To better understand the basics and the potential application of blockchain in healthcare, this guide will walk you through key elements of the technology.
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The purpose of this paper is to explore the benefits and barriers of implementing radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in the healthcare sector and to provide recommendations to overcome potential barriers.
Our guest writer reflects on the importance of technology in healthcare.
Blockchain's potential to disrupt and change healthcare has led to questions and concerns. Our Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force is working to find solutions and drive the path forward.
Once recorded, the beauty of blockchain technology is that the data is inalterable without the modification of all subsequent blocks, which requires the majority of the network to work together.
Explore part 2 of this blockchain blog series, authored by HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force members.
Examining the Characteristics of Health-Related Gaming Interventions Among Congenital Heart Disease Patients: A Scoping Review
Health related gaming is an alternative medium for the delivery of patient education materials. To date, these types of interventions have been used throughout the healthcare environment, however no extensive review has been conducted to determine the characteristics of these interventions. The a...
An electronic patient portal is a potentially powerful tool to facilitate self-management support for patients with multiple chronic conditions; however, patients are not taking advantage of this resource.