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Learning is a lifelong journey. That’s why professional development – fed by the constant pursuit of knowledge – should always be considered a career priority.
Virtual assistants, computer-aided diagnosis and clinical decision support are just a few examples of how artificial intelligence in healthcare has transformed the sector. Yet, there is a dark side of artificial intelligence.
Our director of Professional Development shares nine major benefits of participating in continuing professional development.
HIMSS along with the Association of Public Health Laboratories, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, and NAPHSIS launched a campaign, Data: Elemental to Health in a new appropriation for the CDC for an innovative initiative that will transform the public health surveillance enterprise.
On March 11, President Donald J. Trump released his Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Proposal, and presented it to Congress for its consideration.
The summit, a partnership between Cleveland Clinic and HIMSS, will focus on how healthcare is extending empathy into an increasingly digital environment.
"About 82 percent of hospital information security leaders surveyed reported having a 'significant security incident' in the last 12 months, according to the 2019 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey."
Record-keeping challenges mean patients are too often misidentified and given the wrong care. Technology may help with that.
Digital health innovators will need to start delivering tangible results, not just hype, for consumers this year, judged the HIMSS 2019 Healthcare Trends Report.