Canon Medical Systems USA

  • Q&A: Healthcare Cybersecurity Expert Christian Espinosa Weighs In on Data Privacy

    Q&A: Healthcare Cybersecurity Expert Christian Espinosa Weighs In on Data Privacy

    Juliet Van Wagenen - https://healthtechmagazine.net | January 28, 2019


    ​Big Data is set to explode in coming years, and healthcare in particular is set to see huge expansion. As connected devices and the Internet of Medical Things continue to permeate the medical realm, healthcare is likely to grow fastest. According to a recent study by IDC, the healthcare sector will see a compound annual growth rate in data by 36 percent through 2025, surpassing the media, entertainment and financial sectors. Read More
  • 7 learning trends on the rise in 2019

    7 learning trends on the rise in 2019

    Riia O'Donnell | January 08, 2019


    ​​Businesses, government agencies and educators across the country are recalibrating the workforce. To meet the needs of an increasingly digital workspace, upskilling and continuous learning have never been more important. But what's on the horizon in the learning sphere? Read More
  • Why 2019 will be the Year of Gamification in Corporate Learning

    Why 2019 will be the Year of Gamification in Corporate Learning

    Sushman Biswas - www.hrtechnologist.com | January 07, 2019


    ​Corporate learning is under the spotlight as success factors for organizations are rapidly evolving. Digital transformation, adoption of AI in the workplace, and changing workforce demographics are just a few factors that have influenced a marked shift in skills requirements for organizations. Given this reality, learning and development (L&D) leaders and HR leaders must respond to these changes by developing skills internally through upskilling and reskilling initiatives. Read More
  • Should radiologists become gatekeepers against overuse?

    Should radiologists become gatekeepers against overuse?

    Brian Casey - www.auntminnie.com | January 08, 2019


    Should the primary duty of radiologists shift from interpreting images to preventing unnecessary orders for medical imaging? Read More
  • Mass General builds algorithm to detect intracranial hemorrhages

    Mass General builds algorithm to detect intracranial hemorrhages

    Greg Slabodkin - www.healthdatamanagement.com | December 24, 2018


    ​An artificial intelligence algorithm has been developed by Massachusetts General Hospital to rapidly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages from unenhanced head computed-tomography scans. Read More