iReceivables Blog Series-Part 1

Perficient

In my iReceivables blog series, I’ll give a high level overview of iReceivables, its pros and cons and will also provide some tips for a successful implementation based on experience I’ve gained over the years.

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Four Technology Health and Aging Blog Posts from September 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Here are four blog posts from September 2018: Investors continue to salivate over health tech. Blog posts received in email can also be read in their original form on the website: Aging in Place Technology Watch.]. September always seems like a short month.

Recapping the most-read blog posts from 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Here are the most-read blog posts from 2018 – take another look if you missed them. NOTE TO READERS: If you receive this blog in an email, please click here to see the full post on Aging in Place Technology Watch website where if you like, you can comment. Fewer software platforms, but new and more interesting offerings. Two major changes happened in 2018 that are having and will continue to help older adults.

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Six Health and Aging Technology Blog Posts from October 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Here are six blog posts from October 2018: What is Caregiving Technology, Anyway? October – autumn leaves drift down and large events gear up. Traversing the trade show world, so much tech, so little time. And other shows await, including Aging 2.0

Four Health and Aging Technology Blog Posts from November 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Warning -- this is not a blog post about what to give to seniors. A short month saw plenty of food – and provided food for thought. Many (54 million!) traveled during the US Thanksgiving holiday, according to AAA.

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Four technology (health and aging) blog posts from August 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Here are the blog posts from the month: Best Buy Acquires GreatCall – What’s it Mean for Best Buy? Vacations and out of office messages – it must have been August. Some have said that there is no point in attempting a business meeting, even online, for August.

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Four Blog Posts (and concerns) That You May have Missed

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Here are four blog posts to take a look at in this sleepy week: Time to Worry about Your Data. Considering the dog days of summer. Dog days – these are the hottest days of summer , according to that Oracle of modern culture, Wikipedia.

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Starting to blog again

Healthcare Exchange Standards

Sorry to my audience for not getting much from my blog lately. Some blog topics: IHE (ITI and possibly others) Plans for next year. You can try to use my blog " Ask Me A Question The transition to working life again has been distracting me. I am very sick of forms. I realize that I benefit from the forms being online using browser from the comfort of my home. I can only imagine a few years ago when all of this training and forms would be in-person and on paper.

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Aging in Place Technology – Four Blog posts from April 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

At any rate, here are the four blog posts from the month of April. April showers, daffodils and other flowers. Depending on where you went in April you could experience spring multiple times – each time buds and birds emerging.

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Aging in Place Technology – Five Blog posts from May 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

It’s Not About Your Grandmother – 10 Steps Before Launching! You want to launch a boomer/senior, home health tech, caregiving, product or service. Or other.

Aging in Place Technology – Four Blog posts from March 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

The four blog posts from March are: 2018 Technology Market Overview updated and published. The tech ideas of March -- change incremental or disruptive.

Aging in Place Technology – Five Blog Posts from June 2018

Aging in Place Technology Watch

Here are four blog posts from June: Four technology categories to remotely monitor a caregiver. Note: For those who want to see the original blog post (and all of the other site content), please visit www.ageinplacetech.com.]. In a short month, heard lots about caregiving and hearing. You have 'conversed' with an older person who cannot hear well without hearing aids but owns an expensive pair which are highly adjustable.

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Blog review of 2015

Healthcare Exchange Standards

I blogged half as many articles as last year, and yet my readership only dropped by 16%. I wish I had more than 28 blog articles this year to give you. I am amazed at all you loyal readers. Falling mostly in the category of FHIR, Consent/AccessControl, or De-Identification. I hope that they were useful. Thanks.

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TelepresenceOptions blog features the Educator

American Well Blog

The post TelepresenceOptions blog features the Educator appeared first on American Well. The folks at TelepresenceOptions.com posted an in-depth review of the Educator and thoughts on the move towards more collaborative spaces. As organizations require improved collaboration among their members and more from the spaces that support this collaboration, the Educator can bridge the gaps that exist with these solutions today.

Role of Big Data in the Healthcare Industry – Hidden Brains Blog

Healthcare Guys

This blog reiterates advantages of big data analytics solutions in the healthcare industry and all stakeholders. Our expert writer has explained in detail about digital transformation everyone can see with big data in healthcare industry

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The Diabetic Champion: Clifford's New Blog!

Bridge Writes

Tonight we have started him his own blog, with a name that is definitely fitting, and one he chose all by himself. For those interested, please direct yourself over to his blog at: [link] And read through, I know he''d love to receive some comments

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D Blog Week: Accomplishments Big and Small

Bridge Writes

We don’t always realize it, but each one of us had come a long way since diabetes first came into our life. It doesn’t matter if it’s been 5 weeks, 5 years or 50 years, you’ve done something outstanding diabetes-wise.

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My goal for 2017? Be a better problem solver.

Design for Health

Blog Guides & Frameworks

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CMS BLOG: Medicare for All? Just another name for a government-run, single payer system

The CMS Blog

CMS BLOG: Medicare for All? Just another name for a government-run, single payer system. keya.joy-bush@…. Fri, 11/02/2018 - 21:32. Seema Verma, Administrator, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services . Topic. Coverage. Medicare Part C. Medicare Part D. November 2, 2018. Medicare for All? Just another name for a government-run, single payer system. If your instincts tell you something is too good to be true, then maybe it is.

D Blog Week: Day #4 Fantasy Device

Bridge Writes

When I envision a fantasy D device I think about KITT from Knight Rider. I don’t know why but I imagine a device with the same voice that can be transferred into the car when it comes time to drive. This device will alert you of highs and lows 1 hr before they are set to occur.

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D Blog Week: Memories: A Few Moments In Time Could Save a Life!

Bridge Writes

I have to say I pretty much remember almost every single significant event that has happened in our life due to Diabetes now for the past three years.

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D Blog Week: Day #3 One thing to improve….

Bridge Writes

Well that’s really quite simple now isn’t is…. Clifford’s pancreas!!!! I’d definitely improve that… Ah but we are speaking “realistically” what we can improve.

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D Blog Week: DAY 1 Find a Friend

Bridge Writes

So this year I am participating in the 3rd Annual D Blog week. We’re kicking off D blog week by making new connections. The one blog that I read pretty much daily is Meri’s Blog at: Our Diabetic Life. Click here for the list of 192 participants in this years D blog week This is my 2nd year participating and I really enjoy it. Today is Day 1, and with Day 1 today’s topic is Find a Friend.

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D Blog Week: Day #5 What they should know…

Bridge Writes

Today's D-Blog Prompt : "Let’s borrow a topic from a #dsma chat held last September. The tweet asked “What is one thing you would tell someone that doesn’t have diabetes about living with diabetes?”. Let’s do a little advocating and post what we wish people knew about diabetes. Have more than one thing you wish people knew? Go ahead and tell us everything." In short the one thing I would like everyone living without diabetes to know is this…………….We

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Why It's Time to Embrace Telemedicine

eVisit

What’s this new thing called Telemedicine? For starters, it’s not new! I t’s more than 40 years old and was developed as a way to use improvements in communication technology to bring quality medical diagnoses and care to individuals in remote parts of the world.

A farewell to blogs: FierceHospitals will explore what it takes to make hospitals the best-run organizations on the planet

FierceHealthIT

The Hospital Impact blog, launched in March 2005, introduced itself as “the first and only healthcare blog dedicated [to] current and emerging hospital leaders, thinkers, and enablers,” and its mission was to answer the question “what will it take for hospitals to be the best-run organizations on the face of the planet?”

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D Blog Week Day #2: One Great Thing

Bridge Writes

Living with Diabetes, (or caring for someone who lives with it) sure does take a lot of work, and it’s easy to be hard on ourselves if we aren’t “perfect”. But today it’s time to give ourselves some much deserved credit. Tell us about one diabetes thing you (or your loved one) does spectacularly! I definitely never like to toot my own horn that’s for sure. But one thing I think in “D” life that I do pretty decently is being the math portion of Clifford’s pancreas.

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Data Security: How eVisit protects your booty

eVisit

Telemedicine is easy, right?

Welcome!

Duane Boise

This is Duane Boise’s first post on his site devoted to tech in healthcare.

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The Opportunities And Challenges Of Medical Robots

Duane Boise

The medical field has long been defined by advances that make it easier to save lives every day. Medical robots are one such major advancement in modern medicine. They revolutionize the way that medical procedures are performed by executing tasks with efficiency and without human error.

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Remote Monitoring Devices Are The Future

Duane Boise

Technology is steadily involving and to think that it won’t affect the healthcare industry is an understatement. While many are looking to utilize phone apps to better reach patients, they should also be looking at how to use remote monitoring devices effectively as well.

IoT is Reinvigorating the Engineering Medical Device Market

Duane Boise

Blog Digital Health Wearable Technology digital health duane boise health health care Health industry medical medical industry wearable tech wearable technologyThe advancements in technology enable consumers to have mobile and wearable devices, which can also monitor and improve health.

New Battery Technology and Medical Innovations

Duane Boise

Blog Digital Health Medical Technology duane boise emed health healthcare Jamaica medicine medtechBattery technology is always advancing, constantly on the brink of a revolutionary development.

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Welcome to the CMS eHealth Blog

The CMS Blog

Welcome to the CMS eHealth blog. Upcoming blogs will highlight HIMSS sessions about eHealth and its programs, and we look forward to continuing the conversation as our eHealth programs reach key milestones over the coming months. By Robert Tagalicod, Director, Office of E-Health Standards and Services. Here you can find information about the eHealth initiative that CMS is launching at the annual HIMSS conference in New Orleans.

Using Artificial Intelligence to Invent New Medical Tests

Duane Boise

Blog Digital Health Medical Technology ai artificial intelligence duane boise emed jamaica healthcare medical medical testsArtificial Intelligence (AI) is the breakthrough medicine has been waiting for.

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How Virtual Reality Can Improve the Patient Experience in Healthcare

Duane Boise

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Using AI-Fueled Tech to Bring Digital Health Care to Millions

Duane Boise

Blog Digital Health Medical Technology ai artificial intelligence digital healthcare duane boise health healthcare tech technologyIn 2016, a study by Frost & Sullivan projected that the market for AI in healthcare would undergo a 40% percent growth rate by 2021 reaching a near 6.6

MedTech’s Role in Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

Duane Boise

Blog Medical Technology duane boise medical technology medtech opioid opioid epidemicThe current state of America’s opioid crisis is one of uncertainty and peril if we are to not make a change sooner than later.

Telehealth Reimbursement: Legally and Ethically Practicing Over State Lines Using a Consultative Model

TeleMental Health blog

The post Telehealth Reimbursement: Legally and Ethically Practicing Over State Lines Using a Consultative Model appeared first on TBH Institute Blog. Blog Telebehavioral Health webinars Telehealth Reimbursement YouTube Youtube Videos

How Emergency Medical Services Are Advancing And Why That’s Important

Duane Boise

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