21 mars

En seulement quelques années, le cloud s’est imposé pour les acteurs de la santé comme une nécessité. Que peut-on aujourd’hui attendre de cette technologie ? Maddyness fait le point avec Emmanuel Meyrieux, chef de projet conformité OVH Healthcare. Depuis plusieurs années, le cloud fait partie intégrante de votre quotidien. Il permet des choses variées, comme la sauvegarde de vos contacts téléphoniques et...

All roads lead to digital today. Digital technology has become the foundation for everything we do and exists in almost all sectors. However, there is agreement around the world that healthcare is at least a decade behind other industries in thoroughly using this technology. According to PWC research , ‘Digital IQ’ is a company’s acumen at understanding, valuing, and weaving technology throughout the enterprise. While the healthcare industry has a relatively low score of 65%,...

In just two months, Stanford will welcome academics, industry professionals and big data enthusiasts to its seventh annual Big Data in Precision Health conference. The conference will be held May 22-23 at the Stanford University School of Medicine. It will showcase advances in precision health — a personalized approach that stresses predicting, preventing and treating disease by utilizing technology and data science, as well as relationships with caregivers. The conference will feature...

Healthcare companies have been storing data for numerous reasons. Many pharmaceutical companies are acknowledging the fact that big data analytics can be an asset in reducing costs in healthcare research, development, and manufacturing. Healthcare companies are experiencing rapid growth in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools as the market for AI in drug development has ballooned up to $ 700 million. The biggest reason for the upsurge in demand for intelligent tolls is the efficient...

20 mars

Selon un rapport de la société de conseil et de recherche économique, Global Market Insights, le marché mondial de la santé numérique pourrait passer de 86,4 Mds $ en 2018 à 504,4 Mds $ en 2025. Évalué à 86,4 Mds $ en 2018, le marché de la e-santé pourrait atteindre 504,4 Mds $ en 2025, avec un taux de croissance annuel moyen (TCAC) de 29,6 % à partir de 2019. C’est ce que prévoit un rapport...

Regina Barzilay wasn’t looking to study cancer. She had made a name for herself as an artificial intelligence (AI) researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge,...

19 mars

The following is a guest blog post by Randy Gunther, SVP Operations and Portfolio Management at Atos. As HIMSS 2019 kicked off in February, I had the opportunity to discuss cybersecurity with two focus groups at CHIME.  The focus groups were made up of 15 healthcare CIOs, CTOs, CISOs and IT Directors representing a strong […]

18 mars

Créée en mai 2018, Wedata a conçu Avatar, un logiciel utilisant l’intelligence artificielle pour rendre anonyme les données sensibles tout particulièrement dans le domaine de la santé en recréant des avatars d’individus. Il rend impossible le recoupage des données permettant d’identifier une personne existante. De ce fait, Wedata rend possible l’exploitation massive des données personnelles devenues anonymes...

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