Australia is in the fortunate position of having COVID-19 largely under control. To use a relevant analogy for an Australian summer, thankfully, we are not dealing with a all-out bushfire but rather monitoring and responding to spot fires and ember attacks. Entire states in Australia have been largely case-free for months and have established strong controls through contact tracing and …
The right to health, not just the access to healthcare, requires a holistic understanding of how we can provide a better quality of life and wellbeing for the individual and society, argues Bogi Eliasen, a futurist at the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies and a member of the HIMSS Future50 Community.
For many of us 2021 feels like a lot like 2020 with lockdowns imposed and hospital pressures increasing. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel with several vaccines now being rolled-out globally, says Dr Saif Abed, founding partner, AbedGraham.
The COVID-19 crisis has demanded innovative agility, relentlessly applied – proving again that information technology teams are crucial strategic partners for future goals.
The widespread use of SolarWinds software means many organizations are now scrambling to determine whether they too may have suffered a breach. Here are some remediations and mitigations that can help get a handle on the issue.
There’s an art to balancing new innovation while maintaining a high level of existing service: It requires a solid foundation of core systems, adherence to quality controls and an excellent service support model.
Data from a real-time location system, covering nearly 4.3 million square feet, offers the ability to see patients and staff who may have come into proximity with an infected person.