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Machine learning, AI, telemedicine and other technologies will pose data security risks, says Dr. John Halamka

BOSTON, Mass. – Healthcare is at the cusp of transformative change, and in few areas is this more manifest than in data security, with the next several years seeing the accelerated proliferation of aggregated data, machine learning, telemedicine and heath-enabled mobile devices. There’s great opportunity here, but also more risk, as hackers and malicious actors… Read More »

Macadamian, Radiobotics, and Bispebjerg Hospital Partner on AI Solution for Radiology: Interview

While the number of clinical data points available per patient continues to increase exponentially, the number of providers and specialists available to interpret that data fails to keep pace. As a result, technology-driven automation is becoming more important to quickly assess and triage patients as new information becomes available. One clinical area where this disparity… Read More »

Viewpoints: Cutting Food Stipends Is Like Taking Away Medicine; Is 2019 The Year ‘The Shot Heard Round The World’ For Alzheimer’s?

Opinion writers weigh in on these health issues and others. Los Angeles Times: Trump Cuts Poverty Food Stipends Just Before Christmas  In a rare moment of bipartisanship, Congress rejected President Trump’s efforts on last year’s farm bill to impose new food stamp restrictions that would have cut benefits for more than a million needy people.… Read More »