5 ways blockchain is being used in healthcare

From giving patients more access to their information and providing healthcare organizations with more security, blockchain has a potential to …
Mackenzie GarrityThursday, July 25th, 2019 | Email

Although blockchain has not become mainstream, the technology is being used within various sectors, including healthcare.

From giving patients more access to their information and providing healthcare organizations with more security, blockchain has a potential to dominate healthcare.

Below are five ways the technology is already being used in healthcare, according to TechZone360.

  1. To provide a clear and evident data exchange of patient information between physicians.
  2. As a secure data storage to ensure patient privacy.
  3. To help with hindering the high amounts of data breaches within the medical field.
  4. To secure the tracking of records without fear of alterations or changes.
  5. To provide consistency and efficiency with finances and payments.

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Global Radiology Information Systems (RIS) Market is Booming Market Growing by 2026 with Top Key Players Siemens Healthcare AG, IBM Watson …
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A Radiology Information System (RIS) is a networked software system for managing medical imagery and associated data. A RIS is especially useful for tracking radiology imaging orders and billing information, and is often used in conjunction with PACS and VNAs to manage image archives, record-keeping and billing.

The Global Radiology Information Systems (RIS) Market research report explains in depth description, competitive scenario, product portfolio of key vendors and their business strategies with the help of SWOT analysis and porter’s five force analysis. This market report offers an actionable market insight with which sustainable and profitable business strategies can be built. This Global Radiology Information Systems (RIS) Market report has been prepared by conducting market research in a systematic manner.

Market Analysis: Global Radiology Information Systems (RIS) Market

Global radiology information systems (RIS) market is estimated to reach USD 1.71 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 8.1% in the forecast period of 2019-2026. This rise in market value can be attributed to the increasing awareness, rise in number of chronic diseases and adoption of cloud related technologies.

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Few of the major competitors currently working in the radiology information systems (RIS) market are Cerner Corporation, McKesson Corporation, Siemens Healthcare AG, IBM Watson Health, Allscripts, General Electric Company, Koninklijke Philips N.V., MedInformatix, Inc., Siemens, Epic Systems Corporation, Carestream Health, Fujifilm , Shimadzu Corporation, CANON MEDICAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION, Hologic, Inc, ESAOTE SPA, Hitachi Medical Corporation, EIZO Corporation

Segmentation: Global Radiology Information Systems (RIS) Market

By Component

  • Services
  • Software

By End User

  • Hospitals
  • In- Patient
  • Out-Patient
  • Office Based Physicians
  • Emergency Healthcare Service Providers

By Deployment Mode

  • Web Based
  • On-Premise
  • Cloud-Based

By Type

  • Integrated
  • Standalone

By Geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East & Africa)

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Market Drivers

  • Rapidly increasing aging population and subsequent rise in the number of chronic diseases
  • Adoption of cloud technology related services

Market Restraints

  • Increasing concerns regarding the patient data safety & security

Key Developments in the Market:

  • In April 2019, Cerner and naviHealth Plan to Launch Offering for Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Advanced (BPCI Advanced), the new value-based care offering is expected to support affordable and accessible health care centered on the patient
  • In April 2019, Hopital Foch and Siemens Healthineers enter into a long-term partnership in the field of diagnostic imaging and signed a twelve-year contract

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TAMPA, Fla., July 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In a Q2 2019 poll, Black Book sought to identify the technology presence in the boardroom of hospital and …

TAMPA, Fla., July 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In a Q2 2019 poll, Black Book sought to identify the technology presence in the boardroom of hospital and health systems to discover that over two-thirds of those surveyed had little to no significant tech expertise on their board of directors. Among currently serving board members, 4% have direct technology experience relevant to the healthcare industry.

According to the C-Suite executives polled, 91% of hospital boards rely entirely on consultants for IT strategy and advisement rather than the healthcare tech expertise of trustees. “The advisors on which health system boards depend are historically inclined to give very broad advice on vendor selections and the competitive landscape, which may not motivate digital transformation, but will keep the organization from lagging behind,” said Doug Brown, Founder of Black Book Research.

A Black Book survey recently asked 494 C-Suite hospital executives, “As a collective governance group, how tech-savvy is your organization’s board on the following Issues?”

Q2 2019 – C Suite Executives

Highly Knowledgeable

Somewhat Knowledgeable

No Knowledge

Don’t Know/ Not Sure

Enterprise IT Functionality

0%

3%

68%

29%

Healthcare IT Vendors

4%

80%

2%

14%

Cybersecurity Trends

0%

76%

4%

20%

Healthcare Cyber Risks

0%

7%

88%

3%

IT ROI & Bottom Line Impact

23%

54%

3%

20%

IT Lifecycle Cost Studies

0%

0%

92%

8%

IT Optimization over New Purchases

2%

17%

63%

14%

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

0%

2%

91%

4%

Of the 308 board members surveyed separately, Black Book found 79% feel they receive too little data and or feedback on tech challenges facing the health system. Only 5% of these board members polled have a dedicated technology committee. Trustees and board members in both for-profit and not-for-profit health systems were polled, “As a collective governance group, how prepared is your organization’s board on the following Issues?”

Q2 2019 – Board Members

Very Prepared to Handle

Somewhat or Moderately Prepared to Handle

Not Prepared to Handle

Not Sure

Large Scale Data Breach or Hack

0%

6%

85%

9%

Complete Failure of HIT/EHR System

0%

4%

90%

6%

Switching/Replacing EHR with New Vendor

0%

10%

84%

6%

High costs & overruns impacting financial stability

18%

34%

19%

18%

Implementation Delays impacting physicians/community

0%

5%

94%

1%

80% of CFOs and senior finance leaders disclosed their belief that board members were not impartial in recent vendor selection processes and approved spending that was influenced mainly by either another board member, corporate management and/or the vendor sales executives. Board members being unaware or uninformed of health system technology issues and concerns also increases large, enterprise-wide spends for software and services not well understood, according to 92% of chief financial officers participating in the polls.

“Overspending on IT is just as risky as being overly frugal, so health system boards must ensure they are not encouraging leadership to buy more than is needed or to just get by or layer older technology to save money,” said Brown.

Regarding disruptive technologies to the current health system mission, 76% of executives state their hospital board could not identify new technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning or patient privacy monitoring to understand as a group the risk-benefit equation of their IT approvals and spending choices.

“Up until governmental EHR incentives, the alignment of technology with patient care, quality and financial success meant that IT prowess was needed only at the operational level, but health systems in 2019 are implementing technology supports external-facing functions like marketing, analytics, intelligence, and interoperability, as well as supporting board affairs including strategy, vision, strategic and accountability.”

“Health systems boardrooms are definitely becoming smarter about digital technology but it is a slow work in progress,” said Brown.

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IMAGE information systems

Ambra health

Advanced data systems corporation

Carestream Health

eRAD

Epic systems

PERFECT Imaging, LLC

IBM Watson health

Allscripts healthcare solutions

Cerner Corporation

Medinformatix, Inc.

Bayer AG

Koninklijke Philips N.V.

GE healthcare

NextGen healthcare

Global Radiology Information System (RIS) Market Analysis by Type with Size and Growth Rate

Software

Services

Hardware

Global Radiology Information System (RIS) Market Share by Application

Hospitals & Clinics

Research & Academic Institutes

Others

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Radiology Information System (RIS) Market Analysis by Type and Application

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Market Size

Growth Trends by Regions

Industry Trends

Market Top Trends

Market Drivers

Market Opportunities

Market Share by Key Players

Market Size by Manufacturers

Revenue by Manufacturers (2014-2019)

Global Radiology Information System (RIS) Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2014-2019)

Global Radiology Information System (RIS) Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)

Key Players Head office and Area Served

Key Players Radiology Information System (RIS) Product/Solution/Service

Date of Enter into Radiology Information System (RIS) Market

Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

Global Radiology Information System (RIS) Market Regional Analysis

United States

Europe

China

Japan

Southeast Asia

India

Central & South America

International Players Profiles

Company Details

Company Description and Business Overview

Revenue in Radiology Information System (RIS) Business(2014-2019)

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Recently it teamed up with British pharma company BTG pillot a distributed ledger-based platform to help track the supply of the company’s antivenom.

Cedars-Sinai has unveiled its latest accelerator class, which features startups the run the gamut of workflow management systems to remote patient monitoring systems and clinical trial data tools to augmented reality education. The next step for the 11 startups selected is a three-month stint at Cedars-Sinai’s Los Angles hospital to work with clinicians and administration teams.

Each of the newly minted members will receive $100,000 to kickstart their companies.

“It’s exciting to see our innovation community grow with each new class of companies, and these founders and their teams bring a remarkable breadth of backgrounds and experiences,” Anne Wellington, managing director of the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator, said in a statement. “I’m looking forward to seeing how our fifth class transforms care at Cedars-Sinai and beyond.”

Over the years accelerator alumni have included medical chat bot Gyant, care pathway management company Lumeon and patient experience company NarrativeDx.

Read on for a list of this year’s accelerator participants.


AMPAworksis a startup focused on medical inventory. Their product is a small cube that enables image recognition to count inventory and provides real-time video feed of the count.

ClinicianNexusis a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based startup is focused on helping medical school students to apply for rotations. The company pitches itself as the “Airbnb for clinical rotations,” and is focused on streamlining the communication and onboarding process of clinical rotations.

Feedtrailis a platform that captures patients’ satisfaction rates and translates them into an action plan for providers. The platform is able to analyze these survey results and give providers feedback based on where they are falling short. In May Feedtrail landed $1 million in seed funding.

FocusMotion Healthemploys artificial intelligence to help monitor and guide patients as they recover from orthopedic surgery. The service provides exercises for the patients as well as the ability to send data back to the provider.

Hawthorne Effectis a startup focused on better capturing clinical trial data. The system is able to virtually connect clinical trial investigators with subjects and help patient-related data.

Health Noteis focused on medical documentation. The platform prompts patients to enter their medical information prior to a visit to the doctor’s. The company pitches its tech as a way to save time and help the doctor spend more time with the patient.

Lantumis a British startup that works on scheduling shifts for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. It is currently used in NHS systems.

Notispherealerts medical systems when a product has been recalled. The digital platform lets suppliers announce recalls to healthcare providers.

OMNYis a data sharing platform that helps providers communicate, with a special focus on drug usage. Recently it teamed up with British pharma company BTG pillot a distributed ledger-based platform to help track the supply of the company’s antivenom.

Parker Isaac Instrumentsprovides tissue-separating tools that isolate the lymph nodes from surrounding fat. The tool can be used in detecting the spread of cancer, according to a release.

Virtiis an augmented reality and AI tool that can help clinicians and soon-to-be doctors practice different procedures and situations.

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