Since the early days of the dot-com boom, we've been engrossed with the power of technology. Even when ambitious properties such as Pets.com and eToys proved unsustainable, we were left with a bevy of tools capable of simplifying and even solving problems.
That approximately four of five hospitals have a basic electronic health record (EHR) system should be alarming for one reason: the one in five hospitals that don’t use it. That means that 20 percent of healthcare providers still rely on manual filing processes that became outdated the moment Lockheed developed an electronic system in the mid-1960s. And this shouldn’t come as a shock. Because when it comes to adopting technology quickly, healthcare organizations are at the back of the pack.
Blockchain keeps technology honest. The former sheds light on the latter, and it’s a key ingredient in keeping cryptocurrency and other business technologies accountable. But what if blockchain could help businesses thrive while also doing social good?
Trust comes in many different forms. We trust our friends because we believe they're well-intentioned and will act in our best interests. We even put our faith in strangers once we feel comfortable about their motivations and intentions.
Business history is littered with remnants of established companies whose one small misstep put them behind some startup and forced them to play a pointless game of catch up.
Stop Gap Dental, (SGD) the ultimate dental solution app, was officially launched in March 2019. SGD utilizes a proprietary booking system that has revolutionized how dental offices and professionals are able to find and fill immediate temporary and future vacancies.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare employment numbers jumped by 42,000 in January, with the industry having added a whopping 368,000 jobs over the previous year. A strong economic foundation has helped this boost, but so has the availability of game-changing technology. New innovations opened up new opportunities, which in turn created more jobs.
Over the past decade, the distinction between organic and conventional food has drawn a more discerning eye from consumers. From the farm to the table, food supply chains have grown in complexity and become subjected to ongoing pressures related to global compensation, regulatory controls, and the ever-changing interests of customers.
One of Silicon Valley’s most compelling attributes is its lack of interest in the traditional bottom line. While most companies focus on revenue and profitability, Silicon Valley leaders tend to view valuation as a success barometer. Because of this mindset, Valley-based companies don’t mind taking significant risks as long as they help achieve big-picture visions. But we can learn from Silicon Valley about blockchain Adoption.
Just look at tools such as Robotic Process Automation, software that streamlines warehouse storage and speed of delivery by automating redundant, time-consuming human tasks.
For most companies, supply chains consist of numerous partners that manufacture products in siloed environments. When you fail to provide these parties with the necessary visibility, however, it becomes more difficult to adjust to customer demands and maintain integrity.
By 2020, there will be more Americans over the age of 65 than under age 5, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This ongoing demographic shift, combined with a growing population, will put new pressure on a healthcare system that’s already shown signs of instability.
When it comes to innovation, businesses often face a Catch-22 situation. They must be innovative in order to grow, but that same innovation becomes far more difficult as they grow.
According to a Harvard Business Review study, it’s likely that 85% of customer interactions with businesses won’t involve humans on the other end by 2020. Thanks to mobile and the web, customer self-service is already commonplace in many industries. Thanks to the emergence of automation and artificial intelligence, consumers have numerous options available when they want to communicate with businesses.
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When 50 million users were affected by a hack last year, Facebook cemented its status as the face of big tech’s privacy problems. But the social media giant isn’t alone. Tech companies like Google, Amazon, and Uber are under similar scrutiny for their handling of user data, and the topic of information security is more relevant than ever.
All employers want to be sure they get the applicants they see on résumés. The process of checking a candidate’s full credentials is tedious and time-consuming, however, and many hiring managers don’t have the time to screen every CV they see.
He cited two IBM partners that are working with customers on digital transformation projects: Augusta Hitech and ClearObject Inc. Augusta Hitech, an ISV with expertise in the healthcare space, is helping software-as-a-service provider PARx Solutions migrate from its colocation data center servers to the IBM Cloud, he said.
Consumer trust is one of the biggest hurdles that the food industry is up against today. A recent Food and Health Survey uncovered a serious trust deficit between consumers and food manufacturers and suppliers, and we don’t have to look far to see why.
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A growing number of industries are beginning to embrace disruptive technologies like blockchain and cryptocurrency. Energy companies that commit to this change will benefit from enhanced efficiency and transparency.
Technology has helped our world achieve convenience and connectivity. However, these innovations have also cultivated a lack of another C-word: confidence.
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