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VMware | August 12, 2021
In the wake of the global pandemic, healthcare providers are expanding their telehealth offerings and increasingly opting to host these and other remote patient monitoring and analytics workloads in the cloud. To help ease the transition to the cloud, VMware (NYSE: VMW) today announced GE Healthcare will leverage VMware SD-WAN, now part of VMware SASE, to seamlessly deliver cloud-based services to GE Healthcare customers.
“Patient monitoring and diagnostic data a...
Managed Healthcare Executive | February 26, 2020
Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to identify outbreaks such as the coronavirus, which, to date, has resulted in nearly 1,800 reported deaths and more than reported 71,000 infections. In a February 13 webinar, Casey Ross, national technology correspondent for STAT, pointed to efforts by John Brownstein, PhD, chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital, to use machine learning to review social media posts, reports by physicians, news outlets, and information released by of...
HealthITAnalytics | April 01, 2020
Researchers at Stanford University have launched an interactive, data-driven model that evaluates possible outcomes of non-pharmaceutical interventions for COVID-19, including social distancing and quarantine. The team aims to help users understand the benefits of delaying the peak of the epidemic and staying below a fixed healthcare capacity. Rather than trying to map the exact dynamics of a certain location, the model shows possible trajectories under different hypothetical scenarios. The mode...
FDA | April 24, 2020
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday cautioned against the use of malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, touted by President Donald Trump, in COVID-19 patients outside of hospitals and clinical trials, citing risks of serious heart rhythm problems.
The decades-old drug has been called a “game changer” by Trump in the fight against the novel coronavirus and anecdotal reports that it may provide some benefit have spurred sales of the drug.
Within hours of Trump&rsquo...
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