In a New England Journal of Medicine article published March 15, researchers at Stanford University raised concerns with the ethical implications of artificial intelligence’s (AI) ability to make healthcare decisions for patients.

According to the Innovation Through Inclusion: The Multicultural Cybersecurity Workforce report by (ISC)², 32 percent of minorities in the cybersecurity field have experienced some form of discrimination in the workplace.

At a March 7 presentation at HIMSS18 given by Samsung Health, experts explained how technology is addressing health crises including chronic pain and geriatric care through telehealth, mobile devices and implantables.

In a March 6 presentation at HIMSS, Jonathan Ringo, MD, FACOG, President and COO of Sinai Hospital, and Patricia Birch, MBA, SVP and Global Consulting Practice Leader of Cognizant, explained how they transformed care coordination and patient experience by implementing a patient engagement and care coordination platform.

In a March 6 presentation at HIMSS18, Juana Romero of New York – Presbyterian (NYP), and Erin Mackay, MPH, of GetMyHealthData discussed a case study detailing how NYP boosted patient engagement by utilizing its patient portal.