By Patrick Higley – The TRUSTED framework was developed to support health system leaders across a multitude of disciplines align on the most important elements of responsible AI development and deployment.Read More
By Emily Newton – More medical facility leaders are unveiling health care automation strategies to boost worker productivity, patient outcomes, resource utilization and more. However, these efforts must always support health IT goals.
By Susan Clark – You may have seen my recent appearance on a webcast discussing justice-involved individuals and their coordination of care and wondered, “Why would someone who has never worked in the justice system have insights on this topic?” Let’s jump in my way-back machine to explore the origin.
By Jim Tate – It is time to talk about the role of AI in clinical decision support. There is a world of difference between evidence-based CDS and predictive-based CDS. Here are some key differences:
By Hiren Thakkar – Inadequate ethnic diversity in clinical trials, tight eligibility criteria, delayed or missing prescription recommendations for certain communities, and access gaps affecting global health are all hot topics in academia, business, and government.
By Julie Frey – The demand for mental health services is outstripping the ability of providers to keep up. A recent report by the American Psychological Association found that 38% of psychologists have seen an increase in the number of people on their waiting list, increasing their workloads by 26%.
By Rae Ellen Bichell – As one of the nation’s more than 1,000 federally designated primary care shortage areas, Costilla County has many carrots to dangle in front of medical providers willing to practice there, including federal student loan repayments, bonus Medicare payments, and expedited visas for foreign clinicians.
By Karis Grounds & Timi Leslie – When people are in crisis—whether it’s from a community disaster or a critical need for food, housing, and financial support—it’s hard for them to know where to turn.
By Jim Tate – Decision support intervention systems are designed to enhance healthcare delivery by providing evidence-based, data-driven insights and recommendations, aiming to improve patient outcomes, reduce errors, and promote efficiency in healthcare settings. Now, with the introduction of AI into healthcare technology we have entered the realm of predictive-based alerts and recommendations.