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Category: AI in healthcare

  • The Academy and Nuance Partner to Launch The AI Collaborative

    What You Should Know: – The Health Management Academy (The Academy) has partnered with Nuance, a Microsoft company, to launch The AI Collaborative, which brings together senior leaders from the nation’s Leading Health Systems (LHS) who are deploying these technologies in the clinical and operational settings, as well as planning for future use-cases. – The […]

  • NVIDIA Launches AI Computing Platform for Medical Devices

    What You Should Know: – NVIDIA today introduced Clara Holoscan MGX, a platform for the medical device industry to develop and deploy real-time AI applications at the edge, specifically designed to meet required regulatory standards. – Clara Holoscan MGX expands the Clara Holoscan platform to provide an all-in-one, medical-grade reference architecture, as well as long-term […]

  • 3 Barriers Stalling AI Adoption in Revenue Cycle Management

    Kenya Smith, Healthcare Solution Marketing Manager at ABBYY AI technology is quickly evolving and already surpassing human decision-making in certain instances; sometimes, in ways, we can’t explain. While many are alarmed by this, AI is producing some of the most effective and dramatic results in business today.  Adoption of AI in healthcare is growing, but […]

  • Data-Driven Future: Impact of Machine Learning on Diabetes Management

    Athar Siddiqui:  Global Strategy Lead, Digital Connected Solutions –  Ascensia Diabetes Care “Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don’t think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other” – Bill Gates wrote this in 1999 and, nowadays, the same can certainly be said about information technology and healthcare.  […]

  • Getting healthcare enterprise AI data to deliver

    When we talk about artificial intelligence, the truth is most physicians aren’t using it.What we need now is for developers and tech executives to stop designing theoretical solutions, and instead place physicians, patients, and specific clinical needs at the center of their solutions.

  • Can Technology Help Reduce Cases of Hospital Negligence?

    For most healthcare professionals, providing care to their patients is mandatory. However, there are times when their desire to give patients the best care possible becomes a necessity for compliance, particularly now that hospital negligence has been a constant stress factor for both professionals and patients.  It is a given that any medical treatment has […]

  • 4 Ways Businesses Will Adapt Their Healthcare Landscape

    Dr. Donald Brown, CEO and founder of LifeOmic The coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, from how we work to how we get our health care. The crisis has put the creativity of many small businesses to the test after being forced to move operations online once social distancing became the norm. […]