A new study links organizational EHR support with lower levels of physician burnout – especially among cardiologists and neurologists.
Dr. Muhammad Ali Chaudhry, CEO of Emerging Health International, discusses the future of healthcare and how technology needs to transform the industry to prepare.
The report also finds that poor electronic health record user-experience is associated with nurse burnout.
More than 75% were in remission after 90 days at the Southern California health system, which expanded its use to help combat mental health issues caused by COVID-19.
Tift Regional Medical Center aims to use the technology to save lives and significantly reduce costs.
Anumana will develop and market algorithms for early detection of disease. Lucem Health can collect device data and feed it into clinical workflows. Both spin-offs aim to capitalize on advances in AI and remote telemetry.
An expert from Google Health UK weighs in on the potential benefits of machine learning in healthcare – and the challenges that remain to realizing those benefits.
The COVID-19 crisis has increased the adoption of artificial intelligence in clinical oncology trials. Here's what it means for patient recruitment, retention and outcomes.
A new JAMIA article identifies three main factors: technostress, time pressure and workflow-related issues.
Irth allows Black and brown patients to search for and create reviews of their OB/GYN, birthing hospitals, postpartum care and pediatricians up to an infant's first year.