Researchers presenting at this year's SNMMI Annual Meeting demonstrated that a computational model can accurately identify four subtypes of Alzheimer's disease, which may help generate insights into the condition's underlying biology and personalize future treatment methods. Download the article to know more.
In this issue of Computer Weekly, we investigate HMRC's loan charge policy, a retrospective tax grab that has left thousands of IT contractors facing financial ruin. We compare the cloud storage offerings from AWS, Microsoft and Google. And we find out how retailers are turning to tech to deal with a new generation of shoppers.
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.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the lessons learned from the ransomware attack on Travelex and how other firms can avoid the same fate. As Microsoft ends support for Windows 7, we examine the issues for the many remaining users of the operating system. And healthcare CIOs explain the tech challenges facing the NHS. Read the issue now.
Personalization just may be the key to satisfying members and seeing the related ROI. In a sample of 3,000 health plan members, individuals who felt that their plan understood their personal health needs gave their plan significantly higher satisfaction ratings.
The call center is still at the heart of the health-plan experience for members, but is seen as a necessary evil and a drain on the operational bottom line by many plans. Little do they know that next-generation technology now makes call centers faster, cheaper, and more effective than ever.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we check out the digital transformation at Defra, and see how the government department is preparing for Brexit. The new technology chief for the NHS explains how he's going to bring the health service into the digital age. And we examine how to make a success of enterprise social media platforms. Read the issue now.
As healthcare transitions from fee-for-service to improved patient outcomes, value-based care turns to data analytics and health management software. Inside this issue of Pulse, our experts dive into the role data analytics plays in value-based patient care and how providers can measure and achieve value-based care.
Health IT spending is explored in this new executive briefing on TechTarget's 2017 Health IT Purchasing Intentions Survey, done in partnership with CHIME. Dive into the results with our editors, in exploring which patient engagement technologies are poised to get funding from healthcare CIOs
According to John Marion, principal at Healthcare Integration Strategies, LLC, a significant concern is that organizations aren't focused on the big picture when it comes to vendor neutral archives. In this e-guide, learn more about VNAs in healthcare, including where they are now and where they need to go.