Our cybersecurity subject matter expert shares how in healthcare, information sharing is vital to the security and safety of the entire industry.
Here’s four different examples of health systems innovating for improvements in patient safety.
Historically, healthcare has generally looked at the people they serve as patients. However, these models are evolving quickly as we move to value-based reimbursement with a focus on preventive medicine, shares our digital influencer.
The healthcare system’s shortcomings aren’t confined to the COVID-19 pandemic—maladies like physician burnout, sky-high costs and imperfect technology will remain. These longstanding problems will continue to hurt us all unless we change healthcare as we know it.
Our digital influencer shares how healthcare regulations, such as HIPAA, present fewer barriers to data sharing than commonly thought.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spread throughout the globe and the United States and exposed the fragile state of our healthcare system, specifically in underserved communities.
Our Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force outlines how blockchain can support healthcare data exchange and should be explored as an innovative option for addressing regulatory exchange requirements for interoperability.
Using case studies from Davies Award recipients as models, discover how leveraging digital health tools can boost overall patient satisfaction.
Pharmaceutical Supply Chain with Blockchain: Drug Tracking, Tracing and Verification at the Last Mile
Under the U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act, pharmaceutical supply chain will need to trace prescription drugs as they're distributed. One study shares how blockchain can save costs and enhance data security to help ensure medications reach the patients who need them.
Perfecting the right combination of people, innovative thinking and protocols involved is critical to reducing infant mortality. With more ways to support women before, during and after pregnancy, there is increased potential for improved outcomes and eliminating health disparities.
As millennials become caregivers, they’ll have an opportunity to leverage their deep understanding of technology, especially as they start to look for caregiver support tools, but they’ll also need to find a balance.