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West Midlands AHSN call for medical drone project

Digital Health News

An Academic Health Science Network is urging businesses to come forward in support of a medical drone project in the West Midlands region.

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Propel@YH Boot Camp announces Nordic cohorts

Digital Health News

News accelerator programme ASHN Cuviva Dignacare Leeds Leviosa Lifeness Njord Medtech Propel@YH Senscom Smart Crowding Thula Visikon Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network Yorkshire & Humber AHSN

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Arrive Health Creates First-of-Its-Kind Medication Access Solution with Acquisition of Pharmacy Technology from UPMC Enterprises

Healthcare IT Today

Arrive Health , the leading provider of real-time benefit tools and integrated solutions that improve patient affordability, today announced the acquisition of a suite of innovative patient engagement and automation technologies developed by UPMC Enterprises and the UPMC Pharmacy Network.

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UK Canada Innovation Exchange funding competition launches

Digital Health News

UK and Canadian businesses can now apply to the UK Canada AgeTech Innovation Exchange to gain funding for a knowledge exchange visit.

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Medical Informatics Corp. Raises $27 Million in Financing to Help Hospitals Manage Staff Shortages and Create New Standard of Data-Driven Care

Healthcare IT Today

MIC augments health care organizations’ ability to access, harness and leverage data to streamline clinical workflows, address challenges such as staff shortages and critical care capacity and establish high-quality standards of care that enhance patient outcomes.

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Crossover Receives $168 Million in Series D

Healthcare IT Today

Crossover Health, a relationship-based, tech-enabled, national healthcare organization that integrates both virtual and in-person care for employers and health plans, today announced that it has raised $168 million in an oversubscribed Series D financing led by Deerfield Management Company.

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Clinical trial explores whether video conversations can prevent dementia in isolated seniors

Mobi Health News

Oregon Health & Science University's ongoing study has participants discussing memories and tapping their critical thinking skills multiple times each week

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'Much bigger than just a global pandemic': How hospitals can plan crisis EHR documentation

Mobi Health News

In a preview of their HIMSS22 panel, Serena Bumpus of Ascension and Stephanie Hoelscher of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center explain their Texas pilot study on crisis documentation during COVID-19 surges and how it could lessen the burden on nurses

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Using technology to self-manage diabetes results in healthy lifestyle choices

Mobi Health News

Following a study looking into how adults living with Type 2 diabetes use technology to self-monitor lifestyle and health behaviors, researchers from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio found that technology-assisted self-monitoring was safe and effective in generating positive health outcomes.

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VR rehab advancing prosthetic limb technology

Mobi Health News

Albert Chi, medical director of Muscle Integration at Oregon Health & Science University and patient Johnny Matheny demonstrate how nerve reassignment and VR rehab work to advance prosthetic limb technology

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Veredus Laboratories’ VereCoV detection kit obtains provisional approval for IVD use

Mobi Health News

Last week, Singapore-based Veredus Laboratories announced that it has obtained the Provisional Authorization from the Singapore Health Sciences Authority (HSA) for its VereCoV Detection Kit following the company’s rapid launch of this kit as a “Research Use Only” (RUO) test in late January, which was reported by MobiHealthNews here.

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Flow raises $1.5m, Healthy.io makes UTI test kits available in UK Boots pharmacies, and more news briefs

Mobi Health News

Also: ONCOassist unveils partnership with MSD; new vice chair for the Academic Health Science Network in England is appointed; NHS England and NHS Improvement name deputy chief people officer

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Texas surgeons perform first sinus surgery using AR

Mobi Health News

Earlier this month surgeons from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center became the first in the country to use AR during a minimally invasive sinus procedure. The uses of augmented reality have moved well beyond just catching Pokémon — now the technology has found its way into the operating room.

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PainChek receives Singapore regulatory clearance and signs agreement with Allium Healthcare

Mobi Health News

Hot on the heels on being granted a US patent for pain assessment invention last month, Australia-based PainChek, developer of the world’s first smart phone-based pain assessment and monitoring app, has received regulatory approval from Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA) for the use of the PainChek app in the market

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7 Innovative Technologies Making Healthcare More Productive and Efficient

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Amanda Jerelyn, health sciences tutor, Academist Help. Almost all innovations are capable of making health maintenance cost-effective and efficient.

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University of Kentucky to offer telehealth graduate certificate program

Clocktree

Recent studies show that 60% of millennials prefer the convenience and privacy of online health care to traditional in-person care. To address both trends, the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences is pioneering training in telehealth through a new graduate certificate program. The Graduate Certificate in Telehealth is the first of its kind among health sciences colleges and is the only telehealth certificate available in the state of Kentucky.

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New MIT Institute for Medical Engineering & Science (IMES)

Medicine and Technology

Recently, MIT launched their Institute for Medical Engineering & Science (IMES). The Institute for Medical Engineering and Science pioneers novel research and graduate education paradigms to advance health and educate leaders working at the convergence of engineering, science, and clinical medicine. Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology MITI miss being a student at MIT.

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Prenatal monitoring in South Dakota, inhaler sensors in Portugal, and more digital health deals

Mobi Health News

• Provider-focused telemedicine vendor SnapMD’s Virtual Care Management system will be used to teach students at the University of San Diego (USD) Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science about telehealth. In a class called “Telehealth and Emerging Technology”, students will learn the ins and outs of virtual visits

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50th Anniversary: Marking the Creation of the First Multi-Specialty Telemedicine Service and Telemedicine Education Programs

Arizona Telemedicine Program

The University of Arizona’s College of Medicine -- Tucson's new Health Sciences Innovation Building, scheduled to open in August, will include an “e-Classroom of the Future," designed by Ronald S. Although the education of medical and nursing students regarding telemedicine has lagged behind the implementation of telemedicine services, such as telestroke and telepsychiatry, that’s about to change.

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NHS Patient Data Could Generate Billions For UK, But Is It OK To Go Down That Road?

Healthcare IT Today

In her recent piece, EY global health sciences […]. Administration Ambulatory Analytics/Big Data EMR-EHR Genomics-Precision Medicine Health IT Company Healthcare IT HIM Hospital - Health System Security and Privacy EMR Data Sales EY Health Data Privacy Health Data Sales National Health Service Pamela Spence patient data UKI don’t know about you, but I don’t like the idea of governments selling off patient healthcare data.

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SPM members Lorraine & Gene Sacco’s story nominated for Emmy

Society for Participatory Medicine

Recently, the episode won 1st place in the 84th annual national headliners award in “Broadcast or Cable Television Health/Science Reporting,” was nominated for an Emmy (Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences) in the “Health/Science Program/Special” category for reporter Emily Riemer’s work. Posted today on our SPM Connect member forum by SPM vice-chair Joe Ternullo.

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HIMSS22 in Riyadh: Exploring cross-border collaboration in the Middle East

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

An expert panel will gather during the first day of the event to discuss how digital health can be improved via cross-border collaborations. Appearing in “ Cross-Border Collaborations: Improving Digital Health ” are Badar Awladthani of the Ministry of Health (MOH), Oman, Eng.

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Americans Worry About Medical Bankruptcy, With Prescription Drug Costs Also Playing Into Voters’ Concerns

Health Populi

are concerned that a major health event in their family would lead to bankruptcy, up 5 percent points over the past eighteen months. Fear Bankruptcy Due to Major Health Event. adults carry long-term medical debt, Gallup and West Health learned. One in two people in the U.S.

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Technology Assists Family Practice Clinic in Providing Care While Enhancing Learning for DNP Students

South Central Telehealth Resource Center

1: Location map for Strayhorn Family Medical Clinic Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC). The support and technical assistance is provided by an Advanced Nursing Education Workforce grant funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).

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University of Cincinnati researchers invent new telehealth drone

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

"We can perform all kinds of functions: chronic disease management, post-operative care monitoring, health coaching and consultations," said Sampsel.

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Sensyne Health announces strategic partnership with EY

Lloyd Price

Sensyne Health, the clinical AI technology company led by Lord Paul Drayson, has today announced a strategic advisory services agreement with accounting firm EY. Sensyne Health is on a mission to help healthcare providers and life sciences companies improve patient outcomes, reduce costs and accelerate research by collecting and analysing anonymised medical data across multiple linked datasets.

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Telehealth Talk: Patient Provider Engagement (Episode 21)

South Central Telehealth Resource Center

Episode 21 features Sarah Rhoads, PhD, DNP, professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and former director of the South Central Telehealth Resource Center. Listen as Dr. Rhoads discusses how to provide telehealth education to key shareholders to encourage program participation. During her presentation, Dr. Rhoads shares: How to get from an idea to a successful implementation. Why it is important to get the right people at the table.

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Improving Healthcare Experiences with Collaboration: Case Studies

CiscoHealth

The most elemental part of health care is people interacting with people. In a 2017 Reach Health study, 93% of healthcare professionals identified “integrated audio and video for live patient engagement” as the most valuable feature of telemedicine systems. NYC Health + Hospitals. Ontario’s London Health Sciences Centre. Lee Memorial Health System. Everything runs on the UK’s National Health Service N3 network, ensuring information remains private.

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Unifying the Healthcare Assembly Line

Mobile Health Matters

As a result, there is no holistic view of the patient’s health. This shift had two serious consequences: Health systems had to reorganize their workflows to support this foreign technology, rather than the technology advancing care team coordination and improving efficiencies as promised. This transition to digital health technology left many providers feeling burned and created a more divisive healthcare environment. Health systems are now awash in a sea of complex data.

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Swinburne and Coviu partner to provide real time chat mental health support

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Swinburne University’s National eTherapy Centre has partnered with medtech startup, Coviu to allow Australians to access quality mental health services through encypted, real-time text chat sessions. The service is offered as part of Swinburne’s Mental Health Online , which is free for all Australians and provides access to treatment programs for common mental health issues including depression and anxiety.

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Smart Insulin Automatically Modifies Blood Sugar Levels

Insulin Nation

The experimental study from the University of Utah Health Sciences injected mice with the “smart” insulin, formally named Ins-PBA-F. Quick Hits. An article published by FoxNews.com says that researchers have developed a modified insulin that independently adjusts blood-sugar levels that creep too high for people—well, mice—with diabetes.

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Healthdirect Australia partners with Coviu to power its video consulting service

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Healthdirect Australia , a national public health information service in the country, recently announced that it will be working with home-grown telehealth startup Coviu, to power its government-funded healthdirect Video Call service. It is managed by Healthdirect Australia on behalf of the Commonwealth Department of Health, WA Health and Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.

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Two digital health experts predict what's around the corner for IT

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

" Lee, along with one of his InfiniteMD co-founders Babak Movassaghi, told Healthcare IT News that the surge in telehealth use is just one facet of the changes the digital health sphere will see over the next few years. "More and more people are becoming health-aware.

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So.Cal HIMSS - Realizing the Promise of Telemedicine to Remove Barriers to Access and Address Health Disparities Panel

David Chou

I had the opportunity to moderate the telemedicine panel at the Southern California HIMSS event on 5/23/19.

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Travels: Early Spring 2019

South Central Telehealth Resource Center

The South Central Telehealth Resource Center (SCTRC) was honored to accept an invitation to present, exhibit, and demonstrate telemedicine peripherals at the Let’s Talk Rural Health: A Discussion with HRSA Recipients Serving People Living with HIV in Rural Communities seminar in Nashville, TN on March 27, 2019. Others presented on telenutrition, prehospital telemedicine, telehealth services in nurse managed health centers, and RHAT telehealth.

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Population Health POV — “It’s About Patient Data”

E-CareManagement

As a member of the Editorial Board of Population Health News , I was asked to provide some personal perspectives for the October 2014 issue. Here’s a quick sample: Optimal population health will depend on obtaining and applying the “right” data — data to analyze individuals and populations, discern patterns, predict high risk/cost patients, enable needed behavior change or interventions and measure and monitor progress. Population Health Alliance, Washington, D.C.

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Which Patients Are Less Likely To Get A Fatal Hospital Infection?

BHM Healthcare Solutions

Editor’s Note: BHM watches health trends and understands the importance of improving and changing with the industry. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, looked at discharge records of more than 1 million patients in 335 Texas hospitals. BHM watches health trends and understands the importance of improving and changing with the industry.

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Study: NYC Black, Latino patients less likely than white patients to use telehealth during pandemic

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

This remains true, said researchers from the Department of Population Health Sciences and Policy, even after adjusting for age, comorbidities and preferred language.

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Telehealth: Removing Roadblocks to Care

GlobalMed

Africa is facing a dramatic public health crisis - with high communicable and chronic disease rates, maternal mortality, neonatal deaths and a shocking number of HIV/AIDS cases. A primary factor in this crisis is the lack of access to health care.

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Health informatics and why participatory healthcare is key to its future

Society for Participatory Medicine

This is a post by Jay Spitulnik, SPM member and associate teaching professor and director of Northeastern’s MS in Health Informatics, who shares his expertise on health informatics and touches on the important trend of consumer health and participatory medicine.