5 Ways Smart Technology is Improving Healthcare

5 Ways Smart Technology is Improving Healthcare

The advancement of Internet of Things (IoT) and smart medical technology is continuing to break barriers and enhance patient healthcare. Here are five examples of the ways smart technology is improving healthcare, currently in use today: Decreased wait times at the emergency room We’ve all experienced, or at least heard someone else’s experience, of a …

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Google’s Verily sets out to Squash the Zika Mosquito Population

Hanging out in the backyard in the summertime was hard enough when mosquitoes crashed the party. With the new species of mosquito that carries the Zika virus, these pests have risen to the level of a deadly threat. The Aedes aegypti mosquito is one of thousands of species of this pesky insect, but this particular …

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IoT Security Risks: 4 Steps to Create a Cyber Risk Management Plan

  Welcome back to the second installment in our series on IoT security risks. In part 1, we discussed the security vulnerabilities associated with embedded devices that are connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). Today, we will explore the cyber risks that your organization may face and address some proactive steps that you can …

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Machine Learning is Driving Healthcare Advances

When it comes to the quality of patient care, we can’t ignore any source that provides viable insights. Machine learning is one such source…and it’s driving healthcare advances by offering diagnostic help that analyzes big data. Unsure what machine learning is? Click to learn more. How machine learning is used in healthcare: Cancer Research Cancer …

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What is machine learning—and why does it matter?

I’m fascinated with the power and potential of big data. Technology has enabled us to gather vast amounts of data. Then what happens? We analyze it to see patterns and shape predictions that can help us make better business decisions. Machine learning is an essential complement to big data. This type of artificial intelligence expedites …

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Wanted: More Women Technology Leaders

Women now comprise 57% of the professional workforce.    We’re a majority. Well, not everywhere. Women in technology represent a small minority. In fact, the number of women working in computer and math fields has actually decreased from a mere 28.8% to an even smaller 26.1% between 2003 and 2012—in spite of the growth that …

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What’s different about a healthcare scanner?

  One of the biggest changes I’ve seen in the healthcare field is the introduction of technology into everyday applications. Every single wristband a patient wears has a barcode on it with patient information. This is used for patient tracking, medicine dispensing and records management. All of these barcodes need to be scanned and this …

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IoT

Smooth Your Path to the IoT

For the consumer, the Internet of Things (IoT) means you can remotely turn down your thermostat, refill your prescription, and make sure your dog isn’t stirring up mischief at home—all from your phone, while sitting in a meeting, and no one there knows what you’re doing. (Hint: They’re doing pretty much the same thing.) Sociologist …

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Barcode Scanners from High Density to Extended Range

When I started working here, I had no idea about the different scanning ranges offered on various barcode scanners and why different options were required. My assumption brought me to believe that the scanner or imager would simply work at any close range and scanning items at a distance was simply not in the cards. …

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Cyberthreats 2016: How can you protect your business?

The average cost of a data breach was $3.8 million in 2015. This is a 23% rise in just two years, according to an IBM report—$154 per record. Healthcare pays a higher price, estimated at $363 per record, because the data in a medical record is more extensive than that associated with a credit card. …

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