News Day – Will Security Scale? RPM, ML, AI and other fun

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News Day – Will Security Scale? RPM, ML, AI and other fun

October 6, 2020

News Day – Will Security Scale? RPM, ML, AI and other fun

October 6, 2020: Healthcare technology has skyrocketed in terms of reducing patient touch points. AI, machine learning and remote patient monitoring tools are more accessible than ever before. Number one rule of thumb; focus on the workflow first, technology second. Cyber attacks and data breaches are happening every day. Who is the leader currently disrupting the security industry? What is their strategy? How can small health systems protect themselves? And Bill asks the question, could you map out the current state of healthcare in your organization? What about the future of it? What are the characteristics of the workflows? The locus of care? What about interactions with the patients? How are you doing with governance? How do you plan to take care of your data? Is the magic answer “algorithms”? We also look at the Chief Digital Officer versus Chief Information Officer. Can current healthcare issues be solved by hiring someone from a big tech company like Disney, Amazon or Apple? 

Key Points:

  • University of Minnesota, Epic build new AI tool to detect COVID-19 in X-rays [00:06:25] 
  • UC San Diego uses AWS cloud to deploy homegrown AI algorithms for COVID-19 [00:08:20] 
  • AI-powered patient communication tools help one orthopedic practice save $405,000 [00:10:25] 
  • Are there too many virtual online healthcare conferences? [00:13:25] 
  • VMware and NVIDIA strategic partnership [00:17:20] 
  • UHS hospitals hit by reported country-wide Ryuk ransomware attack [00:19:20] 
  • Does your health system have an algorithm inventory? [00:23:40] 


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