Tech Consultancy Predicts Telemedicine and AI-based Healthcare Growth in 2019

2 November 2018 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Digital Health Age covers DataArt's prediction that 2019 will bring continued growth in telemedicine and AI-based healthcare. According to DataArt, telemedicine will make high-quality healthcare more widely available, further progress will be made in data processing and storage, and AI will remain a...

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Blockchain and Healthcare

2 November 2018 | Germany | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Health & Care Management interviews experts about blockchain and its applications in healthcare. Kirill Timofeev, Software Project Manager at DataArt, highlights the benefits of blockchain related to interoperability, immutability, and availability of data as well as the technology’s potential to...

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DataArt Predicts Healthcare and Life Sciences Trends for 2019: Data to Propel AI-based Healthcare Forward

31 October 2018 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Health Tech Digital News runs DataArt’s healthcare and life sciences trends predictions for 2019. Exponential information growth will drive further progress of artificial intelligence and data processing algorithms, while availability of healthcare will increase with proliferation of telemedicine. “Intelligent...

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DataArt: KidPRO - Child-Friendly App

30 October 2018 | Germany | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Management+ Krankenhaus nominates DataArt’s KidPRO concept app for the M&K award in its IT & communication category. “KidPRO is a proof of concept that we developed as a comprehensive solution to the problem of young patients retention. It helps children to a) recover faster by accompanying...

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DataArt Predicts Healthcare and Life Sciences Trends for 2019: Data to Propel AI-based Healthcare Forward

29 October 2018 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

IT Supply Chain features DataArt’s predictions of the healthcare and life sciences trends that will dominate in 2019, emphasizing exponential information growth, the proliferation of telemedicine and a focus on AI and data processing algorithms. “Intelligent telemedicine systems will continue...

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DataArt to Offer Services via the UK Government’s Digital Outcomes and Specialists 3 Framework

9 October 2018 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Business Computing World picks up the announcement of DataArt’s successful application to the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) 3 Framework, extending its technology consulting and solution design offering to public sector organizations across the UK. “The...

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Not All Activities Can Be Automated

1 September 2018 | Germany | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In an interview with Medizin und elektronik, Anton Dolgikh, Head of AI at DataArt, explained the meaning of AI in the context of the healthcare industry. “The term AI has a long history and was first used to describe a computer system that possesses the intelligence of a human. Today,...

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Medical Device and Digitalisation: How to Choose a Software Partner

10 August 2018 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Vladimir Timashov, Delivery Manager in the Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, shares with Medical Plastics News the key factors that medical device manufacturers should consider when choosing a software partner. “The supplier should be flexible and able to adapt to...

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Blockchain Technology Enters Hospitals

9 July 2018 | Germany | Healthcare & Life Sciences Blockchain

DataArt experts spoke with European Hospital, Germany’s leading media house dedicated to the European healthcare industry, about different ways blockchain can help hospitals with drugs and supply management, and the impact of gamification on patient engagement “As a distribution...

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Blockchain: Healthcare’s Next Frontier, or so Much Hype?

In Open Access Government, Denis Baranov, Principal Consultant at DataArt, discusses the most impactful uses of blockchain in the healthcare industry, including achieving transparency in the pharmaceutical supply chain and enabling patient-controlled medical data transfer. “The most...

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