Digital health leadership

Why information security should be every hospital CEO’s No. 2 priority (at least right now)

Infosec is a patient safety issue and its critical that customers trust you. But many health systems have been investing too little for years. Its time for that to change. Health systems have been underinvesting in information security for a decade, some even longer, but the threat landscape has now reached a critical point. Hackers,

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Survey: Majority of Health IT Execs Feel Behind the Curve on Digital Health

Nearly two-thirds of healthcare providers rate themselves as being behind the curve on their digital health initiatives, citing clinician resistance and interoperability issues as the top barriers.On behalf of Unisys Corp., HIMSS recently surveyed 220 IT decision makers at U.S. hospitals and health systems and asked them to rank their organization based on how they

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Sharp Waste Disposal Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size and Forecast, 2018 to 2028

Request Advisory Improvisation in the Healthcare Practices Promotes the Usage and Adoption of Sharp Waste Disposal Equipment Safe practices related to the handling and disposal of sharp instrument in healthcare settings are being adopted these days in order to protect the staff, patients and visitors from exposure to any blood-borne infection. Along with this, various

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AI development trends in healthcare A conversation with Xiangfei Chai, CEO and founder, Huiyihuiying

In a span of about three years, Huiyihuiying (HY) has become a leading company in the development and implementation of AI in the medical sector in China. The enterprise, which focuses on AI for medical imaging, recently launched a new product at the Radiological Society of North America’s Annual Meeting (RSNA 2018), which can intelligently

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Black Book Survey of More Than 1,500 Executives Confirms the Changing Role of the Healthcare CIO

In 2015, CIOs held the balance of power over IT purchasing decisions, controlling 71%. But this year that figure fell to just 8%. TAMPA, Fla., November 26, 2018(Newswire.com) – A year ago, the buzz swirled on how the role of the incumbent executive-in-charge of healthcare IT systems was quickly evolving from a position focused on

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