medical record industry growth trends

Medical record industry growth trends

This List covers trend insights about the future of medical record industry growth, insights curated between 2018 to 2020, including related topics such as electronic records and data empowered patients.

This List covers trend insights about the future of medical record industry growth, insights curated between 2018 to 2020, including related topics such as electronic records and data empowered patients.

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Last updated: 10 October 2020

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What the hospitals of the future look like
Wall Street Journal
The sprawling institutions we know are radically changing—becoming smaller, more digital, or disappearing completely. The result should be cheaper and better care.
Why Google DeepMind wants your medical records
Google has made headlines for its forays into healthcare but what is its ultimate goal?
What to expect as a patient in the high-tech world of modern surgery
Health Natural Guide
Surgery is one of the many fields that has continued to evolve alongside technology. New machines have led to improved surgical procedures, less down time for patients, less waiting and more medical center visits. Given the numerous developments that have occurred over the past ten years,
Google's DeepMind plans bitcoin-style health record tracking for hospitals
The Guardian
Tech company’s health subsidiary planning digital ledger based on blockchain to let hospitals, the NHS and eventually patients track personal data
Google's deep learning system aims to tame electronic health records
Google is using a deep learning system to navigate electronic health records without the data wrangling.
Switch to electronic health records tied to fewer hospital deaths
Hospitals that switch from paper to electronic health records may eventually see lower death rates than they had before, but a U.S. study also suggests that fatalities may first increase as the transition gets underway.
Smart health communities and the future of health
Expanded connectivity and the exponential growth of technology are enabling smart health communities, which could offer a modern take on community-based well-being and disease prevention.
HHS releases final interoperability rules
Modern Healthcare
The CMS and HHS' Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology have revealed details of their final plans to revamp how providers, insurers and patients exchange health data, more than a year after they were first proposed.
HHS' final interoperability rules standardize APIs for patient health data access through apps
CMS-regulated payers will begin supporting HL7 FHIR APIs next year, allowing third-party developers to include claims data and other patient health information in their apps.
Who profits from the health datasets of patients?
Critics are raising questions about the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us medical dataset program.
Health care’s huge cybersecurity problem
The Verge
Reports show that ransomware and other cyberattacks are on the rise — and health care is one of the biggest targets. Despite the rising threat, the vast majority of hospitals and physicians are unprepared to handle cybersecurity threats, even though they pose a major public health problem.
Blockchain technology in healthcare: its uses and implications
With blockchain technology in health care, there will be no need for an administrator, which will be erased by smart cryptography.
Yes, Google's using your healthcare data – and it's not alone
Computer World
There's a multi-billion dollar industry built around collecting healthcare data and anonymizing it so it can be used for research; it's perfectly legal.
Data-driven care: why pharmacy needs to get involved
Pharmaceutical Journal
Access to data will transform the NHS — it’s time pharmacists got to grips with clinical informatics, says Andrew Davies.
Made in Ireland: A hub for medtech
Med-Tech Innovation News
Laura Hughes, MPN editor, describes her recent trip to Med in Ireland and learned why the country is considered a hub for the medtech industry.