Looking to the decade ahead, Stanford Medicine convened leading minds in patient care, technology, design thinking, and public policy to reimagine what electronic health records (EHRs) can do for physicians and their patients.
A 71-year-old man in Florida died on July 10 after being infected by bacteria that can cause serious gastrointestinal illness and rarely flesh-eating disease (necrotizing fasciitis) from eating a contaminated raw oyster, according to local news repor
What constitutes a weak link? And what can be done to mitigate growing threats via IoT? IoT technology everywhere. No, this is not a vision statement, but a reflection of our reality. From wearables to smart home systems and routers… Devices with sensors that collect data in real time are rapidly expanding. To many they are …
You may be surprised to learn that your marketing department can teach your fraud prevention team a lot about card not present fraud. Not only are the two departments working in tandem to reach the same goals, but the marketing department has a lot of innovative qualities that a fraud management team would be smart to follow. Here are ways they can closely support one another for mutual success.