Last Friday, a major Atlanta-based payment card processor, Global Payments, announced a server security breach that could affect more than 1 million accounts. We asked William Robertson, a cybersecurity expert […]
The United States spends $2 trillion in health care annually. New technologies and approaches to health care have led to a growing field in health informatics, which has a focus on both the clinical and personal aspects of the industry. We asked Timothy Bickmore, an associate professor in the College of Computer and Information Science, to discuss the impact this field can have on the health care industry as a whole, as well as Northeastern’s new PhD program in health informatics.
Northeastern University and the Flatley Discovery Lab, a Boston-based independent nonprofit organization, have joined forces to develop a cure for cystic fibrosis.
Northeastern assistant professor Matthew Goodwin combines both health and computer sciences to develop a better approach to diagnosing and treating Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Chemistry professor Michael Pollastri collaborates with pharmaceutical company and researchers in Spain to identify existing drugs that could be modified to stop a scourge of sub-Saharan Africa.
New academic platforms will expand graduate education, research and employer partnerships.
Dan Feinberg, director of the health informatics program, analyzes the impact of a new federally mandated medical-billing system, which will use more than 140,000 alphanumeric codes to describe medical services in bills sent to insurers.