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Clinical decision-support systems
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By 07:38 am February 11, 2021
Clinical decision-support systems have been critical in helping physicians make effective choices at the point of care during COVID-19, a new HIMSS report reveals.
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By Kat Jercich 12:11 pm February 10, 2021
The new technology is aimed at allowing healthcare companies to digitize and simplify the document management process.
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By Dave Muoio 10:42 am February 10, 2021
Saykara's founder and team will be augmenting Nuance's R&D division.
BAME, data, covid-19
By Tammy Lovell 05:56 am February 10, 2021
BAME groups can be disadvantaged by algorithms which perpetuate structural inequalities. 
Person in scrubs with tablet
By Mike Miliard 01:30 pm February 09, 2021
The informatics group's new position paper explores ways to enable rigorous but flexible oversight and help FDA and other policymakers ensure "adaptive CDS" is safe and effective.
A doctor in the ICU
By Kat Jercich 11:42 am February 04, 2021
CLEW Medical's ICU tool uses machine learning models to identify patients whose conditions are likely to deteriorate.
A person wearing a stethoscope on a computer
By Kat Jercich 10:41 am February 03, 2021
Although some improvements have been shown, researchers from MedStar Health and Yale say the "usability reality gap" remains wide.
KLAS banner at an event booth
By Mike Miliard 01:51 pm February 02, 2021
Other winners include Galen Healthcare Solutions as the top overall IT services firm, Chartis Group as top overall healthcare management consulting firm and IBM Watson Health's Merge PACS as most improved software product.
MU Health Care's University Hospital and Ellis Fischel Cancer Center
By Bill Siwicki 12:17 pm February 02, 2021
Moving from manual assessment to automation has reduced code blues, saved lives and increased provider satisfaction.
Northwell Health building
By Mike Miliard 03:55 pm January 29, 2021
To develop the predictive tool, Northwell researchers used EHR data and demographic information to help triage those who need the most interventions to reduce mortality.