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How data and technology influence health in ways that doctors don’t

KevinMD

In theory, the widespread adoption of health information technology (HIT) and integrated applications can improve patients’ access to their health information and facilitate patient-centered care. In reality, this increased reliance on patient-facing technologies and data derived from connected devices, machine learning, and artificial intelligence can widen gaps in access, create new barriers to health equity, Read more… How data and technology influence health in ways that doctors don

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Digital therapeutics should work 'like magic' to succeed in clinical care

Mobi Health News

At HIMSS23, panelists explained how digital therapeutics must appeal to all healthcare stakeholders – including clinicians, patients, hospitals and payers – to work well in clinical settings.

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The Role of Companion Apps In Preventive Healthcare

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. According to a report by the World Health Organization, digital health technologies such as companion apps have the potential to transform healthcare delivery by improving health outcomes, reducing healthcare costs, and enhancing the patient’s experience. […] The article The Role of Companion Apps In Preventive Healthcare appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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Where hospital-at-home and clinical informatics are heading

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Enterprise Taxonomy: Node settings: Exclude from Accelerate RSS feed

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Transform Clinical Communication With Role-based Messaging

Effective collaboration among all care team members is critical to delivering better patient outcomes. A key element to achieving effective collaboration is through the implementation of a clinical communication and collaboration platform. In a fast-paced, high-stress and critical environment, people tend to do whatever gets the job done. Therefore will scramble and use the systems, people, or processes around them to get an outcome more quickly - which can often be at the expense of quality.

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Why Innovation Management Matters in Healthcare: Boosting Positive Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Dan Pichette, executive vice president, Output. When we think of innovation in healthcare, what comes to mind? For many, it may be fancy diagnostic machines or breakthrough drug therapies. But sometimes, it can be […] The article Why Innovation Management Matters in Healthcare: Boosting Positive Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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Q&A: Dell on creating unbiased AI in healthcare

Mobi Health News

At HIMSS23, Steven Lazer, global healthcare and life sciences chief technology officer at Dell Technologies, joined MobiHealthNews to discuss Dell's work within digital health.

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Bolstering Health Literacy in a Little Book: Burn Prevention and Care With “The Family Oops”

Health Populi

About 180,000 deaths are attributable to burns each year, according to the World Health Organization. Non-fatal burns are a leading cause of morbidity. The good news is that burns are preventable, and we learn several terrific strategies for doing so from The Family Oops and Burns First Aid. This mighty little book, all of 28 pages and measuring 5.5 x 5.5″ square, packs a huge amount of self-care knowledge about burn prevention and treatment for home and workplace — the two sites whe

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Revolutionizing crime-solving with AI: How ChatGPT-4 can unlock critical evidence in unsolved cases

KevinMD

Artificial intelligence (AI) has significantly advanced in various fields, including health care, finance, and education. One of the most promising areas for AI application is criminology, which has the potential to transform how criminal investigations are conducted. The groundbreaking capabilities of ChatGPT-4 have the potential to revolutionize criminology by aiding forensic science, crime scene analysis, Read more… Revolutionizing crime-solving with AI: How ChatGPT-4 can unlock critical evid

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Virtual reality companies XRHealth and Amelia Virtual Care merge

Mobi Health News

The companies will become one company under the XRHealth brand.

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Guide to Business Writing

Everything you need to know about better business writing in one place. This is a complete guide to business writing — from a clear business writing definition to tips on how to hone your business writing skills.

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Teladoc-Philips partnership enables neonatal virtual care in rural Queensland

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

A new virtual care programme is providing round-the-clock access to neonatal care in rural Queensland. US-based companies Royal Philips and Teladoc have tied up to help deliver the Neonatal Virtual Care programme to hospital chain Mater. The said programme, which was co-designed by the Mayo Clinic, provides patients, parents and bedside clinicians in Central Queensland with 24/7 access to senior neonatologist support.

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Health Care Financing: How Inflation and Health Care Prices Could Hit the U.S. Consumer

Health Populi

In the U.S. in 2021, per person health care spending increased by nearly 15%, reversing 2020’s spending decline of 3.5% in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest Health Care Cost and Utilization Report from the Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) details health spending in 2021, dissecting the change in terms of utilization of services and prices by category.

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Revolutionizing patient care: the power of AI and GPTs in health care and combating physician burnout

KevinMD

Artificial intelligence (AI) and generative pre-trained transformers (GPTs) have made significant advancements in recent years, with potential applications in various industries. The health care sector stands to benefit significantly from AI and GPTs, as they offer promising solutions for improving patient care, diagnostics, and treatment. This article will discuss the role of leading AI models Read more… Revolutionizing patient care: the power of AI and GPTs in health care and combating physici

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Ultromics receives Breakthrough Device Designation for AI cardiac amyloidosis tool and more digital health briefs

Mobi Health News

Click Therapeutics has begun a clinical trial for its episode migraine digital therapeutic, and Digital Diagnostics is offering its AI-backed diabetic retinopathy screening at select Labcorp locations.

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Ambiq’s neuralSPOT HeartKit™ enables Real-Time Heart Monitoring AI Applications

Ambiq®, a leading developer of ultra-low-power semiconductor solutions that deliver a multifold increase in energy efficiency, introduces HeartKit, its latest addition to neuralSPOT. This optimized AI model enables running various real-time heart monitoring applications to help users and their healthcare providers quickly identify any irregular events to take necessary actions.

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Roundup: Sunshine Private live with Kyra EMR, MedicalDirector and more briefs

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Sunshine Private Hospital live with Kyra EMR, MedicalDirector Sunshine Private Hospital in Melbourne's west has gone live with Telstra Health's Kyra Clinical EMR system and MedicalDirector solutions. Kyra EMR, which provides real-time access to patient information anytime and anywhere, helps streamline care delivery at the newly opened 75-bed facility.

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Observations about AI and older adults

Aging in Place Technology Watch

It’s a scary time to think about AI. Healthcare workers are nervous, professional caregivers think it’s too early. To read the media, reporters are sharing their anxiety. AI is terrifying about the possibility of making people (and journalists) obsolete or initiating accidental destruction and havoc. Doctors worry about the elimination of whole specialties like radiology and educators are in a tizzy trying to determine the real author of student projects.

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The unintended consequences of feeding company data into ChatGPT: a guide to safeguarding your intellectual property

KevinMD

As artificial intelligence continues to evolve, businesses are increasingly integrating AI-powered tools, such as ChatGPT by OpenAI, to enhance productivity and automate processes. However, using these tools without understanding the implications of feeding proprietary data into them can lead to unintended consequences, as demonstrated by the recent Samsung incident.

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Amazon pulls the plug on Halo health tracking devices

Mobi Health News

The company will stop supporting its Halo division effective July 31, just three years after its inception.

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The 2023 Behavioral Health Industry Report

This report explores current issues in the behavioral health industry in 2023. Topics covered include quantitative statistics describing the overall increase in behavioral health issues, the impact of psychologist and staff burnout, how HIPAA compliance is once again at the top of our minds & much more!

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Parkview Health gets 70% of patients onto Epic portal, home of its telehealth programs

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Parkview Health System, based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has incorporated its telemedicine programs into a larger digital health strategy aimed at meeting patients wherever they have a need for care. THE PROBLEM Prior to the pandemic, Parkview Health had many of these technologies in place, but only in small pilot areas, because the ability to gain wide adoption from providers and patients was hindered by numerous insurance constraints.

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How to Build An Effective CDMO Partnership In BioPharma?

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. In the rapidly-evolving landscape of biopharmaceuticals, it has become increasingly important for companies to establish effective partnerships in order to stay competitive. One such partnership that has gained popularity in recent years is the collaboration […] The article How to Build An Effective CDMO Partnership In BioPharma?

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What I’ve learned from 10,000 needle procedures

KevinMD

How can health care professionals put patients at ease before and during stressful procedures? A new virtual reality (VR) technology might be the answer for millions of patients with fears and concerns about visiting the clinic. Needles are the most common office procedure, and needle fear is nearly universal in young children. Studies show nearly Read more… What I’ve learned from 10,000 needle procedures originally appeared in KevinMD.com.

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PicnicHealth, Roche partner to accelerate neurological disease research

Mobi Health News

Roche will leverage PicnicHealth's real-world datasets for Alzheimer’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease-related dementia and myasthenia gravis.

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Patient Engagement & Cultural Competence Training Roadmap: A Guide to Reducing Staff Burnout

Speaker: Dr. Mauvareen Beverley, Patient Engagement and Cultural Competence Specialist

If you’re a healthcare provider, chances are you have experienced symptoms of burnout yourself or have colleagues who are currently facing extreme career dissatisfaction. One of the many ways to partially alleviate burnout is active patient engagement. By engaging with patients to understand their needs and preferences, healthcare providers can develop treatments tailored to the individual patient.

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Roundup: Seoul National University Hospital promotes AI-powered early autism diagnosis and more briefs

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Seoul National University Hospital opens living lab to promote early autism diagnosis Seoul National University Hospital in South Korea has opened a living laboratory which aims to promote the early diagnosis and personalised treatment of autism spectrum disorder. The lab, which consists of four spaces: an interaction room, a gaze tracking room, an observation room, and a family counselling room, will collect live health data from children with autism, such as voice, language, and gaze.

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Using Untapped Data To Inform Opioid Stewardship In the Hospital

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Richard Dion, PharmD, pharmacy clinical program manager for clinical surveillance and compliance, Wolters Kluwer Health. In recent years, the data collected by health systems has skyrocketed in volume. Unfortunately, studies show that up to […] The article Using Untapped Data To Inform Opioid Stewardship In the Hospital appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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New AI-driven long COVID app coming soon to individual, enterprise customers

FierceHealthIT

New AI-driven long COVID app coming soon to individual, enterprise customers agliadkovskaya Wed, 04/26/2023 - 14:04

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New app personalises sleep cycle for hospital shift workers

Mobi Health News

It provides recommendations for sleep timing based on their work and personal calendar and records of sleep/wake times and mood.

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How to Battle Layoffs: The Career Star Accelerator Bootcamp

Facing layoffs in your organization? Support your team members' career transition with Career Star Accelerator Bootcamp: Custom Resume & LinkedIn Revamp + 6 Weeks of Career Coaching. Our certified resume writers will create job search-winning resumes and LinkedIn profiles while they work with a career coach to learn unique strategies to stand out, attract the right employers, automate their job search, and land their dream job.

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Maximizing Healthcare Data Starts with a Human-Centric Approach

Healthcare IT Today

The following is a guest article by Chris Anello, Director of Digital Platforms at iTech AG The COVID-19 pandemic pushed healthcare organizations to the edge and exposed both challenges and opportunities related to public health data. Some of these opportunities come down to basics of data interoperability and data sharing—challenges highlighted in a GAO report published last fall.

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What Do Medicare Parts A, B, C, D Mean?

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. Medicare is a federal health insurance program in the United States that provides coverage to people 65 or older and some younger people with specific disabilities. The program is divided into several parts, covering different […] The article What Do Medicare Parts A, B, C, D Mean?

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Home care industry touts bipartisan bill to expand Medicare in-home benefits, reimbursement

FierceHealthIT

Home care industry touts bipartisan bill to expand Medicare in-home benefits, reimbursement dmuoio Mon, 04/24/2023 - 14:08

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