In this special feature story, three analytics experts offer healthcare CIOs and other IT leaders some best practices for getting analytics to work.
The cybersecurity compliance company says the Backbone’s advisory services will help clients manage ever-changing infosec and privacy demands, such as the third-party audits required for EPCS, the privacy demands of GDPR and more.
Findings from interviews with 12 professionals across the NHS in England were published in a new paper this week.
Data from the accelerometers allowed researchers to correctly rank the mortality risk using 30-40 percent more accuracy than when using data about smoking status or a patient’s stroke or cancer history.
Your heart beats faster, palms sweat and part of your brain called the Heschl’s gyrus lights up like a Christmas tree. Chances are, you’ve never thought about what happens to your brain and body when you listen to music in such a detailed way. But it’s a question that has puzzled scientists for decades: Why does something as abstract as music provoke such a consistent response? In a new study, a team of USC researchers, with the help of artificial intelligence, investigated how music affects listeners’ brains, bodies and emotions.
Ian MacIntyre, head of digital at NHS Leadership Academy, says the dialogue of fear around technology is changing as the culture is increasingly inclusive of tech teams within hospitals.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and two Senate colleagues are calling into question the statutory basis of a Food and Drug Administration software precertification program aimed at fast-tracking digital health products to market.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has selected the top 25 participants to advance to Stage 1 of a challenge to accelerate the development of artificial intelligence solutions for healthcare.
An Australian company is offering a creative solution to building the datasets needed to build artificial intelligence products.
Gyant CEO Pascal Zuta describes how his company’s AI platform can help physicians perform tasks only they can do, thus improving workflow.