Bernie Monegain is Editor-At-Large for Healthcare IT News and Women in Health IT.
By Bernie Monegain 12:44 pm March 20, 2018
A report from research firm Kalorama Information named the top healthcare disruptors it anticipates happening between now and the year 2027 -- and the Trump Administration’s health policies in the U.S. took the top spot.
By Bernie Monegain 11:58 am March 20, 2018
The organizations said they intend to establish digital pathology centers and to create best practices and protocols for the digital transformation of the field.
Intermountain Healthcare building 'GeneRosity Registry,' a global DNA database for genetic discoveries
By Bernie Monegain 09:31 am March 20, 2018
The health system will collect unprocessed data from AncestryDNA, MyHeritage and 23andMe to validate new findings and discover new mutations, the organization said.
By Bernie Monegain 03:40 pm March 16, 2018
Research team finds patterns of symptoms that might be caused by an underlying genetic variant.
By Bernie Monegain 09:58 am March 16, 2018
The UPMC executive is leading more than a few cutting-edge projects at the health system.
By Bernie Monegain 11:26 am March 15, 2018
J. Stephen Jones succeeds CEO J. Knox Singleton who held the position for 35 years.
By Bernie Monegain 02:05 pm March 14, 2018
Mayo Clinic and IBM Watson Health have announced the results of a cutting-edge project putting the supercomputer to work for patient matching: Watson brought in more patients than before to participate in recent breast cancer clinical trials.
By Bernie Monegain 12:11 pm March 14, 2018
In his first State of the Clinic, Cleveland Clinic CEO Tom Mihaljevic, MD, called on the health system’s 57,000 employees around the world to focus on caring: “how we care for patients, care for each other, care for the organization, and care for our communities,” he urged.
By Bernie Monegain 02:32 pm March 13, 2018
New suite brings tools designed for doctors, clinicians and hospital managers, the company said.
By Bernie Monegain 12:50 pm March 13, 2018
Spyglass survey uncovers varying degrees of understanding which tools can be used for early warning and predictive indicators to prevent adverse health events.