Cloud Computing

The rise of computer vision automation in healthcare

The demand for computer vision software is growing Modern medicine employs over a dozen medical imaging techniques, from radiography and ultrasound to elastography and magnetic particle imaging. This ever-increasing amount of visual data types allows doctors to study their patients more closely than ever before, improving the accuracy of diagnoses and leading to better health

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Healthcare Cloud Computing: Resources, Benefits and Risks Health Providers Need to Know

Cloud computing has transformed digital infrastructure and business operations across many industries even in healthcare. Healthcare cloud computing is a fast-growing technology every healthcare provider should be aware of. According to Gartner’s report, the global public cloud revenue is projected to reach a total sum of 278 billion dollars by 2021. This figure indicates that

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Lessons from HIMSS 2018: The Need for Cloud, “Killer Apps” and Connectivity, But Are They Already Here?

By Donald Voltz, MD, Aultman Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology, Medical Director of the Main Operating Room, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Case Western Reserve University and Northeast Ohio Medical University In his HIMSS keynote address, Alphabet’s former executive chairman and now current technical advisor Eric Schmidt warned attendees that the “future of healthcare lies in the

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Top 5 Things to Consider When Choosing Cloud Dental Software for Your Practice

1. Cloud Data Storage Security and HIPAA compliance should be at the top of the priority list when choosing cloud-based dental practice software. Who is storing your data and where is your data being stored? You’ll want to make sure that the host of your data is reliable and is HIPAA compliant. Consider discussing the history of data

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How is Cloud Technology Shaping Healthcare

Cloud computing is revolutionizing health care. It isn’t just reducing the time and expense of researching and testing new life-saving medications and treatments. It’s also streamlining processes, reducing paperwork and increasing the quality of patient care. It allows medical professionals to make accurate diagnoses more quickly, better determine the best course of treatment, and monitor

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MedStar Health Able To Engage Patients More Directly Thanks To AWS

MedStar Health, constituting 10 hospitals and 105 outpatient websites is the largest non-profit healthcare system in Washington D.C and Maryland. MedStar also hosts Research Institute and Innovation for the sake of health. It employs 30,000 associates and 6000 doctors who are responsible for giving primary urgent care. Patients were trusting MedStar health for its services

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Pfizer and their Scalability Needs

Pfizer is a global provider of health services. They are involved in research and analysis about medicines at every stage of life. As research is involved, they are doing so much to set standards to the quality, discovery and manufacturing of medicines for humans and animals. Their purpose is great and they are using technology

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