The World Health Organization has estimated that there is a global shortfall of approximately 4.3 million doctors and nurses, with poorer countries disproportionately impacted. In the U.S., these shor
A Danish pharma company’s strong customer focus and determined digital drive have important lessons for other businesses.
Providers now have the tools to eliminate manual transfers of information, and their customers are expecting them to modernize operations.
In recent years, technology has been producing more and more novel ways to diagnose and treat illness. Urine tests will soon be able to detect cancer. Smartphone apps can diagnose STIs. Chatbots can p
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Every year the U.S. spends $2.9 trillion in healthcare and you can be rest assured that technology startups are gunning for a piece of that spend. As chatbots become better at sounding like humans, an
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As artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and machine learning systems become better than humans at medicine and cost less, it might even become unethical not to replace people.
Potential use of the technology in medical imaging, diagnostics and precision medicine is hampered because information is trapped in silos.
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McKesson Corp. is developing a new analytics tool that uses advanced algorithms and natural-language processing technologies to help oncologists make sense of 'unstructured' health data.