Telehealth: A Necessary Tool for the Future of US Healthcare

27 July 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

The Journal of MHealth publishes an article by Alexander Myskiw, Engagement Manager in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, where he reviews the latest developments in telehealth and explores its future prospects. “Introducing technologies like telehealth, medication...

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Artificial Intelligence is Giving Healthcare Cybersecurity Programs a Boost

29 June 2017 | US | Healthcare & Life Sciences

In an overview of expert opinions Healthcare It News speaks to Rafael Zubairov and Viktor Kovrizhkin, security experts at DataArt, on how AI and machine learning technologies can enhance healthcare cybersecurity systems to better identify malicious activity, prevent cybercrime and protect data. “‘Cybersecurity...

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Impact, Insight and Inspiration at the Healthcare Tech Innovation Forum

9 June 2017 | US | Healthcare & Life Sciences

DataArt sums up the key takeaways from its full-day Healthcare Tech Innovation Forum, hosted in partnership with MedStartr and PwC on June 5, 2017. “Stout identified common traits of successful start-ups. These were: an idea that makes sense and meets a market need, the team to execute...

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Digital health: clearing a path for adoption

3 May 2017 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Julie Pelta, Senior Consultant at DataArt’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice, looks at the challenges around the adoption of digital health solutions. She offers advice on how to navigate difficulties around reimbursement and to help align the agile digital culture with a bureaucratic NHS...

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DataArt Partners with World Leader PSI CRO to Develop Budget Software

25 April 2017 | Europe | Healthcare & Life Sciences

Manufacturing Chemist covers DataArt’s partnership with PSI CRO to develop anew budget system that automates and streamlines PSI’s budget calculation process. The software provides a better view of the clinical trial progressand offers reliable analytics for better trial-management decisions...

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People Can Relax: Robot Healthcare Is not About to Take Over, Says Life Sciences Tech Consultant

21 April 2017 | UK, USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

By Roman Chernyshev Roman Chernyshev, SVP of Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, writes for IoT global network on the speed and extent of AI adoption in healthcare. “Just because robots are intelligent, does not mean that adoption will be quick. There are...

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The Last Mile of Population Health Management

19 January 2017 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

By Egor Kobelev and Daniel Piekarz Population Health News features Egor Kobelev and Daniel Piekarz, executives in the Healthcare and Life Sciences practice at DataArt, as they discuss population health management initiatives and key drivers of their successful implementation. ...

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The Last Mile of Population Health Management

30 November 2016 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

By Egor Kobelev and Daniel Piekarz Egor Kobelev and Daniel Piekarz, executives in the Healthcare and Life Sciences practice at DataArt, take population health management to a practical level and discuss specific initiatives and key drivers of their successful implementation. ...

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What Healthcare Systems Can Do to Engage Patients in Chronic Conditions Management

23 September 2016 | USA | Healthcare & Life Sciences

By Daniel Piekarz HealthIT and mHealth features Daniel Piekarz, Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, as he envisions a transformation from the patient portals of today to the healthcare platforms of the near future. “Currently, healthcare systems...

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Wearing Your Heart Rate on Your Sleeve

30 August 2016 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

By Victoria Lambert Roman Chernyshev, SVP in the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at DataArt, spoke with Raconteur about the role of wearable and implanted IoT-enabled devices in preventing, diagnosing and treating diseases. The resulting article was picked up by The Times of London. ...

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