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The makers of Learjet collect data & program what is learned about critical system failures in order to improve flight safety. Healthcare should do the same.
These five security practices help organizations address imminent risks to data privacy, keep pace with continually evolving threats & protect patients’ personal information.
A sophisticated analytics system can help healthcare organizations predict and manage costs as well as clinical outcomes but implementation can be challenging.
Cloud storage can be a valuable asset to medical organizations but substantial due diligence must be performed before storing HiPAA-protected records with a vendor.
Big data tracking of millions of people holds the promise of inspiring new ways to approach prevention. However, it also has the potential of wreaking havoc on the lives of the very people it was designed to help.
Patients must feel confident in the knowledge that their personal data is secure and private, accessible only to them and their immediate healthcare providers. How can clinics, hospitals, and administrators ensure their information is kept out of the wrong hands?
The power of data is undeniable. It can shape policy, inform public discourse, and disprove or confirm long-held beliefs about the world around us, but data alone won't save a single life. LiveStories' mission is to empower organizations present data in a visual, interactive, and easily accessible way.
Over the next 5-10 years, the synergy between data analytics and technology will continue to expand leading to greatly improved healthcare around the world.
We have entered an exciting new frontier of state-of-the-art gadgets and high-tech communication systems that are revolutionizing healthcare.
We are already seeing benefits as well as downsides of new medical technology such as A.I, IoT, and CRISPR, but there is still so much we don't know.
The newest wearable technology advances are empowering people to take control of their health and, ultimately, their lives—delivering care when and where they need it, without being confined to a hospital visit for treatment.
According to Dr. Steven Chan, next year, 2017, will include further advances in large-scale community testing, population-level health, patient-generated data, doctors assisted by computers, and overcoming hurdles for data sharing and systems implementation.