Bluedoor Group Press Release | April 17, 2019 April 17, 2019– Triangle-based Bluedoor Group has announced the launch of a next-generation talent management agency aimed at accelerating digital transformation by sourcing and developing the healthcare architects and builders of the future. “The digital health industry saw unprecedented growth of 42% [...]
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By Michael Levy, President, DHIT | April 13, 2019 Last week, as I traveled to Montreal and the Province of Quebec for the first time, I kept my conference bias at the border and my mind open for new concepts. The next four days of exploration into the culture and [...]
Press Release - The Graduate School at UNC, Chapel Hill | April 3, 2019 The Graduate School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to announce that it will partner with DHIT, a non-profit education and research institute established to support communities through the process of [...]
By The Medical Futurist | April 13, 2019 Interview with Andrew Hessel, CEO of Humane Genomics Where is synthetic biology heading? What is cellular agriculture? Why will companies pay people soon to get their genomes sequenced? Is it likely that human-made viruses going to destroy the world? We had a [...]
By Jackie Drees, Becker's Hospital Review | April 12, 2019 Seventy-eight percent of healthcare professionals expect health IT companies to "somewhat," or "significantly," increase by 2020, according to Venrock's 2019 Healthcare Prognosis report. In March 2019, Venrock surveyed more than 250 respondents from health IT startups, healthcare providers and insurance companies, [...]
By Bill Siwicki, Healthcare IT News | April 11, 2019 Three experts discuss how application programming interfaces help enable system interoperability, and describe what the role of APIs will be in the future. Application programming interfaces enable information systems to communicate and transfer data among each other. Depending how it [...]
By Jennifer Bresnick, Health IT Analytics | April 11, 2019 These twelve artificial intelligence innovations are expected to start impacting clinical care by the end of the decade. There’s no question that artificial intelligence is moving quickly in the healthcare industry. Even just a few months ago, AI was still [...]
By Morgan Haefner, Becker's Hospital Review | April 10, 2019 Charlotte, N.C.-based Atrium Health signed a memorandum of understanding to build an academic healthcare system with Wake Forest Baptist Health and Wake Forest University, both in Winston-Salem, N.C. Five things to know: 1. Under the memorandum of understanding, the organizations [...]
By Mike Miliard, Healthcare IT News | April 9, 2019 From brain-computer interfaces to nanorobotics, a new report from Frost & Sullivan explores leading edge developments and disruptive tech. A new study from Frost & Sullivan takes stock of some of the rapid-fire developments in the world of patient monitoring, [...]
By Jennifer Bresnick, Health IT Analytics | April 9, 2019 Deep learning is moving out of the realm of the theoretical and is starting to help physicians treat everyday conditions that affect millions of patients. No longer the exclusive provenance of researchers and academics, artificial intelligence is quickly filtering into [...]