Patient data is valuable for providing care, but it's also valuable to another, less savoury contingent: cybercriminals.
As a result of the COVID-19-related lockdown in Melbourne, HealthData21 will be delivered in a virtual format over three days: on 15, 18 and 22 June.
HealthData21 has been deferred until June 2021 and will be delivered online.
Healthcare organisations can address cybersecurity risks by implementing agile storage solutions that integrate data and maintain security, availability and performance.
Healthcare providers need to take the next step and capitalise on the opportunity to leverage data generated by new technologies.
Researchers at the CDC have used patient data stored in the Oracle-developed v-safe system to understand the impact of COVID-19 vaccinations on pregnant women.
With better understanding of AI and machine learning, and investment in interoperability and data-cleansing solutions, the gap between expectations and reality will shrink.
Researchers at New York University have come up with a preliminary AI tool that can predict where and when an outbreak might take place.
Data has proven key to enabling organisations to become more productive and efficient, all while improving the standard of care for patients.
A new strategic partnership is seeing SAS Analytics combining with Microsoft's Azure to open up new possibilities in healthcare.
Contact Harald is a contact tracing card solution that combines Bluetooth and wearable tech to support COVID-safe plans.
South Western Sydney Primary Health Network's iRAD project has enabled healthcare organisations to share patient-consented health records across the continuum of care.
Auburn Hospital Antenatal Service implemented the Baby Steps program to address worryingly low numbers of women attending antenatal care.
Movember is launching a bumper network of prostate cancer patient registries, set to transform treatment and care of the disease.
A collaborative trend across the healthcare and life science sectors sees teamwork between public and private organisations, providers, researchers, tech vendors and even competitors.