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By 05:23 pm January 28, 2020
Digital health requires a healthy data pipeline that’s aggregated, normalized, and deduplicated, and ready to be integrated into workflows across the health ecosystem for care coordination, analytics and machine learning.
By Nathan Eddy 11:13 am January 28, 2020
Improvements in patient outcomes and population health will be enabled as a culture of data-driven decisionmaking takes root and quality improvement processes mature.
By Mike Miliard 02:07 pm January 23, 2020
As regulatory oversight for predictive decision support evolves, certain best practices can help health systems get the most from machine learning-powered CDS models.
By Nathan Eddy 10:57 am January 23, 2020
Artificial intelligence will also continue to be a big focus, as it becomes more clear which startups are succeeding in their initial target sectors. VCs are also eyeing genomics analytics tools, as well as other more practical technologies.
By Nathan Eddy 11:15 am January 22, 2020
The five principles all stem from the basic viewpoint that AI-enabled solutions should complement and benefit customers, patients, and society as a whole.
By Mike Miliard 02:34 pm January 17, 2020
As she leaves the agency after three years, Siddiqui touts data-driven accomplishments such as AI, data privacy, opioid response and work with states on social determinants of health.
By Nathan Eddy 09:56 am January 16, 2020
Healthcare information technology will be the focus of investors in 2020, with interest in the pharmaceutical and biotech sector, home and hospice care and managed care companies also high on the list, according to a KPMG report including survey results from 333 investment professionals.
By Mike Miliard 01:53 pm January 15, 2020
Its new analytics project will apply AI to deidentified data from across Mayo and other health systems, and comb scientific literature to gain insights into new medical advances.

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By Dean Koh 12:32 am January 15, 2020
“This is a big step forward in personalizing cancer treatment and ensuring better patient outcomes,” said Professor Lim Chwee Teck, Mechanobiology Institute, NUS Biomedical Engineering.
By Mike Miliard 04:09 pm January 13, 2020
At HIMSS20, its Chief Health Information Officer will show how the health system is simplifying AI models so care managers can better understand them – and be more likely to use them.

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