Healthcare Insights
  • DataArt Expands Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice

    9 January 2014 | Press Release

    Custom Software Developer Responds to Healthcare Industry Technology Demands NEW YORK – January 9, 2014 DataArt, a custom software development firm that builds advanced solutions for select industries, today announced significant expansion of its global Healthcare & Life Sciences practice. In tandem,...

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  • Healthcare Technology and Big Data Collide

    28 October 2013 | Media

    By Alexander Makeyenkov Following the news of DataArt completing a project for Complex Medical Expert (CME), Medical Design Technology requested that Alexander Makeyenkov, SVP at DataArt, elaborates on the trends in medical technology, specifically the use of spectral dynamics technology. “Spectral...

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  • Data Mining in Healthcare and Pharmacy

    1 October 2013 | Blog

    By managing your information you can keep everything under control. Information is the key to successful life and business. Information analysis – or data analysis – opens as many doors as you can imagine. As the Healthcare industry picks up momentum and interacts with a wide variety of software technologies...

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  • DataArt will Sponsor “Health, Behavior and Economics” Summit

    12 September 2013 | Blog

    DataArt will sponsor “Health, Behavior and Economics” Summit, hosted by Life Science Angel Network (LSAN) in New York on Thursday, September 12, 2013. The conference is dedicated to Behavioral Economics in Healthcare and features Dan Ariely, a renowned Professor of Psychology & Behavioral Economics...

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  • DataArt Builds Assessment Management System for CACHE as a Key Enabler to Data Migration

    12 September 2013 | Press Release

    Custom Software Developer Establishes New IT Tools for UK’s Market Leading Childcare Qualifications Awarding Organisation NEW YORK & LONDON – September 12, 2013. DataArt, a custom software development company that builds advanced solutions for select industries, announced the completion of a new assessment...

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  • From EHR to HIE

    13 June 2013 | Blog

    To date, 43.5% of physicians reported having a basic EHR and only 9.8% met meaningful use criteria. This means practices still have a long way to go as Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements put yet a bigger challenge right in front of them. If this fact fails to impress you, consider this one – over a...

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  • Implanted Medical Devices: Bliss or Threat

    27 May 2013 | Blog

    With more and more medical devices being connected to web-enabled IT systems, it is simply a question of time before the implanted devices start failing killing those they were supposed to save. While there is a lot of speculation as to how a hacker can take over your heart pacemaker and send it haywire,...

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  • Transparency in Healthcare: How It Improves Service Quality

    15 May 2013 | Blog

    How is it with all the achievements in medicine and technology at hand, patients still fail to receive the required treatment? Surprisingly, it is often all about data… or rather, lack thereof. Sharing patients’ data is the keystone of understanding patients’ needs and thus improving service quality...

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  • HIPAA Requirements: Is That Enough for Security?

    30 April 2013 | Blog

    On January 25th, 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Civil Rights (OCR) published the final privacy and security regulations called the Final Rule under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). About a month ago the Rules became effective...

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  • Latest Trends in Healthcare IT Solutions

    17 April 2013 | Blog

    Healthcare industry is changing rapidly in the US. Furthermore, over $4 trillion is expected to flow into the market of Healthcare IT solutions that improve patients’ outcomes. Among the most promising technologies that have already shaped Healthcare industry are EMR/EHR systems, Clinical Reporting Systems,...

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