Take a closer look at the dual-purpose power of telehealth: not only does it address patient needs, but it also supports the financial recovery and stability that health systems and providers seek.
Here’s four different examples of health systems innovating for improvements in patient safety.
Technology can improve the quality of life for anyone at risk of caregiver burnout by helping them more effectively and efficiently care for their loved ones.
Using technology for clinical care delivery during COVID-19 has demonstrated that digital care can be an effective tool for providing quality healthcare.
In order to advocate for and protect underserved communities, we must have broader discussions around the complex disparity ecosystem and look for a deeper why, shares our guest writer.
Using our Davies Award recipients as case studies, we've identified three critical areas health systems should consider when building a comprehensive opioid abuse program.
By creating a single data-agile economy from 27 data markets, the European Union aims to capture the benefits arising from digital transformation. Will this approach ensure the opening-up of health data silos to secure the well-being of citizens?
By increasing access to COVID-19 community-based testing, we can help slow the spread of the virus in at-risk populations and provide valuable demographic data to help improve health equity in the long term.
For the first time in history, people aged 65 and over outnumbered children younger than five globally, making seniors a growing market for products and services in this silver economy.
As the healthcare industry evolves, more and more companies are using technology platforms as their foundation, and not just a component of their business—leading to new ways for humans to engage with healthcare technology and exchange data.
Whether it’s managing the challenges in front of you or preparing for what’s ahead, predictive analytics holds immense power to improve health outcomes.
The smart city movement is driven by the demands of an evolving digital ecosystem and governmental systems across the globe are reaching for IT to modernize systems while simultaneously improving the quality of life for citizens.