By Velvet Thorne – An organization’s computers may run on the most powerful software in the world, but if the servers aren’t plugged in, the system will be, shall we say…ineffective. Same goes for the primary care provider office.Read More
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Black Book™ surveyed 3,300 healthcare organizations including over 1,600 coding professionals, to determine the top-performing vendors among in-demand computer-assisted coding, clinical documentation improvement software, speech recognition, transcription systems and…
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 The FH Foundation, Interlad, Zebra Medical Vision, doc.ai, Enlitic, Omega Medical Imaging, Treatment Technologies & Insights,, & Wave App.
By Arlene Bierman MD, MS, Cindy Brach, MPP, & Brent Sandmeyer, MPH – Health systems built on a strong foundation of primary care achieve better health outcomes. Healthcare delivery, however, accounts for only 20 percent of population health.
By Charlie Goldberg – Imagine the future when you go to your doctor to be treated for some sort of ailment. After collecting and entering key data into an app, she’s presented with a clinical diagnosis and optimal course of treatment, including the correct medications.
By William Hersh – One of the most highly viewed posts of this blog is a 2015 posting, What is the Difference (If Any) Between Informatics and Data Science. One critique I have had of data science is the focus of most work on only showing prediction and not implementing prescription.
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 Novant Health, Jvion, Compulink Healthcare Solutions, InveniAI, Lark Health, Omron Healthcare, Change Healthcare, & Wolters Kluwer, Health.
The future of healthcare digitization is exciting and transformative, and data will be the foundation to accelerate that change. HAS 19 will showcase data as both a fundamental survival strategy and as an innovative approach for thriving in the new world of digital healthcare.
New studies include Millennials’ Relationship with Health Care, mergers and acquisitions, the cost of healthcare breaches and a multilayered analysis of Telehealth. Check them out.