When it comes to cybersecurity threats, the healthcare industry is a major target for nefarious actors.
The digital age has ushered in increased awareness, especially when it comes to one’s health.
Healthcare has always been at the forefront of innovation, so it makes a lot of sense that the industry has been rapidly adopting the Internet of Things (IoT).
In recent years, healthcare institutions have been looking for ways to improve levels of patient care and make better informed clinical decisions.
The healthcare industry plays a critical role in our society, so it’s no surprise that it has been actively adopting the latest technologies.
Several years ago a collaborative initiative of Innlandet Hospital Trust, Dips ASA, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services hired Intersog to build a complex and robust software system to assist with shared decision making in Norway healthcare.
Most of healthcare IT executives are currently heavily focused on the meaningful use of technological solutions such as EHR development, eHealth systems upgrades, telemedicine, ICD-10 that actually overtake other experimental health IT projects, Big Data should still be on top of their priority list in 2016 and beyond, according to Reda Chouffani (@healthcareitguy) from TechTarget.
Intersog has just become a media partner of research2guidance, a Germany-based research and consultancy company specialized in mobile app economy.
Last Saturday, our Intersog team attended InnoTech 2016, one of Ukraine's largest events dedicated to innovations in robotics, digital health, IoT and Big Data.
Check out our eHealth blog for insider report of key Health IT trends and highlights observed at the 2016 HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition being held these days in Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.
Mobile healthcare apps (aka mHealth apps) have become widespread in various aspects of healthcare, largely as an effect of the rapid evolution of 3G and 4G technologies.