New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Arvind Thiagarajan, founder and CEO of HD Medical that is saving patient lives through early diagnosis. “If you’re a doctor, you can help thousands of patients. But if you’re a doctor’s doctor, solving their problems with technology, you can not only help thousands of doctors, but through them reach millions of patients.”Read More
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The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of April that we think deserve sharing again.
By Peyman Zand – Healthcare CIOs face increasing pressure to implement advanced analytics at virtually every turn. According to a recent State of the CIO Survey by IDG, twenty-five percent of IT leaders plan expect advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning to drive their technology investments in 2021.
By Jenifer Leaf Jaeger MD MPH – Public Health 1.0 identifies the initiation and growth in both knowledge and tools for medicine and public health. Public Health 2.0 characterizes the development of our traditional public health systems within both local and the federal government.
Janine Kelbach, RNC-OB knew in 2013 after she had her second child that the overtime and night shift hours weren’t going to make her feel like the best mother, wife, and nurse. She honed in on her love of writing and started Write RN, a content agency in 2015.
By Dr. Tandy Tipps – Patients and doctors missed or cancelled an estimated 22 million cancer screenings in the first four months of the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in an estimated 80,000 missed diagnoses, according to research published last year. Another study found that diagnoses for six major cancer types dropped by almost half.
By Art Gross -How do you identify the vaccinated from the non-vaccinated? A vaccination passport is a way of verifying that the user or carrier identified within it has been vaccinated – or not. Does it violate HIPAA? No.
By Michelle Andrews & Lydia Zuraw – One night in March 2020, Joy Wu felt like her heart was going to explode. She tried to get up and fell down. She didn’t recognize friends’ names in her list of phone contacts. Remembering how to dial 9-1-1 took “quite a bit of time,” she recalled recently.
By Bill Paschall – The FCC announced $249.95M in new funding for the COVID-19 Telehealth Program, with costs covered up to 12 months. The good news is RPM platforms and services are eligible for funding.