By John Halamka MD – After nearly 25 years in Boston, I’m beginning a new journey at Mayo Clinic in the role of president, Mayo Clinic Platform. Many colleagues have asked me about the transition.Read More
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 Xconomy, Syft, Tampa General Hosp., Secure Exchange Solutions, GLHC, Veeva Systems, UCHealth, AHA, & the CMS AI Health Outcomes Challange.
By John Halamka MD – Recently I had the honor of keynoting at a major announcement from Apple, Aetna and CVS/Caremark. I’d summarize the message as “Digital Health has arrived and is now mainstream, fully embraced by the major stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem.”
By John Halamka MD – In a previous blog post, I shared an excerpt from the new book that Paul Cerrato and I just completed, The Transformative Power of Mobile Medicine. Here is a second excerpt from Chapter 3, “Exploring the Strengths and Weaknesses of Mobile Health Apps.”
By John Halamka MD – In a recent blog post, I talked about the new book that Paul Cerrato and I just completed, The Transformative Power of Mobile Medicine. In that post, we shared the Preface to the book in the hope that it might pique readers’ interest in mobile health.
By John Halamka, MD and Paul Cerrato, MA – We wanted to share the Preface of our third book, The Transformative Power of Mobile Medicine with readers and have included it along with a link to Elsevier’s web site for those interested in reading the entire book.
The transforming technology of Virtual Care from product news, to industry updates, to thought leader articles. News from Wound Care Advantage, Cedars-Sinai, GIBLIB, Health Navigator, Winona Health, Bright.md, Pivot Point Consulting, GlobalMed, and Synzi.
By John Halamka MD – With the BIDMC-Lahey merger planning and the new cloud hosted Meditech go lives of my day job, plus the usual Fall conference commitments, and my new work with the Gates Foundation, blogging has fallen behind.
With over $37 Billion spent on the EHR Incentive programs, what can we say looking back and what should we do moving forward? The NEJM ask just those questions to six people who we trust to give us some insight.