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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Healthcare Tech Outlook
March 14, 2019

Healthcare Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The healthcare industry already benefits from AI, machine learning and deep learning.
As the world is encircled with technology, knowingly or unknowingly human life is almost entirely driven by it. In this context, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has spread its wings across the diverse verticals of the world.
With artificial intelligence and automation, home healthcare is on the verge of transformation. The advances in web solutions, telecommunications, and social networking tools have the potential to support home health care and education.
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CIO Viewpoint
Doug Cretsinger, SVP & CIO, GuideOne Insurance
Across the country, board members at different organizations are raising concerns about cybersecurity risks they face. Regulators are outlining new requirements to address these emerging risks.
George Suda, CIO, Smile Brands
Migrating to the cloud has helped address the changes in infrastructure, to have the ability to develop our own solutions more quickly and to address the constant need for disaster recovery.
CXO Insights
By Rich Phillips, CTO, Tampa General Hospital
Healthcare providers are faced with the perfect storm of challenges. Regulatory upheaval, clinical advancement, and rising costs provide just a few of the market forces.
By Susan Montz, Director, ACO Performance Improvement, Ochsner Health System
We are building partnerships that enable us to become more integrated with other providers and delivery systems to serve our populations better.