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Healthcare’s Digital Transformation: How DevSecOps Protects Data

The global digital health market is expected to grow 17.5% by 2027, reaching a total valuation of $456 million. These organizations manage—and create—a ton of data. In fact, one-third of the world’s data volume is generated by the healthcare industry, making it a prime target for cybercriminals.

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How Blockchain Can Revolutionize Healthcare Records Access and Security

One of the great challenges for the healthcare industry has always been patient privacy. Whether it’s a hospital setting, a physician’s office, or a child’s vaccination records required by a school, we are right to be cautious with sensitive medical data.

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The Changing Face Of Healthcare: The Rise Of The Middlemen

“The significance of the intimate personal relationship between physician and patient cannot be too strongly emphasized,” the great Boston physician and Harvard professor of medicine Francis Weld Peabody wrote in “The Care of the Patient” back in 1927. To Dr. Peabody, the clinical and the personal were deeply intertwined; a deep sense of intimacy between the physician and patient was essential to healing.

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Can AI Fix The U.S. Healthcare System?

John Guttag is a computer scientist and professor at CSAIL and EECS MIT, recognized for his significant contributions to the fields of programming languages and artificial intelligence.

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Google Is Rapidly Becoming A Healthcare Powerhouse

Healthcare is a complicated industry, muddled by a variety of intricately woven challenges, delicacies, and nuances that are unique to the sector. Tackling these challenges is certainly not for the faint-hearted, especially in the modern era of continuously changing regulatory demands, technological developments, and evolving patient and public health needs.

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The Urgency For Wage Reform Education And Healthcare Sectors

In an era marked by escalating tensions between the public and private sectors, a widening wage gap in many nations, coupled with struggling educator pay scales, has underlined the urgency for significant federal pay policy reform.

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Bringing DEI To The Forefront Of Healthcare Marketing

TJ Martin is CEO of Cramer, a brand experience and content marketing agency with a division dedicated exclusively to healthcare.

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InterSystems unveils integration’s impact on #healthtech growth

InterSystems unveils integration’s impact on #healthtech growth

The adoption of standards like HL7® FHIR® is key to helping #HealthTech companies achieve better #interoperability and integration between different services and applications. Find out from InterSystems sales manager Vadim Fedorov how the solutions can effectively solve #healthcare interoperability challenges. Read more here.

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Paging Dr. Taylor Swift: The Healthcare Hero We Need

Anyone and everyone who spends over a decade mastering their craft wants ownership and control of their work. Physicians have fallen victim to this loss of autonomy in an ecosystem that continues to place a premium on volume and efficiency over meaningful connection and consideration. We arrived here by attempting to stay in our lane and letting the business of medicine be managed by the businessmen.

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Cognitant have partnered with DrDoctor and Patients Know Best

Cognitant have partnered with DrDoctor and Patients Know Best

Clinicians can now easily share validated, interactive education materials from Cognitant’s Healthinote CKD library to patients via SMS (text), embedded videos and via the NHS App.   This has been made possible following end-to-end integrations with fellow leading patient engagement and…

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InnovationRx: 70% Of U.S. Adults ‘Concerned’ About AI In Healthcare

Around 70% of U.S. adults surveyed by Morning Consult said they are “concerned” about artificial intelligence in healthcare. The most concerned group was Baby Boomers at 77% percent, while Millenials and GenZers were tied at 63%. People surveyed were most comfortable with the idea of AI assisting with administrative tasks, and, in good news for all of the companies competing in the ambient AI space, 48% of people said they would be OK with their medical appointment being recorded and using AI to take notes. The lowest level of comfort at 34% was with AI being involved in helping perform surgical procedures. A strong majority – 3 out of 4 people – say healthcare providers should notify patients when AI is going to be involved.

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AliveCor, Luscii Team Up on Cardiac Care Treatment

AliveCor and Luscii are launching the world's first 'virtual heart clinic in a box,' which aims to make it easy for any hospital or GP to deliver high-quality, remote patient monitoring to their patients. Read more here.

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