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Tech optimization: fine-tuning approaches to healthcare analytics

Analytics technology has proven itself immensely valuable to healthcare provider organizations. It helps both clinical and administrative leaders throughout an organization improve care, trim costs and gain efficiencies. But to get the biggest bang for the buck, CIOs and other leaders throughout the healthcare enterprise must optimize analytics to work best for their organization. Analytics… Read More »

Deloitte sees a future with more partnerships between health and consumer tech

Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and advanced data analytics have the potential to improve prevention, diagnosis, healthy habits and measurable outcomes, resulting in “dramatic change” to traditional medical technology business models, a new Deloitte study shows. WHY IT MATTERS Medical technology companies that have traditionally focused on developing hardware such as surgical and diagnostic equipment,… Read More »

Secure vendor access tech tightens up security, saves $1M at UMass

UMass Memorial Health Care is a $ 2.5 billion non-profit health system based in Worcester, Massachusetts. The flagship of its multi-campus system is 779-bed UMass Memorial Medical Center. The health system also comprises two community hospitals (163-bed UMass Memorial HealthAlliance/Clinton Hospital and 79-bed UMass Memorial-Marlborough Hospital), a large physician multi-specialty group practice and numerous other… Read More »

The potential of healthcare tech – human-centric AI, meaningful applications and the future

Buzzwords like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning are commonly heard at conferences and industry events and they often conjure up images of robots or killing machines from the Terminator. However, panelists from the Innofest Unbound conference in Singapore all felt that technologies such as AI should not replace humans as it is commonly imagined… Read More »

Why tech companies keep hitting the same wall when they try to get into health care – CNBC

Paul Markovich, CEO of Blue Shield of California Blue Shield of California Technology companies like Amazon, Google, Apple and Microsoft keep making moves in the health sector, which isn’t surprising given that it represents a $ 3.5 trillion opportunity. But these companies keep hitting the same stumbling block: the inability to share health information across… Read More »