Two-thirds of Canadian doctors say their primary means of communication with other physicians is by fax. Medical clinics in this … Continue reading Why are fax machines still the norm in 21st-century health care?
The economic damage of a successful major cyber-attack against a large cloud services provider could be similar in scale to … Continue reading Cloud computing: Why a major cyber-attack could be as costly as a hurricane
As the world changes in all spheres, medicine has also experienced a great revolution, especially in its use of technology. … Continue reading Breakthroughs in Medical Technology
Shafi Ahmed dons a pair of digital sunglasses and explains how the tiny lenses built into its black plastic frame, … Continue reading How #Snapchat Is Helping One Doctor Transform Medical Training
Picture someone who works in tech. They might fit a stereotype: heavy-rimmed glasses, hoodie, T-shirt branded with a startup’s logo, … Continue reading Nurses need high-tech
Ransomware payments in 2017 will hit a record $2 billion, according to a new research from the cybersecurity firm Bitdefender. … Continue reading Ransomware is now a $2 billion-per-year criminal industry
With Canada’s aging population putting an unprecedented amount of pressure on the country’s healthcare system, technology will increasingly play an … Continue reading Connected technologies are the future
Things are looking bright for Dan Leibu and League Inc., a digital health and benefits platform he founded with three friends … Continue reading Ontario tech sector booms
Physician S.S. (Sonny) Kohli was volunteering in Haiti after the devastating earthquake there in 2010, and he was treating a … Continue reading The Star Trek tricorder inspired this invention
The rapid advancement of medical technology has contributed to people living longer, healthier lives but consumer and campaign groups say … Continue reading Medical technology: Advancing too fast for its own good?