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Founded in 1957, HealthPartners is the largest consumer-governed, non-profit health care organization in the nation. It is dedicated to improving the health of its members, patients and the community. HealthPartners provides a full-range of health plan services including insurance, administration and health and well-being programs. It serves more than 1.4 million medical and dental health plan members nationwide, and is the top-ranked commercial plan in Minnesota. Its Medicare plan has the highest rating (five stars), which only 11 plans in the nation achieved in 2013.

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37% HEALTH ORGS SHIRK MOBILE SECURITY FOR EFFICIENCY, INCREASING RISK

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Verizon recently released its third annual Mobile Security Index, which revealed 37 percent of healthcare organizations admit to sacrificing mobile security to “get the job done” and have drastically increased the risk of compromise in the process. Researchers from Verizon surveyed 876 professionals tasked with buying, securing, and managing IoT and mobile devices, including those from healthcare. The goal was to provide insights into the mobile device threat landscape and ways organ...

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Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis, Emerging Technologies Driving Growth Opportunities in Ophthalmic Diagnostic and Monitoring Devices, finds that the demand for ophthalmic diagnosis and monitoring devices is expected to surge as the prevalence of eye diseases rises because of the growing aging population, lifestyle changes, and increasing incidence of chronic diseases. Advanced technologies such as artificial i...

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NEW STANDARD LAUNCHED FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HEALTHCARE

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More than 50 organizations recently developed the first-ever ANSI-accredited standard for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. The organizations consist of major tech companies and healthcare industry leaders such as Amazon, AT&T, AMA, Fitbit, and Google, which were called on by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). This standard will set a pathway for implementing medical and healthcare solutions build on AI. Standards are designed to serve the public through re...

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37% HEALTH ORGS SHIRK MOBILE SECURITY FOR EFFICIENCY, INCREASING RISK

Verizon recently released its third annual Mobile Security Index, which revealed 37 percent of healthcare organizations admit to sacrificing mobile security to “get the job done” and have drastically increased the risk of compromise in the process. Researchers from Verizon surveyed 876 professionals tasked with buying, securing, and managing IoT and mobile devices, including those from healthcare. The goal was to provide insights into the mobile device threat landscape and ways organ...

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Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis, Emerging Technologies Driving Growth Opportunities in Ophthalmic Diagnostic and Monitoring Devices, finds that the demand for ophthalmic diagnosis and monitoring devices is expected to surge as the prevalence of eye diseases rises because of the growing aging population, lifestyle changes, and increasing incidence of chronic diseases. Advanced technologies such as artificial i...

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NEW STANDARD LAUNCHED FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HEALTHCARE

More than 50 organizations recently developed the first-ever ANSI-accredited standard for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. The organizations consist of major tech companies and healthcare industry leaders such as Amazon, AT&T, AMA, Fitbit, and Google, which were called on by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). This standard will set a pathway for implementing medical and healthcare solutions build on AI. Standards are designed to serve the public through re...

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