By Sridhar Nemala – Applied artificial intelligence is changing the way clinicians diagnose and treat patients. AI will never replace clinicians, but it is already empowering decision-making. Advances in data collection and analysis are making a real-world impact on the treatment of chronic, underdiagnosed conditions, such as…Read More
By Monica Bolbjerg MD – The embrace of telehealth during the COVID-19 response marked a tipping point in U.S. healthcare. The public health crisis ushered in long-awaited regulatory and financial support for virtual encounters, significantly accelerating the pace of digital health adoption.
By Pooja Babbrah – Healthcare delivery has been shifting over the past few years away from traditional sites of care, such as hospitals and clinics, to alternative sites of care, such as urgent care clinics and ambulatory surgical centers.
By William Hersh MD – The rationale and implementation for reading data from the electronic health record and other clinical sources is relatively simple and straightforward. Especially now enshrined into law in the US by the 21st Century Cures Rule, and standardized by the FHIR application programming interface, accessing data for reading by clinicians, patients, and others is here to stay.
By Sarah Kwon – Soon, Apple announced recently, it will enable doctors to monitor health data from their patients’ phones and watches between visits, part of the push into health care that Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, has declared will constitute the company’s greatest contribution to mankind.
By Janet Rae-Dupree – Medical professionals have been storing personal health information in electronic form for more than a decade, but it is cumbersome for patients to gather disparate computer and paper records scattered across doctors’ offices, hospitals and medical labs.
By Art Gross – Isn’t it wonderful how technology has made medical care more accessible? Not only can medical professionals be mobile and go TO their patients, but patients can now take ownership via apps and devices…
By Abhinav Shashank – Digital disruption, in any industry, comes in waves. While other industries have benefitted from modern technology, healthcare has some catching up to do.
By Art Gross – Inmediata Health Group, Corp., a provider of clearinghouse services, software, and business processing solutions to health plans, hospitals, IPAs, and independent physicians recently announced a security incident affecting some customer data.