Over 60 percent of healthcare cyberattacks impact patient data.
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Cybersecurity attacks have been growing at a rapid rate within the healthcare sector.
Fifty-seven percent of global organizations admit being compromised by ransomware over past three years.
More healthcare facilities have begun using technology systems.
New York-Presbyterian supports maintenance with a data-driven program that aim to ensure regulatory compliance.
Federal authorities warn healthcare systems to up their cybersecurity protocols.
Lack of a skilled workforce and stringent rules are expected to restrain the market growth.
Growing use of digital healthcare infrastructure is expected to propel the growth of the hospital information systems market.
Innovative technology is playing a role in how towel dispensers are being used.
Cyber attacks on healthcare organizations have increased 94 percent year-over-year.
Attackers moved from large hospital systems and payers to smaller hospital systems that lack the same level of security preparedness.
Researchers obtained thermal images of 12 healthcare professionals using an infrared camera attached to an iPhone.
Healthcare supply chains are still struggling to track and trace supplies, leaving facilities scrambling.
The global building automation and controls market is expected to grow 11.3 percent by 2030.
With more buildings incorporating elevators, it is critical that proper safety measures are in place.
With limited space for new constructions, companies are starting to build higher towers, requiring more elevators.
In order to better embrace change, healthcare facilities must begin preparing employees for the future.
New guideline includes a definition of body-worn cameras and guidance on policy and procedure surrounding training, use and retention of captured audio and video.
More automation is being implemented because of the great resignation, but will technology prevent employees from applying to new jobs?
UV disinfection equipment is steadily being added to facilities to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The global healthcare additive manufacturing market is expected to grow 22.6 percent by 2030.
Internet of Things will be a game changer for the healthcare industry in the coming decade.
Ultraviolet technology is moving to center stage of efforts to improve its performance and reliability.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, healthcare executives have committed to bringing greater levels of automation and digitization to their supply chains.