In a Healthcare Industry Trends Survey, 61% of respondents reveal they still use paper fax to transmit patient data. More surprising is that 56% of them believe fax will remain a valuable, or even dominant communication method over the next 5 years.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the steps being taken to ensure the future development of the web is ethical and open. We discuss the UK's cyber security skills gap and ask what more the government should be doing. And we find out how cloud technology could help people stop smoking. Read the issue now.
With cyberattacks on the rise, trust in teams and technology is crucial. However, 42% of security leaders see a trust deficit as their biggest hurdle, a new survey showed. Some trust is also misplaced, with 66% of security leaders trusting employees to prevent cyberattacks more than their own teams. Download the article to read more.
The American Cancer Society estimates that over 1,600 Americans die from cancer each day.1No longer just a technology with promise, the Galleri multi-cancer early detection (MCED) test has arrived. Learn how leading health systems are implementing cutting-edge programs to screen for cancer and intervene early.
Researchers have developed a machine learning (ML) tool capable of using electrocardiogram (ECG) readings to detect and classify heart attacks more quickly and accurately than standard approaches. The model was able to accurately reclassify 1 in 3 patients with chest pain based on heart attack risk. Download the article to read more.
At a time when the NHS is faced with unprecedented pressure, new technological solutions can help ease some of the strain. From apps to electronic records and artificial intelligence, technology is playing an increasingly important part in transforming the health service.
While VNAs and PACS appear to be coexisting, enterprise imaging in healthcare is taking over from purely departmental and radiology centered approaches. In this e-guide, KLAS analyst, Monique Rasband, and medical imaging software expert, Joe Marion, provide their insight into why enterprise imaging is the way to go for healthcare organizations.
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.
Orlando Health found a way to create a more efficient and accurate revenue cycle, while saving money. But how did they do it? Plus, could the gamification of healthcare apps influence a positive change on population health? Access this e-guide to discover the answers to these question and more.
In this healthcare handbook, explore the challenges of integrating an EHR with medical imaging storage, and why your organization should look to the enterprise imaging model. You'll also uncover 7 things to know about how next-generation technology with affect medical imaging.