COVID 19 Coronavirus Pioneering Tech For Uncertain Times – COVID-19 Accelerates AI Adoption In Healthcare

COVID-19 has ushered in a period of struggle and uncertainty for people, businesses, and industries everywhere – but it’s also forced them to seek and embrace innovative new tools and solutions that can help through the pandemic and beyond.

  • Why Patient Identity Management Is Key To ACO Success, COVID Response

    Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are playing a critical role in supporting their communities in the face of the pandemic. ACOs have diverted significant tools and resources to identify high-risk populations, expand telehealth services, and provide post-acute care management for COVID-19 positive patients.

  • A Better Solution To Healthcare’s Sleep Imperative

    Bringing together the best of technology and personalized medicine to improve clinical outcomes.

  • Holding The Board Accountable In The Age Of COVID

    For years, healthcare organizations have been the targets of cyberattacks because of the valuable data they control and their imperative to focus their spending on patient care and operations. Now, when nations are looking to these organizations to both heal a pandemic-stricken populace while also extending telehealth services to treat other medical issues, they are even more vulnerable to opportunistic threat actors. Healthcare is—now more than ever—a critical infrastructure service, and we call on Congress to provide regulatory guidance requiring healthcare company boards of directors to be accountable for cybersecurity oversight.

  • Amidst The Pandemic, IT Teams Turn To The Cloud To Protect Patient Data

    The challenges facing healthcare during COVID-19 are more than biological. Already on the ropes due to the coronavirus, healthcare providers are weathering a perfect storm, as hackers take advantage of the commotion and ramp up their attack frequency and sophistication.

  • As Virtual Care Surges, Pharma Organizations Need To Reimagine Patient And Provider Engagement Strategies

    We’ve all seen the headlines about the tsunami of growth expected to hit telehealth and virtual delivery of care. Recent events related to COVID-19 have certainly been one key market driver, however, explorations into the use of telehealth and telemedicine have been steadily increasing for more than two decades.

  • Why The Future Of Remote Patient Monitoring Is The Future Of Healthcare

    Healthcare providers were no stranger to telehealth offerings when COVID-19 arrived in the United States this past spring. In fact, between 2016 and 2019, healthcare practitioner adoption of telehealth services jumped from 14 percent to 28 percent. The pandemic, however, has shown that the ability to provide remote consultative services must now be a core capability for providers.