Information Technology

Mayo Clinic Invests $1M To Expand Telehealth

Expansive telemedicine network available to treat COVID-19 patients


Telemedicine Market Expected to Hit $175 Billion by 2026

The rising number of COVID-19 infections across the globe is one of the key factors driving the demand for telemedicine


Hospital Cyber Attacks On the Rise with Covid

Temporary facilities are potentially adding to the problem


Healthcare data security still needs attention during pandemic

Healthcare institutions can have difficulty leveraging the large amounts of data that they store


Integrating EHR and medical devices in longterm care

This integration could support better outcomes and lower the cost of care for patients


The COVID-19 public health emergency highlights the need for better data accessibility in healthcare

Interoperability facilitates the availability of data to clinicians and patients


How to manage senior care facilities during crisis

Facilities and IT infrastructure must be at their optimal performance


Healthcare facility hacking increasing during coronavirus pandemic

IBM reported a 6,000 percent increase in spam attacks


Disaster preparedness – considerations on cyber security and resiliency

Planning starts with the end result in mind, but along the way, there are other key goalposts


Orlando’s VA Medical Center at Lake Nona updates digital infrastructure

Synergy opportunities between systems offer a growing number of conveniences and increased safety to patients, visitors and staff alike


Research finds patients prefer off-campus healthcare

The trend is likely to continue for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19


Veterans’ home had ‘the opposite of infection control’

An independent report on the coronavirus outbreak at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home found wards with both infected and uninfected patients


There’s still a PPE shortage in Massachusetts

A second wave could bring situation to crisis level


Pandemic has greatly increased the use of telemedicine

Will it be the future of healthcare?


How hospitals can prepare for a ‘new normal’

Hospitals are facing new challenges that have lead to technological innovations


What hospitals can learn from the Parkview Medical shutdown

The good news is COVID-19 is not resistant to disinfectants


Chatbots are reshaping the way COVID-19 ERA healthcare facilities and hospitals connect with patients

Tools that allow self-service customer response techniques are more important than ever



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