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Cyber security, big data analytics and AI among top digital technologies for healthcare and life sciences companies : Report

first_imgCyber security, big data analytics and AI among top digital technologies for healthcare and life sciences companies : Report News Share WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Related Posts Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine storycenter_img By EH News Bureau on March 6, 2018 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Infosys research report titled, Digital Outlook for the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry, highlights how digital technologies deployed at organisations are improving existing operations, solving new problems, and creating new opportunitiesInfosys research report titled, Digital Outlook for the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry, highlights how digital technologies deployed at organisations are improving existing operations, solving new problems, and creating new opportunities. The research polled IT and business decision makers in the healthcare and life sciences industry as part of a global survey to discover the opportunities presented by new digital technologies.Key findings from the report stated that cyber security, big data analytics and AI are among the top three digital technologies being utilized the most by healthcare and life sciences companies today. According to the healthcare companies surveyed, investing in technologies for big data analytics for predicting risk and the onset of health problems (73 per cent), EHR systems modernisation (57per cent), and remote hospital-like care delivery (49 per cent) are the most commonly reported trends for the next three years which will make a positive impact on their organisation. Whereas life sciences respondents described that improving cyber security (64 per cent), using cloud-based technologies (54 per cent), and fostering industry collaboration (47 per cent) as the top trends. Healthcare providers plan to invest in digital technologies in the coming 12 months. EHR systems (68 per cent) and big data analytics (61 per cent) are currently receiving investments from most companies who consider them a trend in the coming three years. Life sciences organisations plan to invest in digital technologies in the coming 12 months, but not all investments are in the top trends: 76 pe rcent of those who consider it a trend over the next three years were investing in technologies to improve cyber security for protection of patient and trial data. A majority of healthcare and life sciences respondents said that their organisation could improve both existing skills and technologies in preparation for implementing the top trends of the next three years.Infosys commissioned independent market research company Vanson Bourne to undertake research to understand the use of digital technologies and key trends within nine different sectors. From October to December 2017, the quantitative and qualitative subset of the study was carried out, interviewing 1,000 senior IT and business decision makers in organizations that use digital technologies. Respondents were from organisations with 1,000 employees or more and $500 million global annual revenue or higher across verticals such as automotive, banking, CPG, healthcare, industrial manufacturing, insurance, life sciences, retail and utilities. Read Article Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025last_img read more

Is your credit union’s financial education content awful or awesome?

first_img 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Rob RubinIt isn’t easy to make financial education interesting and engaging, which is why so many credit unions struggle to generate quality content for their social media channels. These days, consumers expect online material that’s polished and highly visual. Does that mean you have to invest a mountain of hours every week building professional caliber content? No. Here’s one alternative.Your credit union has a social media presence on Facebook, and Twitter, YouTube, maybe Google+ and Pinterest too. You’ve experimented with a content marketing strategy and attempted to integrate financial education into your online marketing activities. You are posting content often, and tend to link to interesting and useful articles hoping to position your credit union as helpful and knowledgeable. But…You’re struggling to engage the audience. You’re having a hard time trying to post material that is really memorable, entertaining, educational and original on an ongoing basisSound familiar? continue reading »last_img read more

Champs 2020 cancelled

first_imgThe 2020 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships has been cancelled, following the confirmation of an imported case of the coronavirus in Jamaica. The decision was taken following a meeting on Wednesday involving officials from ISSA, the Ministry of Health and Wellness and title sponsors GraceKennedy. Chairman of the Organising Committee, Richard Thompson, confirmed the development. “ISSA had a meeting with its executive to discuss concerns regarding the championships, especially with the new information that we have just confirmed the first case of the virus in Jamaica,” Thompson said. The members of the committee were principals of schools and they expressed concerns about the safety of athletes, spectators, and the country generally.” “Our position was that we were prepared to do whatever was necessary to protect all concerned,” he added. The internal ISSA meeting was followed by a sit-down, which also involved the Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton, Sports Minister Olivia Grange and an official from the Education Ministry, where the position was confirmed. “They too shared the concern and the position and made the recommendation that this year’s championships be cancelled, especially given the fact that a lot of persons would be travelling from the diaspora and many of those countries have widespread cases of COVID-19,” Thompson stated. This decision effectively brings the youth/junior track and field season to an end, with schools already being banned by the Government from attending the Penn Relays next month and the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association expected to pull out of the Carifta Games, which takes place in Bermuda on the Easter weekend. There are also lingering doubts around the staging of the World Athletics Under 20 Championships, which is set for Nairobi, Kenya in July. More to follow. Follow The Gleaner on Twitter and Instagram @JamaicaGleaner and on Facebook @GleanerJamaica. Send us a message on WhatsApp at 1-876-499-0169 or email us at [email protected] or [email protected]last_img read more

Personality profile: Mark Kazim

first_img– Writer, Director, Actor, Producer, ComedianFrom the very start at Carifesta X in 2008, Mark Kazim has always been full of surprises. Today, he is known as the popular “Lo Li” who has become a cultural phenomenon. However, what you may not know is Mark is an award winning actor who takes versatility to whole different level.From a blind father in “The Blind Truth” to a gangster in “The Golden Scheme” to a sexual predator in “Imprisoned”; it is clear to anyone who is a fan that there is no role he cannot dominate. Mark Kazim has been featured in countless stage performances, endless commercials, several movies and is a currently a lead actor in local comedy group “Reactors”, local sitcom “Days Like Dese”, Guyana’s biggest comedy show “Nothing to Laugh About (NTLA)” and is one of the hottest stand-up comedians in “UNCENSORED”.Mark however, has a degree in Computer Science and after graduating from the University of Guyana, he chose not to follow any professions in that field.Instead, he ventured into sales and marketing and took his first job at the National Communications Network where he became one of the top sales representatives in the business.This Charlestown born actor/comedian is passionate about being a positive influence which makes him a great cast member for “Nothing to Laugh About”. Kazim was added to the cast for NTLA Part 2 and has transformed before our eyes. His acting has only gotten better and it is clear that greater things are yet to come for him.Kazim is also co-host and co-producer of “Love and Laughter” – a weekly television programme focused on drama and comedy aired on Channel 9 and Channel 28.This young thespian is married and is the father of two beautiful girls. His dedication and commitment is evident in the care and attention he invests in his family.The talented young man always keeps his audience wanting more and he promises to do the same all four nights of “NTLA 11” slated for June 1-4 at the National Cultural Centre.In his famous words, “Lo Li gonna rock your world baby!”last_img read more