For some time, financial and technology media have been sounding the alarm about job losses to artificial intelligence (AI) in the not-too-distant future. Clinical engineering expert Binseng Wang shares his opinion about the matter here.
In this Up Front column, 24x7 Magazine chief editor Keri Forsythe-Stephens discusses the rise of artificial intelligence and the implications it has for U.S. industries—and the HTM sector, in particular.
The advent of ultra high definition technology will have multiple payoffs in healthcare, including better screens for diagnostic imaging and central patient monitoring stations. Networking columnist Jeff Kabachinski reveals the key technical details behind UHD.
The companies will work together to further strengthen the connections between Renesas’ e-AI solutions and GE Healthcare's Predix IoT platform to improve productivity by analyzing long-term trends in the manufacturing of medical equipment, for example.
Below, four individuals in the CMMS space sit down with 24x7 Magazine to discuss what hospitals should look for when purchasing a computerized maintenance management system and how this technology is changing the game for HTM departments.
The global medical device connectivity market is expected to exceed $2.5 billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 26%, according to a new Market Watch report. The major factors driving growth in the sector include an increase in remote patient monitoring and telehealth markets, as well as the introduction of new mobile health technologies.