Analytics

By Mike Miliard 10:56 am September 12, 2019
Researchers used open source technology from IBM Watson to build an AI model that would ingest clinical data from de-identified sepsis patient EHR data, then used it to predict patient mortality during hospitalization and during the 90 days following discharge.
By Mike Miliard 04:17 pm September 11, 2019
Google Cloud will securely store the health system's data, while working with Mayo clinicians to apply AI and machine learning to an array of complex use case 
By Mike Miliard 10:35 am September 11, 2019
As part of its Healthy Opportunities Initiative, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has enlisted Phreesia to help health systems statewide learn more about their patients' social determinants of health.
By Mike Miliard 04:21 pm September 10, 2019
The startups will gain access to de-identified claims data to help fine-tune projects aimed at enabling more timely interventions, eliminating barriers to care, improving health system navigation and more.
By Mike Miliard 02:20 pm September 06, 2019
At Health 2.0 this month, seven disparate companies will show how their apps and platforms are being put to work leveraging clinical and social data to drive innovations in care delivery.
By Jeff Lagasse 11:18 am September 05, 2019
AI and SDOH developed separately, but they're now converging as technology keeps up with the need to make actionable use of data.
HITRUST intros analytics tools, CISO group to help with security assessments
By Mike Miliard 01:36 pm September 04, 2019
The group's new board subcommittee and automation technology can offer added efficiency for health organizations seeking to boost the quality of their CSF assessments, it says.
Black Book ranks the top EHR vendors in regions across the globe
By Bill Siwicki 12:35 pm September 04, 2019
Allscripts comes in on top in the UK/Ireland, Canada and Oceania. Epic is No. 1 in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Cerner is first in Africa.
Mayo Clinic, Cerner expand into UK with new Oxford partnership
By Mike Miliard 01:45 pm September 03, 2019
Mayo Clinic Healthcare in partnership with Oxford University Clinic will use Cerner technology to help enable more proactive health management, more coordinated care and better health outcomes.
By Benjamin Harris 11:24 am September 03, 2019
For much of the history of modern medicine, the model has been that patients go to the hospital or physician to receive treatment. This works well when all of the tools needed to solve a health problem are concentrated in one location.

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