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Medical imaging equipment market poised for growth
The market was valued at US$30 million in 2017, and the value will increment at a CAGR of 4.6% up to 2025.
SAS rallying analytics experts to fight the opioid epidemic
This group is one example of how analytics can be used to solve serious societal issues.
Accenture: Young Aussies driving digital healthcare market
Millennial and Gen Z consumers are paving the way for non-traditional care models, an Accenture study finds.
Innodisk launces AIoT solution for the medical field
One of the challenges of AIoT is keeping tabs on the many devices involved in the system.
How Cognizant aims to digitally transform the clinical trial protocol process
“We are firmly focused on delivering transformational products that adopt digital technologies to drive efficiencies throughout an organisation."
Australians unsure of who is responsible for the safety of their information
According to a recent survey conducted by SOTI, Australians are increasingly concerned about the security of their health records.
How AI is changing the medical industry
With NVIDIA Clara, developers can speed up their medical imaging applications and implement AI.
How big data can revolutionise NZ’s hospitals
Miya Precision is being used across 17 wards and the emergency department at Palmerston North Hospital.
HPE and Jungla partner to bring AI medical care to patients
HPE is collaborating with researchers in life sciences and clinical medicine to explore AI technology’s potential to transform multiple areas of the industry.
AI solutions offering strategic advantages today
Lenovo reveals the potential of AI for business.
What if IT downtime could impact lives?
Ensuring that each and every one of these devices is running 24/7 is crucial to preventing delays in patient treatment.
Orion Health releases cloud-based Rhapsody Integration Engine with AWS
“As demands on healthcare IT systems increase, improving financial performance remains a priority for most public and private health organisations."