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Life Image launches FHIR-based app for medical images

The Geisinger-led Keystone Health Information Exchange launched a cutting-edge imaging app based on the FHIR standard to make it easier to share imaging data across the HIE.

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Role of AI in healthcare applications is more aggressive, invasive

AI has proved successful in radiology for disease detection, but most early applications are in nonclinical areas like back-office automation and medication development.

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AI expands imaging, analytics role in healthcare

Computer vision, deep learning and automation are making greater inroads into radiology, robot-assisted surgeries, virtual nursing assistants and fraud detection.

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How hiring ethical hackers can help healthcare organizations

They say if you can't beat them, join them. That's the approach some organizations take to hacking -- let the hackers come to them.

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    Life Image launches FHIR-based app for medical images

    The Geisinger-led Keystone Health Information Exchange launched a cutting-edge imaging app based on the FHIR standard to make it easier to share imaging data across the HIE.

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    Ransomware attack hits healthcare IT consultancy

    An IT services vendor is the latest ransomware victim in an attack that has affected roughly 110 nursing homes and acute care facilities.

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    ONC, CMS rules one step away from finalization

    As proposed interoperability and information blocking rules from ONC and CMS are reviewed by the Office of Management and Budget, the healthcare community expresses more concern about patient data security.

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