Researchers from the University Hospitals of Geneva, Switzerland, have published a new paper entitled Interoperability Driven Integration of Biomedical Data Sources.
The National Library of Medicine has announced five winners of their first software development challenge.
by Angela Guess IBM has introduced new software for the health care industry “to help health care providers and payers improve patient care and reduce costs. The new software offering uses content analytics similar to what is found in IBM’s Watson technology. Seton Healthcare Family is the first client to adopt and use the technology, […]
This video lecture discusses the development of OpenTox, an open source predictive toxicology framework.
According to a recent article, “A growing segment of the medical community believes that is a realistic possibility and is increasingly looking at ways to harness the power of blogs, news outlets and social-networking websites to detect disease patterns around the world.”
by Angela Guess A recent article discusses the potential value but also the headache of managing the data created via electronic health records (EHR). The article notes, “As healthcare providers nationwide install and upgrade electronic medical records (EHR) systems in hopes of capturing their share of $27 billion in federal incentive money for ‘meaningful use’ […]