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Capabilities and Advantages of Cloud Computing in the Implementation of Electronic Health Record.

With regard to the high cost of the Electronic Health Record (EHR), in recent years the use of new technologies, in particular cloud computing, has increased. The purpose of this study was to review systematically the studies conducted in the field of cloud computing.

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High Spending Growth Rates For Key Diseases In 2000-14 Were Driven By Technology And Demographic Factors.

We introduce a new source of detailed data on spending by medical condition to analyze US health care spending growth in the period 2000-14. We found that thirty conditions, which represented only 11.5 percent of all conditions studied, accounted for 42 percent of the real growth rate in per capita spending during this period, even though they accounted for only 13 percent of overall spending in 2000. Primary drivers of spending growth included the use of new technologies, a shift toward the provision of...

Eleven quick tips for architecting biomedical informatics workflows with cloud computing.

Cloud computing has revolutionized the development and operations of hardware and software across diverse technological arenas, yet academic biomedical research has lagged behind despite the numerous and weighty advantages that cloud computing offers. Biomedical researchers who embrace cloud computing can reap rewards in cost reduction, decreased development and maintenance workload, increased reproducibility, ease of sharing data and software, enhanced security, horizontal and vertical scalability, high av...

Cloud computing applications for biomedical science: A perspective.

Biomedical research has become a digital data-intensive endeavor, relying on secure and scalable computing, storage, and network infrastructure, which has traditionally been purchased, supported, and maintained locally. For certain types of biomedical applications, cloud computing has emerged as an alternative to locally maintained traditional computing approaches. Cloud computing offers users pay-as-you-go access to services such as hardware infrastructure, platforms, and software for solving common biomed...

Diabetes on demand and novel technologies.

To date, the use of technology for the management of diabetes represents a promising area of innovation that can dramatically change diabetics' lives. In the past decade, the use of diabetes devices has widely grown and looks to have partially improved diabetes management. The combination of cloud technology with real-expert intervention saves time and improves efficiency, as well as empowering the patient. The application of mathematical models applied to diabetes therapy could lead to significant improvem...

On the Cusp of a Healthcare Revolution: BME Technologies Have the Potential to ?Transform Our World?

Of the key technologies listed as "ready to propel industries and transform our world" in the 2017 report Top 50 Emerging Technologies: Growth Opportunities of Strategic Imperative, most fall under the scope of biomedical engineering (BME). Issued by the major market research and analysis company Frost and Sullivan [1], the report's findings are no surprise to the researchers, clinicians, and others who are heavily invested in this field.

Cognitive Approaches for Medicine in Cloud Computing.

This paper will present the application potential of the cognitive approach to data interpretation, with special reference to medical areas. The possibilities of using the meaning approach to data description and analysis will be proposed for data analysis tasks in Cloud Computing. The methods of cognitive data management in Cloud Computing are aimed to support the processes of protecting data against unauthorised takeover and they serve to enhance the data management processes. The accomplishment of the pr...

Cloud Quantum Computing of an Atomic Nucleus.

We report a quantum simulation of the deuteron binding energy on quantum processors accessed via cloud servers. We use a Hamiltonian from pionless effective field theory at leading order. We design a low-depth version of the unitary coupled-cluster ansatz, use the variational quantum eigensolver algorithm, and compute the binding energy to within a few percent. Our work is the first step towards scalable nuclear structure computations on a quantum processor via the cloud, and it sheds light on how to map sc...

Security Architecture and Protocol for Trust Verifications Regarding the Integrity of Files Stored in Cloud Services.

Cloud computing is considered an interesting paradigm due to its scalability, availability and virtually unlimited storage capacity. However, it is challenging to organize a cloud storage service (CSS) that is safe from the client point-of-view and to implement this CSS in public clouds since it is not advisable to blindly consider this configuration as fully trustworthy. Ideally, owners of large amounts of data should trust their data to be in the cloud for a long period of time, without the burden of keep...

An energy-efficient failure detector for vehicular cloud computing.

Failure detectors are one of the fundamental components for maintaining the high availability of vehicular cloud computing. In vehicular cloud computing, lots of RSUs are deployed along the road to improve the connectivity. Many of them are equipped with solar battery due to the unavailability or excess expense of wired electrical power. So it is important to reduce the battery consumption of RSU. However, the existing failure detection algorithms are not designed to save battery consumption RSU. To solve t...

cryoem-cloud-tools: A software platform to deploy and manage cryo-EM jobs in the cloud.

Access to streamlined computational resources remains a significant bottleneck for new users of cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM). To address this, we have developed tools that will submit cryo-EM analysis routines and atomic model building jobs directly to Amazon Web Services (AWS) from a local computer or laptop. These new software tools ("cryoem-cloud-tools") have incorporated optimal data movement, security, and cost-saving strategies, giving novice users access to complex cryo-EM data processing pipel...

Using the Seven Bridges Cancer Genomics Cloud to Access and Analyze Petabytes of Cancer Data.

Next-generation sequencing has produced petabytes of data, but accessing and analyzing these data remain challenging. Traditionally, researchers investigating public datasets like The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) would download the data to a high-performance cluster, which could take several weeks even with a highly optimized network connection. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) initiated the Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilots program to provide researchers with the resources to process data with cloud computatio...

Government Cloud Computing Policies: Potential Opportunities for Advancing Military Biomedical Research.

This position paper summarizes the development and the present status of Department of Defense (DoD) and other government policies and guidances regarding cloud computing services. Due to the heterogeneous and growing biomedical big datasets, cloud computing services offer an opportunity to mitigate the associated storage and analysis requirements. Having on-demand network access to a shared pool of flexible computing resources creates a consolidated system that should reduce potential duplications of effor...

Internet of Things (IoT) Based Design of a Secure and Lightweight Body Area Network (BAN) Healthcare System.

As sensor networks and cloud computation technologies have rapidly developed over recent years, many services and applications integrating these technologies into daily life have come together as an Internet of Things (IoT). At the same time, aging populations have increased the need for expanded and more efficient elderly care services. Fortunately, elderly people can now wear sensing devices which relay data to a personal wireless device, forming a body area network (BAN). These personal wireless devices ...

Inversion of water cloud lidar returns using the azimuthal dependence of the cross-polarization signal.

The contrast in the azimuthal pattern of cross-polarized lidar data is used directly to retrieve the extinction coefficient profile of water droplet clouds. Using a Monte Carlo simulation, we demonstrate that there is a simple mathematical relationship between the optical depth and the contrast of the cross-polarization azimuthal pattern. This relationship is independent of the water cloud droplet size, cloud position, and extinction profile. The derivation of the extinction profile of a water droplet cloud...

A multi-year data set on aerosol-cloud-precipitation-meteorology interactions for marine stratocumulus clouds.

Airborne measurements of meteorological, aerosol, and stratocumulus cloud properties have been harmonized from six field campaigns during July-August months between 2005 and 2016 off the California coast. A consistent set of core instruments was deployed on the Center for Interdisciplinary Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Studies Twin Otter for 113 flight days, amounting to 514 flight hours. A unique aspect of the compiled data set is detailed measurements of aerosol microphysical properties (size distribution, co...

The current state of long-acting growth hormone preparations for growth hormone therapy.

To discuss the rationale of developing long-acting growth hormone (LAGH) preparations, to describe the technologies designed to prolong GH action, and to address key issues regarding efficacy, safety, and monitoring while on treatment.

Aircraft measurements of total mercury and monomethyl mercury in summertime marine stratus cloud water from coastal California, USA.

Water samples from marine stratus clouds were collected during 16 aircraft flights above the Pacific Ocean near the Central California coast during the summer of 2016. These samples were analyzed for total mercury (THg), monomethyl mercury (MMHg) and 32 other chemical species in addition to aerosol physical parameters. The mean concentrations of THg and MMHg in the cloud water samples were 9.2 ± 6.0 ng L-1 (2.3-33.8 ng L-1) (N = 97) and 0.87 ± 0.66 ng L-1 (0.17-2.9 ng L-1) (N = 22), respectively. This cor...

Resistance is futile: 'vets must engage with innovation or be left behind'.

New technologies have the potential to revolutionise animal health and welfare, and it is time for vets to embrace them, reports Emma Dahm.

An interactive computer lab of the galvanic cell for students in biochemistry.

We describe an interactive module that can be used to teach basic concepts in electrochemistry and thermodynamics to first year natural science students. The module is used together with an experimental laboratory and improves the students' understanding of thermodynamic quantities such as Δr G, Δr H, and Δr S that are calculated but not directly measured in the lab. We also discuss how new technologies can substitute some parts of experimental chemistry courses, and improve accessibility to course mater...

Challenges and future for the delivery of growth hormone therapy.

Growth hormone (GH) has multiple roles in sustaining human development and homeostasis. Its pulsatile secretion stimulates growth and contributes to an equilibrium in a process tightly regulated and coordinated by many organs. GH deficiency is a medical condition affecting all ages, with not only significant consequences in the health of the patient but also impact on the quality of life. This review gathers the different strategies used today with a glance at future technologies to treat GH deficiency. We ...

WITHDRAWN: Nursing record systems: effects on nursing practice and healthcare outcomes.

A nursing record system is the record of care that was planned or given to individual patients and clients by qualified nurses or other caregivers under the direction of a qualified nurse. Nursing record systems may be an effective way of influencing nurse practice.

3D-point-cloud-based apparent magnitude model of space objects.

A new 3D-point-cloud-based model is presented for calculating the apparent magnitude of space objects. This model does not consider topological relations of space objects, but it can accurately describe the shape of a space object and calculate its apparent magnitude. Once a 3D point cloud of a space object and its material parameters under a certain wavelength are obtained, the apparent magnitude can be solved. Through this model, the apparent magnitude of space objects with different shapes and the wrinkl...

My career has been an adventure.

Having worked in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry, vet David Renney set up his own company to explore a niche area that involves bringing new or neglected ideas, products and technologies to the veterinary market.

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