By Camille Cook – It is widely understood that health happens outside of the healthcare ecosystem, so why do we continue utilizing traditional clinical records, derived from a single source, for health outcomes analysis and predictions?Read More
By Guy Yehiav – IoT adoption across healthcare has created unprecedented volumes of data to leverage for improved patient outcomes. The power of that data is wide-ranging from treating traumatic injuries to monitoring medical device performance and confirming HIPAA compliance.
By Matt Dickson – Referrals can be a stressful transition for patients especially at a time when they are experiencing an escalation of care or change in diagnosis. Quality health outcomes depend upon patients’ adherence to recommended treatment regimens and that starts by providing patients with clear expectations and visibility into their care transitions.
By William Hersh MD – I first entered the informatics field in the late 1980s, at the tail end of the first era of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine. Initial systems focused on making medical diagnoses using symbolic processing, which was appropriate for a time of relatively little digital data.
By Leslie Hoyt – In healthcare, whether you’re a technology vendor, provider, hospital executive or clinical staff member, the collective goal is to help patients get better by efficiently working together.
Clinical process improvement (CPI) is vital to improving financial performance and patient outcomes, according to a panel of leading healthcare executives interviewed by C-Suite Resources for a report released by LogicStream Health.
By Dr. Arlene Bierman – We are only just beginning to harness the power of “real world data” to provide the evidence needed to improve health care quality, safety, and outcomes.
By Brita Hansen MD – The era of modern medicine has produced groundbreaking discoveries that have helped save countless lives. But despite their value to patient care, these discoveries also place a heavy burden on providers and their organizations.
By Todd Plesko – Give humans too many competing demands on their mental bandwidth, and they become less and less effective at completing important tasks.