Digital healthcare: Improving outcomes through cloud-based insight

by Mutaz Shegewi Digital transformation in healthcare can no longer be ignored when seeking to improve outcomes. The convergence of “3rd Platform” technologies (big data and analytics, cloud, mobility and social) with innovation accelerators, such as artificial intelligence and the internet of things, continues to impact the industry landscape daily and bring new opportunities and […]

Tapping into medical knowledge through an ambient user interface

by Jonas Knudsen Medical knowledge has been expanding exponentially. The doubling time — or the pace at which knowledge expands — was estimated at 7 years in 1980, 3.5 years in 2010, and a projected 73 days by 2020, according to a 2011 study in Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association. The dilemma for […]

Reimagining patient centricity and healthcare practitioner engagement for 2020

by Satish Pandelenghat and Manjunath Shanabag The relationship between the life sciences industry and healthcare practitioners has changed dramatically in recent years. It wasn’t that long ago that sales reps visited each practice to provide information about new products. That changed in the late 1990s and early 2000s as information became more digital. Now what […]

An Australian perspective on HIMSS 2019

Pulse Series: As part of the 21st Century Series on Australian Healthcare, David Pare, CTO for DXC Healthcare and Life Sciences in Australia and New Zealand, will focus on news, start-ups and developments within the industry — what’s happening, what’s being done to drive innovation, and what’s new or newsworthy. Despite the 15 years I […]

HIMSS 2019 showcased the transformation of healthcare and the rise of the technology giants

by Damon Auer The jury is in. Artificial intelligence and the consumerization of care are here to stay. In the week before the 2019 HIMSS meeting, I wrote a blog predicting what trends and technologies we could expect to see at the big show. The conference itself didn’t disappoint and just about everything I predicted […]

Study: Hospitals dramatically increase ad spend following data breaches

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Determining the actual cost of a data breach is difficult and often leads to heated discussions in security circles. How do you determine how many customers who left (following a breach) wouldn’t have left anyway? Perhaps they already were upset with the organization for some other reason. How do you know if a sales decline […]

Digital healthcare transformation starts with accepting your legacy

by Jonas Knudsen The digital world across all industries is buzzing about digital transformation and how it will change and shape our future. I love the term and have high hopes for the future. On Google Trends, there is an increase in the search interest for the terms “digital transformation” by a factor of 10 […]

The small but important ways AI can transform an enterprise

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are expected to usher in a glorious new era of innovation across multiple industries, including healthcare, finance, retail, manufacturing, and education. “AI will hyper-accelerate the rate of innovation as its algorithmic capabilities and computer-processing power outpace its biological equivalent,” writes Forbes Technology Council member Chad Steelberg. “The solutions to cancer, […]

FHIR agility: HL7 is dead, long live HL7!

by Chris Royle FHIRworks Series: The barriers for sharing documentation and data in healthcare are breaking down, helped by standardization, digital technologies and collaboration. In this blog series Chris Royle, Interoperability Specialist for DXC Healthcare, will focus on the use of HL7 FHIR in the real-world, and how it can be used to drive further adoption and […]

The future of precision medicine is not genomics but digital health

by David Pare What does the term precision medicine mean to you? Typically, people think of precision medicine as being about genomics, but it goes well beyond molecular biology to encompass everything that moves us away from a one-size-fits-all approach to medicine. As far back as 1969, Enid Balint, formerly in charge of the training […]