Jan
11

The Promise of Big Data in Diabetes Management

Diabetes is a major public health issue affecting more than 400 million people worldwide. In 2012 diabetes was the direct cause of 1.5 million deaths and high blood glucose was the cause of another 2.2 million deaths according to the World Health Organization…

Jan
9

Archiving EMR Data for Accessibility and Compliance

As healthcare organizations face increasing data retention and control requirements, they are realizing the business value of patients’ historical medical data. This rapid progression of healthcare IT demands has created a challenging environment for the use of medical data archiving today. Managing these…

Jan
7

Digital Health Changes the Hospital Landscape

The adoption of digital transformations will be reflected in a new healthcare landscape. By removing the need for a patient and provider to be in the same location, new care options will be available to service the patient’s needs wherever and whenever they…

Jan
5

Emergence of Healthcare Data Lake

The advancements of digital transformation have arrived at such a time when healthcare organizations are working their way around to improve the efficiency of their electronic health record (EHR). Thus, healthcare organizations need to discover new ways to detect at-risk patients, reduce adverse…

Jan
3

Cognitive Computing: Healthcare’s Next Big Wave

The potential of cognitive computing is driving investment and interest in the field of technology and its application applies all over: for instance, it has empowered self-directed vehicles, marketers are utilizing it to better comprehend and focus on their audiences, and investors are…

Dec
30

Enhancing Clinical Trial in the Digital Era with AI

The healthcare industry is itself a universe. Yet, it has been quite slow to embrace the power of data to increase outcomes and realize the potential of today’s digital technologies. Now is the time to bring changes to the healthcare industry. What we…

Dec
28

AI Enhances Clinical Trial Enrollment

Clinical trials allow pharmaceutical companies to bring new drugs and therapies to market by testing treatment options on a select group of patients in a controlled setting before they are approved. They are the first phase of a lengthy and expensive process of…

Dec
27

AI Changes Evidence-Based Medicine 

The sheer (and ever-growing) amount of scientific evidence available makes it nearly impossible for healthcare providers to keep up with the latest trials and studies in their field. The National Institute of Health reports that only 20% of clinical care is based on…

Dec
23

AI is Changing Clinical Trial Enrollment

Clinical trials represent the forefront of medicine bringing new treatment options to patients and caregivers. Unfortunately, close to 90% of clinical trials fail to meet recruitment goals. This results in expensive delays that often result in early trial termination, or simply the inability…

Dec
18

AI Solving Pharma Challenges

CHALLENGES FACED BY THE PHARMA INDUSTRY For Big Data transformation in the pharmaceutical industry to succeed, organizations must transform to overcome the challenges they face in an ever-changing technological environment. Healthcare’s biggest data challenge is its historical siloed structure resulting from decade-old legacy systems. These disparate…

Copyright 2019 | Scalable Health