Nathan Eddy

Investment in AI growing as health systems look to the future
By Nathan Eddy 12:01 pm January 03, 2020
Forward-looking provider organizations are looking to tap into the benefits of deep neural networks and other forms of data-driven analysis.
Ransomware attacks in 2019 forced some health systems to pay up
By Nathan Eddy 10:52 am January 02, 2020
Cybersecurity experts warn healthcare organizations not to pay up for fear of more attacks, but some provider organizations had no choice last year.
EHRs are still a mess for physicians, but change is coming
By Nathan Eddy 10:54 am December 31, 2019
A chief medical officer says 2020 will be a breakthrough year in making EHRs less stressful for providers if the growing avalanche of data is reined in with health IT that makes EHRs work better.
AMA releases online checklist for E/M services transition
By Nathan Eddy 10:46 am December 31, 2019
The adoption of EHRs and supporting health IT may result in new methods of E/M documentation and coding tech adoption. And these types of E/M coding issues also apply to providers offering telemedicine services.
By Nathan Eddy 11:19 am December 27, 2019
Georgia’s largest health care system will work with the Alphabet subsidiary on several new initiatives, starting with deep analysis of existing medication and lab ordering patterns at Emory.
By Nathan Eddy 11:04 am December 26, 2019
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced the launch of an online patient portal this month that will provide service veterans with digital access to their patient statements.
By Nathan Eddy 12:21 pm December 23, 2019
The update will help health systems coordinate care, with a specific focus on delirium, including sedation and pain medications, breathing machines and mobilization.
By Nathan Eddy 11:16 am December 20, 2019
The department has innovated and expanded its uses of telehealth, advanced data centers to improve its healthcare offerings for veterans.
By Nathan Eddy 02:53 pm December 18, 2019
BioLabs@NYU Langone, billed as the largest of its kind in New York City, will house more than 35 early-stage biotechnology and life sciences companies and 160 scientists and staff.
By Nathan Eddy 11:50 am December 16, 2019
A new KLAS report explores how pop health platforms are being used specifically for care management, and shows how various vendors' tools are able to support care managers' work.

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