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Your time and resources are valuable, and so is your data. That’s why a strategic plan executed by experts is key to getting the most out of your data, shares our executive vice president of HIMSS Analytics, Blain Newton.
Gathering and sharing accurate information on who has or has not been immunized and where the vaccine stockpiles may be located are important components of the public health strategy to overcome disease.
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Digital Imaging Adoption Model (DIAM) helps health systems implement an advanced imaging strategy.
“From increasing the amounts allocated in IT budgets for cybersecurity activities to uniformity in security risk assessments, a growing wealth of cybersecurity resources are available for healthcare leadership to stay ahead of privacy and security threats."
David Houlding is principal healthcare lead at Microsoft and chair of the HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force. Here, he discusses blockchain technology and its potential to improve health IT interoperability, fraud prevention and more as well as what to expect in terms of blockchain's increased use in 2019.
HIMSS director of Informatics Mari Greenberger discusses blockchain technology in healthcare and how the HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force she launched last year is prepared to further develop use of the technology in 2019.
Technological advances may mean more older adults can receive the care they need when and where they are.