Clinical

A doctor speaking with a patient via videoconference
By Kat Jercich 01:09 pm May 12, 2021
A new report found that many cardiac patients are not consistently connected via remote monitoring tools – indicating a missed opportunity for improved outcomes.
A patient speaks to a doctor via telehealth
By Kat Jercich 11:49 am May 10, 2021
Researchers from West Virginia University have set out to determine the optimal frequency of telehealth appointments for patients with chronic conditions.  
Dr. Keith Dreyer Mass General Brigham AI radiology
By Bill Siwicki 11:41 am May 10, 2021
The health system's chief data science officer explains how artificial intelligence will assist radiologists – and how it will lead to better patient outcomes.
A doctor manually taking notes
By Kat Jercich 02:47 pm May 07, 2021
Some customers describe being unable to access their clinic schedules, chart notes, refill requests or incoming test results, among other issues.
A doctor looking at a tablet
By Kat Jercich 12:22 pm May 07, 2021
An artificial intelligence-enabled electrocardiogram helped identify patients with low ejection fraction who previously "would have slipped through the cracks."
A person sits at a table speaking with a doctor via tablet.
By Kat Jercich 03:34 pm May 04, 2021
At the same time, a large percentage said they'd prefer telehealth, or a combination of the two.
Computer with AI algorithm
By Mike Miliard 02:40 pm May 03, 2021
The company will collect a $1 million prize for its algorithms designed to predict unplanned hospitalizations and adverse events. Runner-up Geisinger will get $230,000.
A patient speaks with a nurse via telehealth
By Kat Jercich 11:14 am May 03, 2021
The use of in-home monitoring for Type 2 diabetes and hypertension patients led to twice as many activities completed by nurses.
AI, data, genomics, cancer, NHS
By Tammy Lovell 11:08 am April 28, 2021
Researchers from Cambridge University used data from NHS cancer patient samples sequenced through the 100,000 Genomes Project.
A doctor looks at a tablet
By Kat Jercich 11:25 am April 23, 2021
A new study links organizational EHR support with lower levels of physician burnout – especially among cardiologists and neurologists.