Scaling for Health

Design for Health

healthcare system, and our pursuit of better health for the population? Scale in Health. And as Geoffrey West is suggesting, there is a growing field of “Urban Science” aimed at trying to correlate city design concepts with those that promote health.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

Society for Participatory Medicine

Posted today on our SPM Connect member forum by SPM vice-chair Joe Ternullo. Join me in cheering on SPM members Lorraine and Gene Sacco, founders of the Reid R.

Oracle Release Notes: Argus Safety, Oracle Clinical & RDC

Perficient

Perficient’s Life Sciences practice regularly monitors the software release notes for several Oracle Health Sciences applications, including: Argus Saf ety. Oracle Clinical/Remote Data Capture (OC/RDC). Thesaurus Management System (TMS). Generally speaking, we review release notes at the beginning of each month for the previous month. On occasion, there are no new releases and, therefore, nothing to review; however, we post a fresh version monthly to eliminate confusion.

Argus Safety, Oracle Clinical & RDC Release Notes [Nov. 2018]

Perficient

Perficient’s Life Sciences practice regularly monitors the software release notes for several Oracle Health Sciences applications, including: Argus Saf ety. Oracle Clinical/Remote Data Capture (OC/RDC). Thesaurus Management System (TMS). Generally speaking, we review release notes at the beginning of each month for the previous month. On occasion, there are no new releases and, therefore, nothing to review; however, we post a fresh version monthly to eliminate confusion.

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

The Arizona Telemedicine Program Blog

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.

Argus Safety, Oracle Clinical & RDC Release Notes [Oct. 2018]

Perficient

Perficient’s Life Sciences practice regularly monitors the software release notes for several Oracle Health Sciences applications, including: Argus Saf ety. Oracle Clinical/Remote Data Capture (OC/RDC). Thesaurus Management System (TMS). Generally speaking, we review release notes at the beginning of each month for the previous month. On occasion, there are no new releases and, therefore, nothing to review; however, we post a fresh version monthly to eliminate confusion.

Argus Safety, Oracle Clinical & RDC Release Notes [Sept. 2018]

Perficient

Perficient’s Life Sciences practice regularly monitors the software release notes for several Oracle Health Sciences applications, including: Argus Saf ety. Oracle Clinical/Remote Data Capture (OC/RDC). Thesaurus Management System (TMS). Generally speaking, we review release notes at the beginning of each month for the previous month. On occasion, there are no new releases and, therefore, nothing to review; however, we post a fresh version monthly to eliminate confusion.

Telehealth Talk: Patient Provider Engagement (Episode 21)

Telehealth Blog

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.

Black Book Awards Perficient Highest Client Satisfaction

Perficient

Black Book Research recently recognized Perficient for the highest client satisfaction in Connected Health Solutions and Health Systems Integration. Matt Castle, Vice President, Health Sciences.

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.

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.

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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.

mHealth Insights live from #HIMSS18

mHealth Insight

Fortunately I’ve managed to convince/beg the brilliant Dr Chris Bickford MD to step into my conference-floor-pounding-shoes and provide some opinions and live updates from the world’s biggest Health IT Conference and Exhibition being held in Las Vegas.

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

E-CareManagement Blog

As a member of the Editorial Board of Population Health News , I was asked to provide some personal perspectives for the October 2014 issue. Editorial Advisory Board–Population Health News. President and Founder, Accountable Health, LLC.

#CochraneForAll + #BeyondTheRoom = #PatientsIncluded on blast

Society for Participatory Medicine

I won the big platinum #PatientsIncluded ring (much better than brass) this year with an opportunity to attend the Cochrane Colloquium , the global health science and health services research meeting that happens somewhere on Planet Earth every year.

Gartner Mentions Perficient in Three Healthcare Hype Cycles

Perficient

Patient portals permit a protected digital patient-provider relationship and admission to clinical, financial and administrative functionality, educational information, and personal health maintenance tools. Patient portals are provided by a healthcare organization, which could be a primary physician, and can be stand alone or tethered to electronic health record (EHR) and healthcare megasuite systems.” ( Gartner ).

Perficient Partners with IBM Watson Health for Cancer Care

Perficient

I am pleased to share the news that Perficient Health Sciences recently entered into an agreement with IBM Watson Health, to become a SaaS partner for Watson for Oncology in the United States. Watson for Oncology is ideally suited to health systems seeking to enhance their cancer treatment programs through clinical practice guidelines and the efficient identification of the best treatment pathways, based upon real world evidence.

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. BHM watches health trends and understands the importance of improving and changing with the industry.

Biomedical Knowledge Must Be Mobilized to Save Lives, Not Privatized in the “Last Mile”

Society for Participatory Medicine

Three years ago, our nation’s first National Coordinator for Health IT foresaw an impending “gold rush” for valuable personal health data. Billion to Amass More Health Data” proved him right and fueled this national dialogue. Guest post by SPM Lifetime Member Joshua C.

Study: Patients in Private Rooms Less Likely to Get 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.

Former Skyscanner CTO to help deliver Scotland’s new Digital Health service

Lloyd Price

The former chief technology officer at Skyscanner, the global travel search giant, has joined the NHS in Scotland to help deliver a new national digital health service. He says: “We want to build a digital platform for health and social care.

Sex and T1: A Touchy Topic

Insulin Nation

People with diabetes should be talking to their endocrinologists regularly about their sexual health, but the subject rarely comes up, says Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Levine, a professor of pharmacy practice at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. ”it’s

A User-Friendly Glucagon Kit?

Insulin Nation

I personally never get a glucagon rescue kit because I got tired of paying to replace it every year without using it,” explains Dr. Sheri Colberg-Ochs, Professor of Exercise Science at Old Dominion University and Adjunct Professor of Internal Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School.

Asymptomatic Hypoglycemia, a Silent Killer

Insulin Nation

It’s also important to discuss asymptomatic or symptomatic hypoglycemia every visit with one’s health care provider, experts agree.

Legal liability of an online curbside consultation

Medicine and Technology

According to this document from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center : Some states have recognized that imposing liability for giving an informal opinion would have a chilling effect on the collegiality among physicians and, in the long term, have negative impact on patient care.

150 top places to work in healthcare

Henry Kotula

Becker’s Healthcare is pleased to release the “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare | 2018” list, which highlights hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies that promote diversity within the workforce, employee engagement and professional growth. Health.