The blueprint includes opportunities for various healthcare stakeholders to contribute to the full optimization of digitally enabled care and includes case examples featuring organizations with care models that leverage the blueprint’s six pillars.
There is an increased need to foster effective and improved dynamics between people, processes, knowledge and technology to generate an output of safety. “Nudges,” which can help optimize choices by encouraging safer and healthier behaviors, are a promising option.
Connected medical devices have many advantages but require a higher level of security. If the medical industry doesn’t improve its cybersecurity posture, it could endanger patient privacy and lives.
Artificial intelligence has numerous practical applications in diagnostic imaging; the key to making them work for clinicians and patients lies in developing and embracing integrated workflow networks.
Improving clinical trial equity can help close the gap between the challenges to enroll and retain patients in clinical trials and the growing burden of diseases. All in all, there are immense benefits to creating and providing remote technologies for clinical trial participants.
Remote care in the home relies both on the quality of patient monitoring and on the insights provided to the care team. There is a real danger that data overload and alert fatigue will undermine otherwise well-designed remote patient monitoring (RPM) and Hospital at Home programs. The software platform and algorithms tasked with integrating and evaluating data must identify the data that matters, when it matters.
The revised cybersecurity draft publication is not intended to be a checklist for healthcare organizations to follow, but rather a guide to help them comply with the HIPAA Security Rule.
Is technology replacing the human element in hospitals and clinics, or enhancing it? In this AAMI Research Review, a pair of newly published studies exemplify how accounting for the humans that use a technology can enhance its effectiveness… and vice versa.
The growing availability of 5G networks is speeding the adoption of IoMT and allowing for new innovations, including drone delivery of medical supplies to rural areas, better surgical collaboration and 3D holograms for diagnoses and surgical planning.
The two new members bring more than 40 years of leadership and IT experience to the HUMA.AI advisory boards, following a recent round of funding and the introduction of new post-market surveillance technologies.