Increasingly, physicians are being confronted with a rising amount of data in the course of patient treatment. Yet having all the relevant information available in the right context at the right time is particularly crucial for healthcare institutions.
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The healthcare system is currently undergoing radical change and is in the process of reinventing itself thanks to revolutionary developments. Dr. Adolf Sonnleitner of Mindbreeze has summarized the three biggest trends in the healthcare sector for 2018.
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According to media reports, around one year after the discontinuation of the Google Search Appliance, Google will discontinue yet another product – Google Site Search.
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The business world is in the midst of a digital transformation that is quickly separating the wheat from the chaff.
Vienna. While I was enjoying my delicious breakfast, I skimmed the latest articles of theverge.com on my smartphone. Suddenly I happened to encounter an article. An article about Tesla’s new visionary production factory “Gigafactory” in the middle of the desert.