AI is transforming healthcare — here’s how

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to radically change the face of the healthcare industry — in fact, it already has. Here are some of the ways that AI has benefited medical professionals and patients alike.
Virtual personal health assistants
At the helm of the AI revolution are virtual personal health assistants.

4 Facts about HIPAA and your IT

Getting your practice up to code when it comes to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations can seem challenging upon first glance, but knowing where your IT efforts must be focused is the first step. In this article, we’ll zero in on four of the most critical items you must look into to become HIPAA-compliant.

How is technology transforming healthcare?

Innovations in digital healthcare technologies are significantly changing the way healthcare providers deliver services to patients. Healthcare businesses are now able to address several key industry challenges, including improving healthcare accessibility and revolutionizing drug development.

3 Ways AI is changing the healthcare sector

In recent years, advances in technology have had a profound impact on the healthcare industry. For instance, artificial intelligence (AI) is helping medical professionals streamline service delivery to patients. Here are some of the ways that AI is transforming the healthcare sector.

Why healthcare needs cloud computing

We’re long past the time when healthcare entities could justify being hesitant about cloud computing. It has surpassed on-site IT in terms of reliability and security if you know how to manage it properly. Just take a look at all the business benefits of cloud computing!
Easy information access
The increasing demand for doctors’ time means they have less time to review patient records.

Make sure you get the right EMR system

Medical professionals should always strive to give the utmost care to their patients, not only through proper diagnosis and treatment but with the best ancillary healthcare services as well. These are improved by the use of electronic medical records (EMRs). EMRs eliminate paper charts by digitally storing patients' medical history and treatment.