Technology Management

Imagine trying to find a white rabbit in a field of snow. This scenario is similar to what radiologists go through when looking for tumors in a woman with dense breasts, as both normal fibroglandular tissue and abnormal masses appear white on a mammogram.
Jan 13, 2017 | Technology Management
Leaders in imaging, and all other healthcare specialties, should pay close attention to survey results published by Black Book Market Research earlier this month. The numbers raise red flags about the current state of technology in healthcare, and there are some important lessons to be learned.
Apr 27, 2016 | Technology Management
If you’ve ever booked a trip online using a site such as Kayak or Expedia, you’ve seen something of the future of healthcare computing.
Oct 02, 2014 | Technology Management
In light of recent data theft at retailers and other businesses, as well as amid fears of additional data breaches as the healthcare environment migrates to the digital world, Johns Hopkins information security experts have helped organize a conference to inform top executives about the growing risks of digital break-ins, how to reduce these risks, and how to manage the aftermath of a data breach.
Apr 24, 2017 | Technology Management
Imagine trying to find a white rabbit in a field of snow. This scenario is similar to what radiologists go through when looking for tumors in a woman with dense breasts, as both normal fibroglandular tissue and abnormal masses appear white on a mammogram.
Jan 13, 2017 | Technology Management
Leaders in imaging, and all other healthcare specialties, should pay close attention to survey results published by Black Book Market Research earlier this month. The numbers raise red flags about the current state of technology in healthcare, and there are some important lessons to be learned.
Apr 27, 2016 | Technology Management
If you’ve ever booked a trip online using a site such as Kayak or Expedia, you’ve seen something of the future of healthcare computing.
Oct 02, 2014 | Technology Management
In light of recent data theft at retailers and other businesses, as well as amid fears of additional data breaches as the healthcare environment migrates to the digital world, Johns Hopkins information security experts have helped organize a conference to inform top executives about the growing risks of digital break-ins, how to reduce these risks, and how to manage the aftermath of a data breach.