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Caradigm risk stratification HIMSS17
By Bill Siwicki 02:14 pm February 20, 2017
The population health IT vendor says streamlined enrollment into care management should improve team efficiency and initiation of care.
Patrick Soon-Shiong HIMSS17
By Henry Powderly 01:05 pm February 20, 2017
Pioneering Nant Health chairman says 14-day regimen could put an end to “dreadful disease.”
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty HIMSS17

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty kicked off HIMSS17 with the opening keynote Monday morning in Orlando. 

By Tom Sullivan 11:27 am February 20, 2017
Big Blue also announced value-based care solutions, Watson Health consulting services and a partnership with Atrius Health.
By Bill Siwicki 11:23 am February 20, 2017
The research also found that health IT pros are trending back toward shorter work weeks.
By Tom Sullivan 11:12 am February 20, 2017
InterQual Auto Review promises to streamline medical reviews and prior authorizations.
By Bernie Monegain 11:05 am February 20, 2017
The Dutch technology company sees many solvable patient care issues in urgent need of attention.
Artificial intelligence HIMSS17

The Mabu Personal Healthcare Companion from Catalia Health

By Mike Miliard 10:22 am February 20, 2017
As AI and machine learning evolve and start to make their mark on healthcare, "we're not trying to replace the human interaction, we're trying to augment it," AI developer says.
By Bill Siwicki 09:02 am February 20, 2017
Trivalent Protect uses a process of file-encryption, shredding, and local or cloud storage designed to transform the properties of sensitive and regulated data to make it completely unusable to hackers.
McKesson InterQual HIMSS17

McKesson vice president Nilo Mehrabian said the software will make medical necessity reviews more efficient and enable nurses to spend more time looking at exceptions. 

By Tom Sullivan 08:30 am February 20, 2017
The vendor partnered with the National Decision Support Company to create what it claims is the first software that extracts clinical data from EHRs to streamline medical reviews and prior authorizations. 
Accenture medical identity theft

Accenture managing director Reza Chapman said healthcare organizations need to build digital trust with patients.  

By Bill Siwicki 08:23 am February 20, 2017
The Accenture study also finds that half of these victims were subject to medical identity theft and on average had to pay $2,500 in out-of-pocket costs per incident.

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