Claus Torp Jensen, who comes to Memorial Sloan Kettering after holding positions at CVS Health/Aetna and IBM, will also serve as head of technology for the hospital.
Automation changed the payer administrative tasks landscape at Primary Care Offices. For example, the clinic has gone from one referral coordinator per physician to one per three.
The app also allows users to manage prescriptions, see information on deductibles and out-of-pocket spending, and locate physicians and hospitals using GPS technology.
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld explores the practical implications of artificial intelligence and its impacts on quality, safety, cost reduction, patient engagement and more ahead of his roundtable session at the Connected Health Conference in Boston Oct. 16.
At the Connected Health Conference in Boston next week, the patient advocacy group celebrates a decade spent changing the conversation about how technology-enabled care is delivered.
The new offering, which includes patient matching, aggregation, normalization, deduplication and more, can help health systems launch more effective AI and machine learning projects, the company says.
The integration between Cerner's HealtheIntent and i2i’s analytics products will offer clients a broader set of pop health management capabilities, the companies say, enabling more data-driven insights for Medicaid populations.
The company, founded by former National Coordinator for Health IT Dr. Farzad Mostashari, says advanced analytics are helping its accountable care organizations drive big efficiencies.
The health system will pilot new software from the startup, which makes cloud-based predictive tools aimed at the emergency department.
The industry already has seen some startups working with social determinants of health. Their number will only increase as healthcare moves to value-based care and needs more data.