In the dynamic manufacturing industry, where technological advancements rapidly shape the industry, human insights’ importance cannot be overstated. While machines and automation are pivotal, the human element remains central to any successful manufacturing operation.
It’s no secret that artificial intelligence has gripped the higher education sector in more ways than inside the classroom. Although most colleges and universities are scrambling to moderate precisely how students should be allowed to use it, faculty and administrators are inviting its use systemwide.
The overutilization of emergency room (ER) services for non-emergency cases has long been an issue. For decades it has contributed to rising healthcare costs and overcrowding, negatively affecting access to care for patients with true emergencies.
Success coaches serve as academic compasses, guiding first-generation students toward their highest potential by introducing them to the wide range of available resources, including financial assistance, access to technology, opportunities to study abroad or virtually and mental health support.
Artificial intelligence has been a bit of a hot topic in the last few months, and it doesn't look like it's going away anytime soon. From ChatGPT to other large language models, people in all professions are turning to these tools for help.
The health care industry is constantly evolving, and value-based care (VBC) has emerged as a transformative force in the pursuit of better patient outcomes. While VBC is not new, technological advances in recent years have made it possible to identify risks and opportunities for individuals and entire patient populations.
Employee retention is a hot topic in the current business landscape. From trucking and logistics to healthcare and high tech, evolved employee expectations have redefined industries across the board, forcing companies to rethink their retention strategies
In recent years, the use of drones to deliver contraband to prisons has become a serious concern. A U.S. Department of Justice report found that, on average, illegal UAV drops increase by 50% or more annually – a rate that continues to worsen.