Wikipedia Article on Opioid Epidemic

Medical Mime - EHR

Wikipedia has a detailed and well researched article on the Opioid epidemic. The article covers a wide range of aspects, including causes, effects, demographics, and how the US federal, state and local governments reacted to the crisis.

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WSJ Article on MD Referrals & Leakage: Beware of Premature Conclusions

E-CareManagement Blog

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently published an article entitled The Hidden System That Explains How Your Doctor Makes Referrals. My beef with the article is that it guides readers toward premature conclusions. Here are 5 issues that are addressed in the article.

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This is Not a Nick Jonas Article

Insulin Nation

My web browser history has way too many urls leading to articles on the Kardashians than I am comfortable admitting, and Insulin Nation writes probably half a dozen articles each year about big-name folks with Type 1.

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Lead article in influential journal proposes weaving participatory medicine into clinician education

Society for Participatory Medicine

A newly released peer-reviewed article hints at progress: formally introducing patient perspectives into not just the practice of medicine but into the framework of competencies by which new physicians are measured and certified. Accessing article content.

7 Questions Are Shaping the Patient Digital Health Platform Ecosystem — HIN Article

E-CareManagement Blog

My article “Seven Questions Shaping the Patient Digital Health Platform Ecosystem” is published in the February 2015 issue of Healthcare Innovation News. You can download a copy of the article by clicking here.

NEJM perspective article about Big Data in Healthcare

Medicine and Technology

Sebastian Schneeweiss recently wrote an interesting perspective article in the NEJM about big data in health care. He writes: Two key “learning” applications of big health care data that hold the promise of improving patient care are the generation of new knowledge about the effectiveness of treatments and the prediction of outcomes.

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Understanding 6 trends shaping health care through gastroenterology

KevinMD

If you throw a pebble today, it's likely to land on an article that talks about how artificial intelligence and its brother — machine learning — are changing health care.

Health 2.0: Applications that change the world

Mobi Health News

A recent article from the HIMSS Insights global eBook looked at the use of digital technologies in healthcare in the developing world

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Will artificial intelligence be able to have this conversation?

KevinMD

In a recent New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst article, there was a compelling argument for how artificial intelligence (AI) of the future will help deliver us from a high cost, […].

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Millennials want convenient care

KevinMD

The Kaiser Health News article, " Spurred By Convenience, Millennials Often Spurn The ‘Family Doctor’ Model ," caught my eye.

Is there a future for robot-assisted surgery?

KevinMD

Recently, there was a fascinating article in the Wall Street Journal regarding robot-assisted surgery.

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Getting to a minimum viable product (MVP) health care app: Partner with physicians

KevinMD

The article is filed under the keywords “AI,” “Watson,” “health,” “health care,” and “Doctor: This product is a piece of s**t.” Over the course of several years, IBM’s fledgling Watson for Oncology program has received a wide range of reviews.

Babylon's AI passes mockup of UK's GP exam, goes head-to-head with doctors

Mobi Health News

Correction: A previous version of this article misstated Babylon's total funding

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Telemedicine adoption inconsistent across Latin American countries

Mobi Health News

According to new research article published in Health Affairs Global Policy, 65 percent of hospitals in Chile have adopted the technology compared to only 25 percent in Colombia

Why It Is Vital to Improve Access to Behavioral Health and How Telemedicine Can DO It.

eVisit

If you came upon this article looking for help because you are contemplating suicide, please call The National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 and get help now.

Reading the VC Tea Leaves – Predictions for 2018

Digital Health

I figure this is a good way to start off the year so have reprinted a mildly expanded version of the article, which first […]. I started off the year with an interview with Oliver Wyman Health, one of the top global healthcare consulting firms.

Many digital health solutions lack evidence: How physicians can help

KevinMD

To get a taste of the potential of where health and technology are going, you only need to look as far the recent Fortune article titled, “ Prepare for a Digital Health Revolution ," or to search through the more than 300,000. Technology makes this an exciting time for health care.

Popular Types of Workout Trainer Apps and How to Build One

Healthcare Guys

This article lists popular types of fitness apps, their features, monetization strategies, and costs

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Changing the Telehealth Industry With Artificial Intelligence

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. The article Changing the Telehealth Industry With Artificial Intelligence appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Illegal copying is prohibited.

Patients, Health Consumers, People, Citizens: Who Are We In America?

Health Populi

In full disclosure, last year when this issue was being curated, I was part of a team that proposed to submit an article for the publication, but our submission was not accepted]. “Patients as Consumers” is the theme of the Health Affairs issue for March 2019.

Small or Solo Practices considering telehealth

Clocktree

We liked this article on mHealth Intelligence that offers advice for small and solo practices who are considering offering telehealth services. The article lists six high level assessments when making a decision: Is it supportable across all devices? The article goes on to give advice for those who have chosen a platform and are ready to get started. One important consideration that is not mentioned in this article is the cost associated with various telehealth platforms.

Extract valuable insights with Healthcare Data Management

Healthcare Guys

This is a blog article on how healthcare enterprises can make use of data technologies to optimize their business operations and increase their revenue

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Millennials turning to convenient, cost-effective alternatives to healthcare

Clocktree

A recent article in The Washington Post highlights the many ways Millennials are changing the healthcare industry through their expectation of convenient, cost-transparent services. ” Read the whole article. This includes ditching the traditional primary care physician for a combination of walk-in clinics and telemedicine services that are instantly available.

Artificial Intelligence Is the New Operating System In Healthcare

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Artificial Intelligence Is the New Operating System In Healthcare appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Pauline Farris, who speaks Portuguese, English, Spanish and Italian.

How to Develop a Professional Medical App for Doctors

Healthcare Guys

This article presents key points to be considered before investing into medical mobile app development Apps for medical professionals provide new ways to improve healthcare services and patients’ outcomes.

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What If Marie Kondo Reorganized Health Care in the U.S.?

Health Populi

Read this insightful article on data hoarding to spot the opportunity for cleaning up and, I daresay, sharing and securing data. Have you read the life changing magic of tidying up , or Spark Joy , books by Marie Kondo ?

The biggest innovation in health is here. And you’re probably using it.

KevinMD

Every week, a new article comes out promising disruption of medical care as we know it through personalized genetic therapy, app extensions that transform smartphones into ultrasounds or autonomous surgical robots. Health care is obsessed with new technology.

For Your Radar — Huge Implications for Healthcare in Pending Privacy Legislation

E-CareManagement Blog

Two recent articles in The Washington Post and AP News will help you get up to speed. Read the rest of our article on The Health Care Blog. by Vince Kuraitis and Deven McGraw. Two years ago we wouldn’t have believed it — the U.S.

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Exciting Aspects of Healthcare Mobile App Development

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Exciting Aspects of Healthcare Mobile App Development appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Ritesh Patil, co-founder, Mobisoft Infotech.

Managing Digital Health Regulatory Uncertainty

Medical Connectivity

This Forbes article has a good discussion about complexities that can arise when diagnostic tools are placed in the hands of consumers without the active involvement of clinicians.

How the media loves to talk about loneliness among older adults

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Shall we take this WSJ article at face value? From this WSJ article “ Americans More than Ever are Aging Alone ,” what’s it say? Part of the problem with articles like these is that they become inferential instruments for mission-motivated vendors to use in a pitch. “We

How to Help College Grads Transition Into Medical Careers

Electronic Health Reporter

If you know a student who will soon be graduating with a degree in any kind of medical discipline, this article is for you. The article How to Help College Grads Transition Into Medical Careers appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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Blockchain Not a Cure for EHR Interoperability

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Blockchain Not a Cure for EHR Interoperability appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By James D’Arezzo, CEO, Condusiv Technologies.

Virtual reality: From the OR to the patient bedside

Christina's Considerations

But, I'm still trying and just had a new article published after several months. I haven't written much these last few months, because my typing accuracy and speed have not been the best. Some of you may remember the old. Health Information Technology and Telehealth Healthy Children and Families Hospitals & Health Systems The Patient Experience

3 Healthcare Technology Advances Transforming the Industry

Electronic Health Reporter

The article 3 Healthcare Technology Advances Transforming the Industry appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

Big Data in Healthcare: Tapping New Insights To Save Lives

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Big Data in Healthcare: Tapping New Insights To Save Lives appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Kurt Walker, editor and copywriter, Collegeessaywriter.com. The healthcare industry is enormous.

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A psychiatrist’s perspective on the digital pill

KevinMD

My initial reactions were similar to several of those who were interviewed for the article. One of my readers, Natalie, wondered about my thoughts about the digital pill.

Could Telehealth Services Help Stop the Opioid Crisis?

Clocktree

Jamey Lister from US News wrote an article on the possibilities of using telehealth technology to help reach rural areas suffering from the opioid crisis. The opioid crisis in America is hurting communities all around the country.

Harnessing Innovation to Serve and Create Value for Patients

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Harnessing Innovation to Serve and Create Value for Patients appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

MedTech Advancements Supporting Mental Health Treatments

Electronic Health Reporter

The article MedTech Advancements Supporting Mental Health Treatments appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Dariya Lopukhina, content director, Anadea. Mental health affects everyone at some point in our lives.