The use of realistic health record information that mimics lifelong medical histories can enable more innovative algorithms for disease modeling.
The update to its COVID Community Vulnerability Map uses artificial intelligence to help guide vaccine distribution to patient populations most at risk.
Although it was challenging, the virtual validation brought about opportunities for other hospital departments to participate and learn in the process.
The Mission Control team has created 1,423 additional days to care for more patients, expedited treatment for 142 critical care patients, maintained a 10% reduction in bed request turnaround times and enabled 561 patients to leave the hospital more quickly.
Sterling Structural Therapy increased its number of patients, gained efficiencies and secured a five-star online reputation with an all-in-one system.
The company says the move will enable its customers to more efficiently connect patients with lifesaving therapies.
The software giant will contribute cloud, AI and data technologies toward expanding Harvard and MIT's open-source Terra platform.
Now that CMS will pay for home hospital care, Brigham and Women's and other pioneering providers are pushing forward with this care in part to help with the crush of COVID-19 patients.
According the the German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices, the move is “a building block for establishing semantic interoperability in the electronic exchange of health data”.
The companies pointed to the potential to reduce administrative waste, inform patient care decisions and improve payment systems across the industry.