This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, Inc., Marpai Health, Inc., RSIP Vision, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Viz.ai, Health Catalyst, Inc., & Clarke Caniff Strategic Search.Read More
Analytics and Pop Health
By Emmet O’Gara – Population health management (PHM) isn’t a new concept for payers and providers. Thanks to the value-based care movement, healthcare experts have come to realize that treating the whole person is the key to improving health outcomes and reducing costs.
Remote patient monitoring, clinical quality measures, medicare, millennials and COVID are a few of the topics in this list of research. Here are some new reports and studies that we thought interesting enough to share.
By Elizabeth Marshall MD MBA – The current pandemic has highlighted enduring health inequities that are contributing to higher COVID-19 infection and survival rates among certain populations.
By William Hersh MD – I have written over the years about the need for all who work in biomedical and health informatics to have appropriate knowledge and skills in data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and related topics. I am now excited to announce that our OHSU Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program is launching a new course in…
The pandemic is still taking an impact on healthcare revenue. Digital health and telehealth will continue to show growth. And MGMA report identifies biggest lessons and priorities for Medical Practices in 2021.
This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include January AI, OSF Healthcare, BrainChip Inc., NaNose, Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, Inc., Vocalis Health & more.
The annual Black Book Research crowdsourced population health management solutions poll of 1,685 applications and technology users included administrative, financial, medical, analytics, quality and IT system users from 501 hospitals and IDNs; 721 physician practices, 80 ambulatory organizations; and 45 payers and employer groups.