In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the technologies needed to support deep learning and AI applications in your organisation. We hear about Southern Water's data management overhaul and the benefits achieved from centralising its data team. And we examine best practice in managing large-scale Docker implementations. Read the issue now.
Patients were encouraged to stay home, and the industry needed to adjust the standard of care. But now, the country is reopening. Many patients have come to not only want but also expect telehealth services from their provider, begging the question: What is telehealth's role in care delivery after the pandemic?
AI driven by healthcare's rich data, coupled with streams of user-specific data gathered by IoT, can enable better predictive analytics, enhanced outcomes, faster detection of illness and heightened patient self-awareness. Download a copy of this E-Guide to learn more about IoT use cases in healthcare.
Uncover how Salesforce Health Cloud can provide organizations with the tools necessary to keep up with growing patient demands. Plus, read an exclusive Q&A with Joshua Newman, chief medical officer at Salesforce, on how the cloud can help healthcare organizations tackle initiatives like value-based care and population health.
With the increasing trend of cryptojacking, organizations must take action against attackers looking to take advantage of their environment. Discover which appropriate steps you can take to fight cybercrime today.
Creating interoperability of health information systems is harder than it needs to be. In this e-guide, explore the health IT interoperability problem and how APIs might be a possible solution.
Connected medical devices are becoming more widespread in healthcare, but security and management options are limited for IT teams. This e-guide will teach you how to devise a plan to secure each device from surface attacks and cyberthreats. Plus, see how several vendors are tackling this problem and offering tools to keep patient data safe.
Uncover the challenges, best practices and standards needed in order to successfully integrate EHRs with medical imaging storage, according to Rasu Shrestha of the University of Pittsburg Medical Center and health IT experts.
Take a look at how ransomware and malware strikes on healthcare organizations intensified last year, doubling to 64 incidents reported to federal officials. This e-guide is packed with data surrounding this security epidemic in the healthcare industry.