Prior authorizations in particular are a complex, time-consuming function that would be well served by technology.
Six top clinical and technology leaders detail the lessons they've learned since the pandemic began – and describe how they'll shape strategies for telehealth, infrastructure, patient engagement and other imperatives going forward.
Experts at the WEDI conference outlined steps for institutions and clinical teams to take toward bringing equity to patient-facing tools.
Researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are using a mathematical model to estimate false-negative rates.
The vaccine which was developed by Chulalongkorn University showed promising results in prior trials with mice and monkeys.
A report, from centre-right think-tank Reform, highlights the urgent action needed to address England’s backlog of non-COVID-related procedures that were put on hold during the pandemic.
Heritage Clinic, a behavioral health provider, gives tablets to help patients connect with their clinicians and with their families. The effort enables measurable improvements in mental health.
With the benefit of hindsight, policy experts say the magnitude of the current burnout crisis was largely unforeseen when the law enabling the meaningful use program was passed in 2009.
For AI to have impact, it must take a human-centered approach, easily integrate into physician workflows and be friendly to use.
The electronic health record giants began preparing their systems to assist with COVID-19 vaccination efforts this past year.