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NASA Earth Observatory image of Camp fire by Joshua Stevens
By Beth Jones Sanborn 05:04 pm December 14, 2018
The tool, Patient Unified Lookup System, enabled volunteers to access patient information and and deliver quality care, especially medication.
Edward Klatt, a pathology expert at Mercer University School of Medicine
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:26 pm December 12, 2018
Edward Klatt, a pathology expert at Mercer University School of Medicine says system leaders must be all in on promoting better coping skills.
Two doctors talking.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 04:42 pm December 11, 2018
The problem was the web of multiple EMRs that complicated the process and created dramatic variances in the way referrals were processed.
Telehealth solves psychiatrist shortage for Impower, and much more
By Bill Siwicki 12:26 pm December 10, 2018
Telemedicine technology has reduced patient no-shows by 50 percent, limited new patient wait times to less than 48 hours, and saved $150,000 in overhead in six months.
restore humanity healthcare
By Mike Miliard 03:51 pm December 07, 2018
With EHR frustrations at a boiling point and physician burnout at epidemic levels, it's time to rethink the way IT is designed, developed and deployed to better enable a human touch, says one clinician.
Open Door Family Medical Centers wins HIMSS Davies Award
By Bill Siwicki 01:02 pm December 06, 2018
The top award from HIMSS was given for the community health center’s efforts surrounding health IT and screening for colorectal cancer.
Doctor and patient
By Jeff Lagasse 05:22 pm December 05, 2018
The spike in physician jobs is outpacing the strong economy, and that means it's time for hospitals to prepare for even fewer doctors to choose from.
By Benjamin Harris 02:35 pm November 30, 2018
Its Elastic Inference and SageMaker platforms provide health systems with scalable and powerful ways to process large datasets, while the new Comprehend Medical tool delves into unstructured data.
Eighty percent of users say the technology saves them time, and three out of four believe it has reduced errors.

Care coordination technology from vendor TrekIT Health, which was initially developed in 2016 at Penn Medicine.

By Bill Siwicki 12:23 pm November 30, 2018
Eighty percent of users say the technology saves them time, and three out of four believe it has reduced errors.
Artificial Intelligence
By Mike Miliard 08:00 am November 23, 2018
From the research lab to the bedside to the back office, AI and machine learning are transforming the ways we think about care and how we develop treatments.

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