How Hospitals Handle mHealth Security

Mobile devices and apps increasingly are being used in healthcare settings, and with that comes greater risk to the security of patient information. To that end, hospitals and healthcare organizations are implementing a variety of systems and safeguards to ward off hackers and ensure the privacy of patient data.

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The Googlification of Radiology

Get ready for a revolution in radiological communications was the message of a panel of presenters on “Web Technologies: The New Healthcare IT Standard,” on May 15 at the 2014 meeting of the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine in Long Beach, Calif. The revolt will be accomplished with technologies, architectures and concepts from web computing, and it is already under way.

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Report: Healthcare Reform will Slow U.S. Imaging Market

Ongoing healthcare reform and the move toward a value-based payment system will hinder the U.S. diagnostic imaging system market over the next decade, according to a new report from market research firm Decision Resources Group.

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CMS Says Yes to CT Lung Cancer Screening for Seniors

Bucking a negative assessment from its own appointed review panel, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) today approved CT lung cancer screening for Medicare recipients, saying the evidence is sufficient to justify screening high-risk individuals until the age of 74 years.

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