UCSF to Use Predictive Analytics to Maintain Imaging Devices

Healthcare organizations spend millions of dollars on imaging devices, so ensuring that they’re optimally maintained is essential in maximizing the return on that investment. Now, predictive analytics and machine learning are being used to do that. UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco is turning to an information services and analytics product from Glassbeam to power its clinical engineering analytics program. The hospital will work with the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company to use its CLEAN blueprint (Clinical Engineering Analytics) to manage components of its imaging equipment, with plans to expand its use to other modalities, such as ultrasound, cath lab and physiological monitoring equipment. Read more on what Fred Bazzoli from Health Data Management has to say here.

Glassbeam to Integrate Apache Kafka into Its Industrial IoT Analytics Platform

Organizations will be able to develop and deploy Apache Kafka applications without the need to lock in their data with Glassbeam. Machine data analytics provider Glassbeam, Inc.announced it is upgrading its IIoT analytics platform with the addition of Apache Kafka integration to provide an open source stream processing model. The upgrade will allow organizations to develop and deploy custom machine data analytics apps without having to lock their data in with Glassbeam. Read more on what Sue from RT Insights has to say here.