Information Technology - February 2022
Emerging technologies is playing a key role in the growth of the healthcare facilities management market.
Labor shortage has become a top concern for healthcare executives as workers are quitting in large numbers.
Funds increase access and quality for underserved populations through virtual care, such as telehealth and remote patient monitoring.
More consumer electronics are being used in senior care facilities to help residents stay connected.
More healthcare facilities are looking to add 3D-printing services within their operations.
While emerging technologies add value to healthcare facilities, top executives are concerned about patient data.
HHS suggests that healthcare facilities take the following steps to reduce attack surface areas to the greatest extent possible.
Managers can expect augmented reality, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and virtual beds to reshape healthcare.
UV-C lighting technology has proven to be effective, but how many healthcare facilities will buy into the trend?
Robots in hospitals perform cleaning duties, deliver medications and handle routine security.
Medical technology companies embrace digitization of product development, engineering, production and logistics.
As the nation continues to cope with pandemic, healthcare facilities seek new ways to monitor cases
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs' rollout of its new electronic health record transferred data to the new system, but the results failed to meet the needs of VA physicians.
As admissions soar, environmental services departments continue to implement innovative solutions.