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What Companies Need to Do Next to Protect Patient Data

Jennifer Dionne
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Around 200,000 systems have been hit by the malware WannaCry, resulting in doctors being blocked from gaining access to patient files and forcing emergency rooms to send people away. Despite Microsoft sending out a patch for the vulnerability a few months ago, those unpatched Windows XP and Server 2003 systems were the culprit of the […]

What’s Driving Healthcare IT in Europe and the Middle East

The Best Exotic Marigold Hospital: Hilton Digital Experience

Jennifer Dionne
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The hospitality industry has used digital tools giving guests a greater sense of autonomy, more personal choices and to reduce the “friction” inherent in travel and shopping. This session explores the question: How can healthcare use digital tools and the lessons from the hotel and retail industries to increase patients’ sense of control and personalize […]

What’s Driving Healthcare IT in Europe and the Middle East

Leveraging Technology to Provide Value-Based Care

Jennifer Dionne
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Access to data, and the systems to connect and optimize that data, are essential. Although healthcare reform legislation has created new regulations for patient care, implementing IT solutions can help providers change their business strategy to accommodate these mandates. Technology for healthcare can also increase productivity, eliminate inefficiencies, and streamline operations. “Healthcare providers should leverage […]

What’s Driving Healthcare IT in Europe and the Middle East

Better Healthcare Through Technology

Jennifer Dionne
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Improving Patient Outcomes with More Personal & Responsive Care The digital revolution that has transformed business, education, entertainment, and many aspects of daily life is also transforming the healthcare industry. Ongoing advances in technology are making healthcare more personal and responsive, and improving the quality of patient outcomes. For example, technology is making it easier […]

What’s Driving Healthcare IT in Europe and the Middle East