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How Healthcare Organizations Can Build Their Immunity to Cybersecurity Attacks

When it comes to cybersecurity threats, the healthcare industry is a major target for nefarious actors. According to Merlin International and the Ponemon Institute’s study, 2018 Impact of Cyber Insecurity on Healthcare Organizations, this field accounted for as much as 23% of all data breaches last year (and resulted in the exposure of over five million sensitive patient records). While humans have been highly successful in developing vaccines for a number of diseases, securing IT infrastructure continues to be a huge challenge.

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Connected Devices for Health and Wellness: Improving Quality of Life

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How Machine Learning Will Change Healthcare

The healthcare industry plays a critical role in our society, so it’s no surprise that it has been actively adopting the latest technologies.

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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.

How to Embed Big Data Talent In Healthcare IT Teams

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.

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Intersog has just become a media partner of research2guidance, a Germany-based research and consultancy company specialized in mobile app economy.

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