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An EMRAM Stage 7 success story of how Nebraska Medicine automated its data centers and transitioned to a virtualized compute, network and storage environment without adding unplanned costs or projects.
Healthcare consumerism is redefining how healthcare is experienced, provided and paid for. But are we ready for it?
Together with information and technology, patients should be at the center of all healthcare interactions: the Harvard Medical School Executive Education Program for HIMSS will explain how and why.
The FDA released a discussion paper and request for feedback from stakeholders on a proposed regulatory framework for modifications to software as a medical device based on artificial intelligence/machine learning.
Cleveland Clinic’s annual Patient Experience: Empathy + Innovation Summit is partnering with global health information thought leader HIMSS. The partnership will enhance the event’s focus on technology and explore how empathy is extending into an increasingly digital healthcare environment.
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.
Healthcare is stepping into the 21st century and this company is helping patients everywhere make sense of the transformation.
"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.