In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how computer scientists are using data, cloud and virtual reality to understand the brain and improve mental wellbeing. We analyse newly published government documents detailing the early problems with Universal Credit. And we look at how AI can help improve cyber security. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how new technologies are supporting the rise of vertical farming, and could revolutionise food supply chains. We examine one of the biggest trends in the cloud – serverless computing. And Brexit has not yet ended the debate about UK-EU data protection. Read the issue now.
This study of over 150 Fortune 1000 firms from every major industry or vertical explores issues associated with the lifeblood of today’s enterprises: data. The findings demonstrate the often dramatic impacts that even marginal investments in information technology can have when that technology addresses data quality, usability, and intelligence.
SAS technology has been proven to be the most versatile storage solution in data transfer and high performance. Read this white paper to learn about a solution that renders the necessary performance needed for your client's expanding market requirements.
The complexity around healthcare claims continues to present challenges for payers, providers, and members. A lack of aligned incentives has created unnecessary friction between these stakeholders as payers look to reduce costs, providers work to operate their practices, and members search for affordable and accessible care experiences.
87% of consumers want personalized healthcare tools, making digital, personalized patient education more important than ever. Your clinicians can "meet patients where they are" by providing trusted content that can be personalized based on medium, modality, health literacy and reading level, language, and more.
Fortunately, healthcare providers can take focused, effective action to streamline their RCM-related patient interactions—and thereby improve their financial performance while also providing patients with better access to the clinical care they need.
The adoption of IoT in Asia-Pacific has accelerated over the past few years, spurred by growing digitalisation across the region and the desire to improve business processes. In this e-guide, learn more about IoT developments across the region and how to leverage the technology to drive business outcomes.
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.
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