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Red Hat Releases Healthcare Mobile App Assessment Tool

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Red Hat announced the release of its Mobile App Assessment Tool to help organizations break down their mobile apps, giving IT decision-makers and mobile development managers full view of the healthcare mobile app development process and necessary...

Half of Orgs Unprepared for HIT Infrastructure Digitization

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Over half of healthcare and life sciences organizations are planning major health IT infrastructure changes in the near future, but a survey found that most are currently unprepared to begin the transformation. A recent TayganPoint Consulting...

Hacker-Based Cyber Defense Increases Healthcare Data Security

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Synack announced that its hacker-powered intelligence platform is now backed by Microsoft and HPE and has raised over $20 million in a Series C round of funding to add more advanced healthcare data security. The new investment will be used to...

Healthcare Cloud Computing Seeing Constant Overall Growth

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Healthcare cloud computing is growing consistently, with IT infrastructure products for public and private cloud deployments growing by 9 percent, according to a recent report by IDC. Cloud is proving vital to enterprises across all verticals...

Lack of HIT Interoperability Leaves Infrastructure Gaps

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HIT infrastructure has yet to evolve to truly support the transition so value-based care due to lack of HIT interoperability, according to a recent report from the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA). The report acknowledged...

Healthcare Blockchain Relies on Industry Standardization

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Healthcare blockchain is growing as organizations seek more secure ways to exchange information and conduct transactions with other entities. The enterprise blockchain market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 26 percent through 2025, according...

Edge Computing Uses IoT Devices for Fast Health IT Analytics

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Healthcare organizations are rapidly adopting analytics solutions as part of their HIT infrastructures to offer better patient care. As the number of analytics solutions and internet of things (IoT) devices introduced into healthcare networks...

New HIT Open Source AI Platform Available on Azure HDInsight

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H2O.ai announced the availability of its artificial intelligence (AI) platform on Microsoft Azure HDInsight, making it more widely available for health IT infrastructure deployment. H2O.ai’s Sparkling Water solution is now available on...

Intraoperative Imaging Becomes Vital HIT Infrastructure Tool

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The intraoperative imaging market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5 percent through 2021 as healthcare organizations seek to add the solutions to their health IT infrastructure, according to a recent Markets and Markets report. The report stated...

Cisco, SAS Leverage Edge Computing for Clinical IoT Data

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Cisco and SAS announced their release of the Cisco SAS Edge-to-Enterprise IoT Analytics Platform to help manage health IT analytics by organizing clinical data collected by Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The solution is an edge-to-enterprise...

Top Features for Healthcare Low-Code App Development Platforms

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Healthcare mobile applications are becoming more popular while organizations are faced with a shortage of developers that can build custom mobile applications that aid clinician workflow and are HIPAA compliant. App development platforms are...

Healthcare Mobility Solutions Support mHealth, Digitization

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The healthcare mobility solutions market is expected to grow significantly, reaching up to $227 billion by 2025, according to a recent Research and Markets report. The report credits the growing healthcare mobility solutions market to the increasing...

IBM Watson Works to Standardize Clinical Terms for Analytics

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IBM Watson Health announced that it will adopt SNOMED CT (clinical terms) for use in Watson Health solutions in an attempt to standardize Watson deployments for healthcare organizations worldwide. SNOMED CT is an international standard for clinical...

HIMSS Analytics Highlights Health IT Mobile Security Concerns

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HIMSS Analytics released its 2017 Essentials Brief: Mobile Study, covering the use of mobile technology in hospitals. The market research report specifically focuses on the use of tablets and smartphones in U.S. hospitals. The continued growth...

Healthcare IoT Sensor Solution Remotely Collects Wearable Data

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PAREXEL announced the launch of its patient healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) sensor solution that securely captures, transmits, stores, and visualizes patient data for clinical trials. The company’s new release is powered by the Perceptive...

Cloud Foundry Aims to Solve Healthcare Developer Shortage

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Cloud Foundry Foundation announced its plan to solve the impending shortage of developers by launching its cloud-naïve developer certification initiative, called the Cloud Foundry Certified Developer program. The program will be delivered...

Oracle Reveals HIPAA Certification for SaaS Applications

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Oracle announced that it recently received HIPAA certification for its Oracle Fusion Suite of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), human capital management, (HCM), and customer relationship...

HIT Applications Management Eased by Containers as a Service

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As healthcare organizations move toward virtualized health IT infrastructure solutions, containers-as-a-service (CaaS) are becoming a popular option deploying and managing containers, HIT applications, and clusters. A recent Research and Markets...

Low-Code App Development Frees Up Health IT Developers

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Low-code application development platforms are gaining popularity in the healthcare industry as clinicians are becoming more mobile and demand applications. Organizations are presented with the option to develop custom healthcare apps, tailor-made...

Aruba Networks Deploys Mobile-First HIT Network Infrastructure

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Aruba Networks announced the deployment of its gigabit wireless network at Scarborough and Rouge Hospital to improve its HIT network infrastructure. The recently merged hospitals implemented the wireless network to bring users better network...

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