HCAS Technology News • January 4, 2018
HHealth industry leaders analyze emerging technology
innovations, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, to determine their long-term investments and business models.
But in the near future, your health system can remain with proven, easily implemented solutions.
In a recent study, “Top of Mind for Top U.S. Health Systems 2018,” the Center for Connected Medicine, in partnership with the Health Management Academy, surveyed executives from 20 major U.S. health systems on their 2018 health information technology priorities. They explored five areas of health IT:
- Consumer-facing technology
- Predictive analytics
- Virtual care
- Artificial Intelligence
Here’s how to apply these areas to your company.
Health Management Academy research director Bryan Clutz, Ph.D., notes that there is a critical cybersecurity talent shortage in healthcare. While he says “trying to find the talent in this space is really difficult,” companies like HCAS are well positioned, in both the short and long term to provide network and cyber security solutions and consulting across the spectrum of healthcare information technology.