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President Trump is to chair a technology council aimed at upgrading US government IT. How many tech leaders are going to step up and advise to ensure this heads in the right direction?
Sharing public health care data sounds straightforward. But when you’re trying to do it visually at massive scale, that’s another matter entirely. At the MariaDB user conference, I got the inside view of how IHME powers its interactive health visualizations from Andrew Ernst. It’s a story of open source tools, including MariaDB ColumnStore, and the attempt to turn data into lasting change.
The advent of cloud computing and the demands of millennials are driving digital transformation in public sector service delivery writes Infor’s Wayne Bobby
Hackensack University Medical Center saw more patients and improved care with a FHIR-powered mobile app, writes Infor Healthcare’s Steve Fanning
Jeremy Hunt has given evidence to the NHS Sustainability Committee, where he said that he has made some “big, bold statements” in the past.
The UK’s largest trades union has warned that CSC job cuts threaten NHS service delivery even as the US services giant expands on its healthcare ambitions.
CityMD fills the gap between regular physicians and critical care. It is expanding fast and needed a system that respond quickly. Workday provided an integrated answer that saves both time and money.
US healthcare processes and healthcare IT is in the technology dark ages. Unremitting complexity, sometimes lethal processes and gross inefficiency are areas where IT can provide cures. Here’s one set of scenarios that illustrate the point.
Trump’s ‘universal healthcare’ plan may be vague but it holds the seeds for revolutionary change. What does this mean for people and systems?
Bridging the gap between developers and business users has been difficult but New Relic has found a way to accomplish that arises out of the way the C-suite is consuming data.