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 Pieces Technologies, HealthTap, BioDuro LLC, PhysIQ, Nanox, CureMetrix, Kyruus, GYANT, CynergisTek, & Surgisphere Corp.Read More
Analytics and Pop Health
By William Hersh MD – While I had not hoped it would take a crisis to revitalize my blog, it will no doubt do so. SARS-CoV-2: How Can I Help? and Keeping Evidence-Based in the Midst of a Pandemic.
By Katherine Capps – How do you follow up a landmark event with the Bipartisan Policy Center to issue a national call to action to get the medications right? For the GTMRx Institute, you bring together an elite group of health policy influencers…
By William Hersh MD – One of the most widely cited papers I have written in the last decade has been one on competencies in clinical informatics for medical education. For the most part, these 13 competencies have stood the test of time…
By Austin Dobson – With the scope and scale of the novel corona virus outbreak growing, many health IT leaders are doing their part to mitigate the disease’s impact. The virus will likely stress the physical healthcare delivery systems (diagnostic labs, inpatient beds, emergency departments,) as well as IT infrastructure.
By Robert Kowalik – US hospitals are straining under the weight of an influenza season that hit hard and fast, with the CDC estimating at least 280,000 flu hospitalizations out of a minimum of 29 million flu illnesses between Oct. 11, 2019 and Feb. 15, 2020.
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 Medidata, Project ALS, Singularity.ai, physIQ, US Veteran’s Affairs, Replete, CommonWell Health Alliance, Health at Scale, Viz.ai, & RapidAI.
By David Conejo – Of the nation’s 3.5 trillion in annual health care spending, 90 percent is for people with chronic and mental health conditions. How long can this continue? Can healthcare institutes afford not to engage in the 2020 wave of preventative care healthcare disruption?
By Katherine H. Capps – Actionizing may not be a real word, but it’s what comes to mind as I reflect on what we heard from health care changemakers at our February 6 GTMRx Institute and Bipartisan Policy Center event in Washington, DC less than two weeks ago.