President Joe Biden's recent executive order for artificial intelligence encourages investment in AI while setting a vision for a regulatory framework to address issues involving AI technology safety, bias and other concerns in healthcare, said attorney Wendell Bartnick of the law firm Reed Smith.
Building an LLM for business use in a particular vertical can be complicated, expensive, and a time-consuming endeavor. Dr. Jai Ganesh, chief product officer, Digital Transformation Solutions, HARMAN, explains the unique approach his team employed to build a private LLM for healthcare use cases.
India ranks among the bottom five on Harvard's Belfer Cyber Power Index 2022, while China, its primary adversary, is at a strong number two position. Lt. Gen. (Retd.) R S Panwar says a national cyber strategy with an offensive approach is imperative.
Four editors at ISMG's CIO.Inc review this month's most important technology conversations with leaders and their thoughts on some important developments in the tech world in the latest episode of Spotlight.
U.K.-based Exscientia, a leading drug discovery firm, has successfully advanced six molecules created with the help of generative AI into Phase 1 clinical trials. CEO and founder Andrew Hopkins envisions a future where AI plays a vital role in the design of all new therapies.
A report on the status of cybersecurity in the healthcare industry indicates that cyberattacks are declining or remaining flat. Cyber attackers were still targeting medical services, hospitals and clinics, medical device manufacturers and pharmaceutical firms in Q2 2023.
SUNY Downstate Medical Center has embarked on a journey of cloud integration and clinical transformation, with IT at its core. The primary goal is twofold: to seamlessly migrate the majority of its workloads to the cloud while championing environmental sustainability and achieving carbon neutrality.
Discover how Merck, a traditional global pharma giant, achieved efficiency by embracing RPA and bots for regulatory documentation. Learn how this technology revolutionized their workflow and what it mean for the future of the pharmaceutical industry.
CIOs face the challenge of undertaking digital transformation initiatives within existing infrastructures, often avoiding disruptions to ongoing operations. Frederik Bisbjerg, chief transformation officer of AXA Global Healthcare, suggests breaking down the project into smaller, manageable pieces.
Generative AI models such as ChatGPT have made inroads in almost all industry sectors. Amid complex procedures, shortage of skilled medical professionals, and the need to transform patient experience, generative AI can be a beacon of hope for the health care industry.
The Aga Khan University and hospital group operates a seamless, centralized technology operation across three continents and six countries. Their primary objectives are standardization, minimizing frictions, and enhancing process efficiency with strong cybersecurity posture.
IoT is revolutionizing healthcare beyond just remote patient monitoring. The new frontiers in invasive procedures embrace IoT applications effectively. CIO Sreeni Venugopal says KIMSHEALTH takes the lead by implementing surgical sponge tracking and expanding its efforts to monitor other surgical equipment.
Healthcare institutions, which usually have legacy infrastructure, limited budgets and small IT support teams are soft targets for cyberattackers. Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, one of the oldest hospitals in the region, opted for a more modern approach.
To improve precision oncology treatment using genome sequencing, Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, CIO of Karkinos Healthcare, advises focusing on transaction and front-end systems' fundamental design and workflows before applying AI and analytics. Understanding data patterns is also crucial for better results.
Emerging trends in secure and quality information sharing, remote patient care, robotics and virtual reality are propelling the healthcare industry forward. As a result, data governance, edge computing and endpoint security have become critical priorities for healthcare CIOs.