Browsing articles tagged with " Telemedicine"
Sep
8
2011

IT innovation can help to bring the healthcare industry to the next level.

The adoption of IT in the healthcare industry is speeding up, driven in part by cloud computing, according to Asia-based healthcare IT solutions provider iSOFT Health Asia. iSOFT Health Asia general manager Dr Timothy Nam said the healthcare industry has been slower than other sectors in adopting IT solutions. “Having to manage, as well as maintain, healthcare’s legacy systems and upkeep its traditional best practices, many called the health sector extremely backward. In fact, quite [...]

Sep
6
2011

5 Critical Success Factors for Selecting a Healthcare Data Center

Healthcare thought leader, Nav Ranajee, introduces a new white paper entitled “Healthcare Information Technology – 5 Critical Success Factors for Selecting a Healthcare Data Center.” The white paper, presented by CoreLink Data Centers, describes the top factors Healthcare Information Technology leaders must consider in their data center selection planning. Are You Prepared for Exponential Growth of Digital Data? After decades of being a paper oriented industry there is a movement to adopt new technologies such [...]

Jul
11
2011

Technology Trends in Tele-Medicine

Telemedicine can be defined as interactive healthcare or transferring medical information using modern telecommunications. The use of communications and information technologies for the delivery of clinical care can be used by the pharmaceutical industry to improve therapeutic efficacy and compliance. Telehealth is reference to both [clinical and non-clinical services which include medical procedures but can also include education, administration and research. “Those of us in the field of tele-medicine have long known that it is [...]

Jul
5
2011

Global Telemedicine Market Analysis:Research Report

As per our new research report “Global Telemedicine Market Analysis”, rural areas in most of the countries face various problems in the provision of medical services and health care, including funds, expertise, and resources. To meet this challenge, the governments and private health care providers are making use of existing resources and the benefits of modern technology. Besides, with limited medical expertise and resources, telecommunication services have the potential to provide a solution to some [...]

Jun
8
2011

Telemedicine Implementation:20 percent decline in patient deaths during its trial period niersity at Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center

As global healthcare reform continues to change approaches to providing quality care, research has shown that implementing telemedicine models in the hospital setting can achieve desirable results. In a recent report, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) outlined ways in which the technology is addressing healthcare challenges, as well as telemedicine’s barriers and recommendations for overcoming them. In the report, titled “Telemedicine: An Essential Technology for Reformed Healthcare,” Freddy Lykke, managing director of CSC Scandihealth in Denmark, [...]