the digital age. While providers have done their best to weather these storms, the
Data is now one of the most valuable assets in any organization, especially healthcare as we transition into a more analytically driven industry. Data is now the longest lasting asset in any organization, outliving facilities, devices and people.
It is an interesting dilemma; as a healthcare executive, you want interoperability between and with all organizations affiliated with you to retain patients and enhance the quality of their care, vice president, health information systems, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HI
One of the greatest challenges facing governments around the world is how to provide their citizens with effective and affordable healthcare. This is in fact a highly complex set of problems with multiple causes and a variety of actions needed in response. Happily, advances in technology are holding
The healthcare big data market is set another in a long series of revolutions as life science, precision medicine, consumer technology, and “omics” companies start to infuse their influence into a rapidly changing analytics environment.
The health data security landscape today is very different from the one 21 years ago when the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act was passed into law. And despite the omnibus HIPAA Final Rule on Privacy & Security that HHS posted in Jan. 2013, which brought new safeguards to prot