Nathan Eddy

VA efforts to bring tablet-based telehealth to vets see positive results
By Nathan Eddy 11:35 am September 16, 2019
A JAMIA Open study and a Psychiatric Services study both found that the VA is succeeding in providing enhanced benefits to veterans.
By Nathan Eddy 12:09 pm September 13, 2019
The platform, Critical Care Suite, developed in partnership with UC San Francisco and powered by GE's Edison AI technology, can help radiologists prioritize cases involving collapsed lungs.
By Nathan Eddy 05:51 pm September 11, 2019
One new study hypothesizes that a reason medical records aren't being advertised on the underground markets is that cybercriminals are culling PII from the stolen records and selling it off separately.
By Nathan Eddy 10:43 am September 09, 2019
Integrated into Epic's clinical workflow using SMART on FHIR, the cloud-based Meducation platform offers simplified, patient-specific medication instructions.
Center for Medical Interoperability launches new verification program
By Nathan Eddy 10:45 am September 06, 2019
The C4MI Verified program is designed in part around recommendations made by the National Academy of Medicine and will be conducted through partnerships with medical device vendors and its member health care organizations.
By Nathan Eddy 08:54 am September 04, 2019
Deloitte shows how many providers – and even more payers – are going beyond checking boxes on new regs, understanding that wider data sharing has become a strategic necessity.
AdventHealth opens new AI-powered clinical command center
By Nathan Eddy 11:09 am August 30, 2019
The mission control, built in collaboration with GE Healthcare, will help the health system manage patient decision support across nine Florida hospitals.
Presbyterian Healthcare phishing scam hits 183K patient records
By Nathan Eddy 10:43 am August 28, 2019
Data accessed during the breach may have included patient and health plan member names as well as dates of birth, Social Security numbers and some clinical information.
OIG audit: Massive backlog in digitizing VHA medical records
By Nathan Eddy 11:11 am August 26, 2019
VHA medical facilities have a cumulative medical document backlog equivalent to more than five miles of stacked paper, with nearly 600,000 electronic files dating back to 2016.
Nuance expands AI-based platform to help surgeons with documentation
By Nathan Eddy 11:17 am August 23, 2019
It’s the beginning of a move to the next generation of AI-based tech, which will take a multi-party colloquial conversation between the clinical team and the patient to create a narrative and structured data, eliminating the keyboard from the surgical room completely, the company said.

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