A Johns Hopkins research team revealed that hospitals across the United States waste nearly $15 million in unused surgical supplies each year. As the research team pointed out, these “perfectly[…]
With data-enabled technologies to document and analyze performance and safety in the OR, hospitals can leverage their own surgical data resources to effectively reduce the occurrence of surgical[…]
There’s little doubt that cloud-based technologies are reducing friction in hospital workflow. Ultimately though, CIOs and healthcare IT professional are the gatekeepers before any new technology[…]
Over 313 million surgeries take place each year around the world. 4.2 million people (7.7% of all deaths worldwide) die as a result of post-operative complications. Finding the root cause of these[…]
As hospitals continue to implement advanced analytic technologies, in-house data science teams are quickly becoming a new benchmark, joining clinicians and hospital operations in providing the[…]
Healthcare isn’t agile. In fact, it’s pretty close to the bottom of nimble industries.
While technology has helped to address many of the hurdles hospitals face. But to address the root cause of these issues, healthcare providers should look to design thinking to find innovative[…]
Welcome 2019! Having looked back at our most read articles from 2018, we thought it important to consider what the year ahead has in store.
2018 has been a big year for us at caresyntax. From the continued expansion of our global operations to the launching of our Smart Surgery Blog, we’ve worked hard to bring you the latest updates[…]
American hospitals are struggling. In addition the the rising cost of healthcare globally, US hospitals continue to pour money into the system and get less out of it. According to a study by the[…]
Hospitals gather vast amounts of information. Thanks to new technologies like AI and machine learning, this data is now more valuable to hospitals than ever before. By 2025, big data in[…]