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Past articles by Reda:

Use of facial recognition in healthcare improves hospital security

Learn how the use of facial recognition in healthcare can improve hospital security by adding an extra layer of authentication to workstations and keeping banned individuals out of the facility. → Read More

Apple's health app may reshape patient engagement

Apple's health app will allow patients to view their personal health records from their iPhones, and could set the stage for other manufacturers to follow suit. → Read More

Big data analytics for healthcare improves patient care, operations

The potential uses of big data analytics for healthcare include near real-time patient feedback and dashboard integration within an EHR. → Read More

Five SQL 2017 improvements you need to know about

As AI capabilities expand, so does demand. The latest improvements to SQL 2017 help bring AI to the enterprise. → Read More

Four uses for artificial intelligence in healthcare

There are several uses for artificial intelligence in healthcare that are gaining popularity, including life coaching and bots acting as personal assistants. → Read More

FHIR encourages innovation in health app development

FHIR encourages health app development by offering an open source platform that easily interacts with health data across different EHRs. → Read More

Population health strategies hinge on data interoperability

Population health strategies demand medical data interoperability. Data sharing with community entities will benefit hospitals. → Read More

Healthcare BI success starts with educating employees

Hospital employees aren't always willing to change their workflows to accommodate a new gadget or system. Learn how to convince them to accept a healthcare BI system. → Read More

ONC's interoperability roadmap lays path for health IT

Improving patient care and lowering costs are the ultimate goals of the ONC's guide to interoperability across the healthcare industry. → Read More

How to prep before installing healthcare cloud services

Considering healthcare cloud services? Make sure you factor in maintenance costs and system performance before making a purchase. → Read More

Universal apps invite thoughts of healthcare utilization

Microsoft is among the vendors pushing the idea of universal apps that uniformly operate across devices. Learn how cross-platform healthcare apps can simplify treatment. → Read More

The top six priorities of a new healthcare CIO

A healthcare CIO jumping to a new organization should first focus on steadying the IT department, with a long-term aim of improving the performance of the entire business. → Read More

Image sharing tested by meaningful use stage 2 criteria

Among the meaningful use stage 2 criteria is a requirement that patients' imaging information be made available to them. → Read More

Security of devices a thorn in the side of mobile radiology

Mobile radiology faces a tougher climb to adoption compared to other sectors of healthcare. Find out why mobile devices and apps can cause headaches for radiologists. → Read More

Five former obstacles healthcare BI can move past

Healthcare BI tools aren't as limited in their processing and reporting capabilities as previously thought. → Read More

Health IT vendors look to cloud for imaging offerings

Providers are slowly warming up to health IT vendors' cloud services, though cost and security concerns remain. → Read More

Faster wireless connections boost mHealth adoption

A speedy Internet connection is a desired feature in most new mobile devices. Learn how physicians can benefit from faster connectivity during the workday. → Read More

Missing chunk of Open Payments data raises concerns

The public availability of physicians' Open Payments data has stirred up worries among supporters due to CMS' mysterious withholding of a portion of the data. → Read More

CMS final rule relaxes 2014 CEHRT standards

Software development and other vendor mishaps are the main provider-reported problems that caused ONC and CMS to adjust 2014 CEHRT rules. → Read More

Will Apple Watch be healthcare's preferred smartwatch?

The Apple Watch has a host of features that could make it a useful health tracking device. How widely it will be used in professional care settings is up for debate. → Read More