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Machine Learning Could Reduce Lab Testing for ICU Patients

January 18, 2019 - Princeton researchers have found that machine learning can be used to improve treatment and reduce lab testing for patients in intensive care units (ICUs). The researchers used data from more than 6,000 ICU patients to design a machine learning-based system that could reduce frequency of lab tests and improve timing of critical treatments. The researchers used the MIMIC III...


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Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Making Sense of Data Flood

by Fred Donovan

Healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are providing tools to enable medical practitioners and researchers to make sense of the flood of medical data, according to study by Stanford Medicine. AI and other technical...

Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Market to Reach $20B in 2024

by Fred Donovan

Fueled by the growing adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in medical research, care delivery, and precision medicine, the global healthcare artificial intelligence market is forecast by Energias Market Research to reach a value of...

AWS Launches Machine Learning Service to Mine Patient Data

by Fred Donovan

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched its Amazon Comprehend Medical machine learning service that enables healthcare professionals and developers to mine unstructured medical text and patient data, such as diagnosis, treatments,...

AWS Expands HIPAA Eligible Machine Learning Services

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the expansion of its machine learning services to healthcare organizations. Amazon Translate, Amazon Comprehend, and Amazon Transcribe are now HIPAA compliant. Healthcare professionals can now take...

Microsoft Azure Supports Full Suite of AI, Automation Platforms

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

H2O.ai announced the availability of its full suite of AI platforms in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Microsoft Azure customers will now have access to all the open source artificial intelligence (AI) vendor’s AI products including...

Artificial Intelligence Requires Broader HIT Infrastructure Talent

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The HIT infrastructure landscape is rapidly changing, and organizations should keep their eyes on artificial intelligence (AI), cultural advancement, and processes becoming products as the result if increased digital capabilities and...

Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Adoption Grows for Software Apps

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Organizations continue to adapt their IT infrastructure to accommodate healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) as IT systems become more complex and data sets become more robust. IDC predicts that spending on cognitive and AI technologies...

Anthem, doc.ai Launch Healthcare AI Data Trial on Blockchain

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Anthem and doc.ai announced August 1 the release of their collaborative healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) data trial on blockchain. The trial begins this month and will span the next 12 months. It will focus on whether it’s...

Iron Mountain, ClearDATA Partner with Google Healthcare Cloud

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The healthcare industry is going through a digital transformation as organizations continue to leverage advanced digital tools to increase clinician workflow and improve patient treatment. As a result, large tech companies such as Google,...

Using Healthcare AI, Machine Learning for HIT Infrastructure

by Bill Kleyman

The engine that is healthcare is getting some pretty cool upgrades. We know that there are technical innovations happening within the healthcare world, especially with HIT infrastructure, and we also know that there is a lot more data...

Machine Learning Fortifies Digital Transformation for Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Data volume continues to be a challenge for healthcare organizations as they go through digital transformations. Machine learning is one of the most intriguing emerging technologies entities are utilizing to deal with data and...

HIMSS Highlights Evolving HIT Cybersecurity Threats, Improvements

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

HIMSS released its 2018 Cybersecurity Survey and found that most healthcare organizations continue to experience significant security incidents. As HIT cybersecurity grows more advanced, the threats have evolved to challenge sophisticated...

Health IT Infrastructure Requirements for AI Cybersecurity

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are becoming more popular as healthcare organizations realize the potential applications in AI for providing better insight into data and improving patient care. AI can also be used to help...

Machine Learning, Network Monitoring Top HIMSS 18 Releases

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

HIMSS18 is currently underway in Las Vegas and many vendors have released new health IT infrastructure focused solutions to help healthcare organizations transition more smoothly in their digital transformation. New vendor partnerships...

How Artificial Intelligence Can Shape Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare has the potential to dramatically change the industry. AI can impact how patients are treated and cared for and can affect cybersecurity and analytics. Although the technology is still in its...

Machine Learning Supports Data Science Platforms for Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Applying data science and machine learning to health IT infrastructure has been gaining traction in the healthcare industry. Organizations want to make the data collected by connected medical and Internet of Things (IoT) devices...

HIMSS Advises Layered Approach to Healthcare Blockchain

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare blockchain is expected to grow in the coming year and organizations are challenged with integrating blockchain into their health IT infrastructure. The HIMSS Blockchain Workgroup released part two of its healthcare blockchain...

Crowdsourcing Aids Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Advancement

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) is experiencing new advances and is quickly shaping the future of healthcare. Healthcare AI is also redefining how medical research is conducted and how patients are treated. AI’s healthcare...

Why Orgs Should Consider Healthcare Storage Tools for AI, Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Artificial intelligence (AI) for data analytics demands IT infrastructure tools that will support the computing power those tools require. AI also involves large amounts of data being collected, which is why organizations must consider...

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