Healthcare has a secrecy problem.
From the days when patients could barely catch a sideways look at their records to the inscrutable pricing information of today, the clarity necessary for understanding have been chronically elusive for consumers in the healthcare industry.
How can we expect patients to manage their health if we keep hiding everything from them?
Whether an organization’s analytics reporting is simple or complex, all analytics professionals ultimately want to ensure the right person has the right data at the right time.
Healthcare has a secrecy problem. From the days when patients could barely catch a sideways look at their records to the inscrutable pricing information of today, the clarity necessary for understanding has been chronically elusive for consumers in the healthcare industry. How can we expect patients to manage their health if we keep hiding everything from them?
Ransomware is the number-one threat that concerns cybersecurity professionals in the healthcare sector. And for good reason. Ryuk, just one ransomware variant, has been linked to more than 200 attacks impacting hundreds of thousands of patients and costing providers hundreds of millions of dollars.
In this excerpt from a recent Journal of AHIMA article, Shannon Houser and R. Jeffrey Harris discuss the special skill sets needed when working with machine learning in drug dosing applications.
AHIMA22 Global Conference will be a great opportunity for members to hear from a variety of experts regarding the workforce. There will be top industry leaders providing relevant and realistic takeaways in automation, managing teams in remote environments, and career opportunities.
AHIMA22 Global Conference has top experts on information blocking, electronic health record vendor efforts to protect privacy and achieve interoperability, cyberthreats, and risks associated with the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
AHIMA22 Global Conference is an opportunity to hear from industry experts on topics focused on the impact of health data in the healthcare industry. Look forward to hearing the incredible stories of successes and challenges organizations face in the realm of health data.
We’re experiencing a turning point in healthcare, with consumers finally empowered to make more informed decisions about their health. AHIMA22 includes a focus on consumerism because these sessions offer incredible insight for health leaders to learn about new and emerging technologies and roles in health information that place the patient at the center of it all.