Tag: 2016

Editorial, News, Research

CRISPR technology on the verge of ethics

August 11, 2017

Via: Kelly Redmond

Biotech companies that operate in genome editing are on a rush to keep pace with the way this technology is gaining momentum. Although the core of this genetic engineering technique is still highly disputable from an ethical point of view, […]


Healthcare Innovation: How 2016 trends are already evolving

June 24, 2016

Via: HealthcareITnews

In my previous article, I identified four trends indicative of the coming surge in healthcare innovation and shift to value-based care. Delving deeper into those drivers of innovation, we have already witnessed examples and proof that the trends for 2016 […]

Editorial, News

Seven healthcare trends in 2016 – can you guess the most important?

May 30, 2016

Via: Kelly Redmond

Although healthcare IT seems to hardly catch its breath between one data breach and the other, with ransomware lurking at the horizon, the professionals need to prepare for the emerging  healthcare trends that will soon shake the medical system – […]

Med Tech

How 2015 will shape 2016 in health IT

March 23, 2016

Via: Healthcarebusinesstech

Health information technology is constantly evolving, and the obstacles and opportunities that shaped 2015 will affect 2016. Five key health IT trends that had the greatest impact on the industry in 2015 were security, moving to the cloud, a focus […]

Med Tech

Top 5 Health IT Solutions Hospitals Plan to Adopt in 2016

January 28, 2016

Via: HitConsultant

In a newly released report from HIMSS Analytics examines the changes in a hospitals’ buying intent from 2014 through 2015. The report identified the following top 5 technologies hospitals plan to adopt in 2016: 1. CPOE 2. Physician Documentation 3. […]