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Johns Hopkins Engineer Honored by 'MIT Technology Review' as Top Young Innovator

Johns Hopkins Engineer Honored by 'MIT Technology Review' as Top Young Innovator

Muyinatu A. Lediju Bell, who will be speaking at Intelligent Automation in Healthcare, is a Johns Hopkins engineering professor who designs medical imaging systems that link light, sound, and robotics to produce clearer pictures, was honored today by MIT Technology Review, which placed her on its prestigious 2016 list of 35 Innovators Under 35. The list annually spotlights the nation's most promising young scientists.The magazine recognized Bell for her innovative work in the fields of biotechnology and medicine. She is one of nine "Inventors" on the list who are "building the stuff of the future."

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Robots in Your Back Office?

Robots in Your Back Office?

We’re not talking about R2D2 processing your invoices and paying your bills!

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New to RPA? First List Your Basic Requirements

New to RPA? First List Your Basic Requirements

Ascension's Discovery team conducted extensive research of available options after first developing a list of RPA basic requirements. For them, the automated solution needed: 1. Auditing capability 2. Centralized task management and security 3. Ease-of-use 4. A short ramp-up time to begin development 5. Live monitoring and exception notification ability 6. User-enabled report customization

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Beyond “Doing” Something Cognitive: Taking a Systemic Approach

Beyond “Doing” Something Cognitive: Taking a Systemic Approach

When it comes to adoption of cognitive technology, some of the leading companies are progressing rapidly from the pilot project phase to the production application phase. Those on the sidelines would do well to move from interest to adoption of this impressive group of technologies.

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The Benefits that a Digital Healthcare System Could Bring Aren't Out of Reach

The Benefits that a Digital Healthcare System Could Bring Aren't Out of Reach

We know that changing demographic trends, an aging population and rising rates of chronic illnesses are creating huge demand for health care and social care services. Given the sophistication of 21st-century technology, how could our health care system be changed to better cope with the population it serves?

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Rolling Out Hospital Automation to Improve Patient Safety: Q&A with Serene Chin

Rolling Out Hospital Automation to Improve Patient Safety: Q&A with Serene Chin

Technological advancement brings along greater accessibility to big data as well as new and sometimes costly eHealth solutions. Subsequently, IT project risk management and governance, benefits realization and improved stakeholder engagement are necessary for successful project delivery. In this interview Serene Chin, Deputy Director, Integrated Health Information Systems and SingHealth CIO. Serene shares details of the outpatient automation and integrated health information systems at the KK Women's and Children's Hospital in Singapore, and also delves into the challenges, benefits and limitations of healthcare digitization.

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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Will Drive Next Wave of Digital Innovation

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Will Drive Next Wave of Digital Innovation

Here are 3 emerging examples of how artificial intelligence could have a major impact on consumer healthcare in the near future. What they all share is the potential to solve a common problem consumers report: what to do when they face certain everyday health issues.

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First Digital Pill Approved to Worries About Biomedical ‘Big Brother’

First Digital Pill Approved to Worries About Biomedical ‘Big Brother’

The New York Times recently released an article on the Food and Drug Administration and how for first time ever they have approved a digital pill. This pill is embedded with a sensor that can tell doctors whether, and when, patients take their medicine. This marks a significant advance in the growing field of digital devices designed to monitor medicine-taking and to address the expensive, longstanding problem that millions of patients do not take drugs as prescribed. 

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6 Real World Use Cases for Robotic Process Automation

6 Real World Use Cases for Robotic Process Automation

It’s clear that Robotic Process Automation has the potential to add substantial value and improve customer outcomes - and the concept of Virtual Workers operating as part of a blended human and machine workforce is here to stay. To learn about the six proven RPA use cases and how they deliver value, download this free whitepaper. 

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5 Actions Successful CIOs Will Take Before 2018

5 Actions Successful CIOs Will Take Before 2018

IA in Healthcare speaker, Evren Eryurek, Technical Director, CTO Office; Google Cloud Platform at Google, Inc. was recently featured in an article created by Google Cloud. Evren Eryurek was one of a few technical directors from Google Cloud's Office of the CTO who were asked to share some words of wisdom with fellow IT leaders. Read this article to learn the 5 specific actions successful CIOs need to take to prepare for the future.