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Sensors are here to stay: Impact on traditional patient monitorsJanuary 07, 2019Patient care is shifting from curative to preventative care, with investment heavily placed on limiting avoidable adverse events. Patient diagnosis is happening earlier to reduce the impact to the patient, and the subsequent cost to the provider. It is believed that by focusing on monitoring key health indicators, earlier diagnosis will ultimately reduce healthcare expenditure on non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which may have previously gone unnoticed until they required major and costly treatment. Patients are becoming much more involved in the decisions surrounding their own care paths.
A.I. in medical imaging… a must-have, whatever it is.December 11, 2018One might think new technology that holds the promise to reduce medical costs, improve diagnoses, and raise patient comfort would make for exciting conversations in the medical imaging industry. Instead, the mere mention of A.I. today causes frequent and dismissive eye-rolls. A.I. is a term that has been coopted by cooperate marketing machines that is now so vague as to be virtually meaningless.
MEDICA 2018 Brief – A change is comingDecember 03, 2018IHS Markit recently attended the world’s largest medical trade fair in Dusseldorf, Germany. With an attendance of over 120,000 visitors, the buzz around all things medical was very clear. Attendees ranged from healthcare professionals with a vested interest in learning more about innovative technologies, to dealers looking to establish relationships with new manufacturers.
Patient monitoring: Any signs of a pulse?December 03, 2018There has been a shift change in the patient monitor market, with innovation focused on improving cost efficiency, work-flow, and coverage of patient status. The continual push to monitor a patient status throughout the treatment pathway has increased demand for low-acuity monitoring. This has been further compounded by the increased throughput of patients, in addition to treatment in an ambulatory or outpatient setting. The new IHS Markit ‘Patient Monitors Report – 2018’ outlines the key technological trends in the market, and their subsequent impact on market growth and competitive environment.
Cyber security: Baby steps to ensure the healthcare industry NeverCriesMay 24, 2018As the clinical benefits of a digital healthcare system unfold and spread throughout the world, securing healthcare systems and patient information has never been more important, especially in the face of growing cyber-security threats and attacks.
Disruptive innovation and transformative tech ruled at HLTHMay 21, 2018With the spotlight trained on new buzzword mechanisms like blockchain and augmented intelligence, disruptive innovation and transformative technologies in healthcare were the subjects of lively debate and discussion at this year’s HLTH conference. Held for four days in early May in Las Vegas, HLTH presented an expansive forum for healthcare professionals, companies, and policymakers to discuss new advances and challenges confronting the healthcare ecosystem. Drawing representation from the healthcare continuum, such as health payment and delivery, the event also offered insights into how the industry could leverage ongoing disruption toward providing next-generation healthcare.
ECR 2018 Brief: AI – what is it? Augmented, adaptive, or artificial?March 27, 2018There was heightened buzz around the topic of AI at the 24th European Congress of Radiology, with many vendors citing the integration of data through AI as the next big trend – but what’s new? AI has been discussed at the show for several years, and each year there is more and more uncertainty around its integration into medical devices.
Healthcare attracts many big tech names at HIMSS 2018March 22, 2018While healthcare as a vertical is not new for most of the world’s largest companies, their brand presence within the industry is significantly increasing. Of course this includes GE, Philips, and Siemens, but also Amazon, Google, and Microsoft for cloud (among other services), Cisco for wireless infrastructure, Qualcomm for electronic vitals capturing, Verizon for patient connectivity to health-related environments, IBM for advanced analytics, and Uber for mobility. And while not exhibiting, Apple should also be included for work on Health Kit, the Cerner collaboration for extending EHR access, and now AC Wellness.
In 2018, Analytics and AI in Healthcare Look to Take Center StageJanuary 04, 2018The 103rd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) brought together over 50,000 attendees at Chicago’s McCormick Place from November 26th to December 1st, 2017. Companies of all sizes brought their A game to the exhibit floor with leading companies showcasing gargantuan booths filled with the latest and greatest medical imaging technologies.
Integration, Analytics, and Empowerment: Highlights from MGMA17October 30, 2017The Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2017 annual conference held in Anaheim, CA, from October 8th to 11th brought together over 1,500+ medical practices and 1,600+ members. The conference’s theme of empowerment urged member practices to vote with their dollars as they navigate the labyrinth of ever-changing regulations while providing the best care for patients and managing the business aspects of healthcare delivery.
Using Econometrics to Predict Medical Device Purchasing TrendsSeptember 12, 2017In healthcare, econometrics can be used to describe anything from healthcare infrastructure to return on investment, but in this brief, econometrics will be in reference to healthcare infrastructure. In regards to medical devices, econometrics provides a parameter, or structure, within which the purchasing of medical devices occurs; however, penetration of markets and external factors such as political, economic, regulatory shifts have a subsequent effect on the dynamics and volume of purchasing.
Vendor neutral study volumes to reach 7.2 billion during 2021April 13, 2017Many vendor neutral archive (VNA) products are evolving to add functionality that enables advanced workflow capabilities on top of storage and disaster recovery. As data becomes increasingly important to healthcare systems, VNA platforms are bringing together disparate patient information silos to form a more complete longitudinal medical record.
Automated Means to a Connected End: Highlights from the American College of Cardiology Conference 2017March 28, 2017Enterprise platforms and the provision of real-time, business intelligence analytics are two main highlights observed at the American College of Cardiology Conference this year.
New mobile and FPD market entrants – Highlights from RSNA 2016December 05, 2016The opening of the doors to RSNA once again marks the nearing of the end of another busy year in the healthcare technology industry. 2016 has been a year of mergers and acquisitions, changing business names, changes in reimbursement, and political mayhem.
MACRA, Telemedicine and Walmart - The ATA Fall Forum 2016October 07, 2016The themes of the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) 2016 Fall Forum were familiar, but discussed with increased optimism as the long anticipated evolution from traditional healthcare to more efficient provision is well under way. Some of these themes included EMR integration, healthcare as an international business, increased consumer awareness (Walmart and other direct-to-consumer models), innovation from third party vendors, and the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
CES 2016: Does your state support innovation?January 19, 2016The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), continues to advance its agenda to support growth and development in the technology sector. To this end, a billboard positioned in one of the main lobbies was eye catching. It announced the creation of a “State Innovation Scorecard.”
Time to Mature: What is next for Medical Enterprise Imaging?December 11, 2015The annual RSNA conference at McCormick Place had similar themes to last year’s show, with most vendors keeping their focus on familiar topics, including the need for continued innovation beyond the radiology department, greater interoperability and the expansion of cloud technology in healthcare. Discussion concerning medical enterprise imaging also remained relatively unchanged from last year’s conference, though this may be a sign of where market focus will be directed over the next few years.
Three Key Themes at the KronosWorks 2015 ConferenceNovember 24, 2015An estimated 1,800 guests attended this year’s KronosWorks, looking to hear about the latest products from Kronos Inc. as well as the vendor’s general expectations for human capital management (HCM) technology moving forward.
Cognitive Computing in HealthcareNovember 19, 2015The stigma around using artificial intelligence has led to the term ‘cognitive computing’. As excitement and, quite frankly, the need for data mining and analysis engines grows, it is being viewed differently by the healthcare community. There are two reasons why cognitive computing will be welcomed in the healthcare market.