Patient Engagement

By Mike Miliard 02:19 pm March 18, 2019
A new survey with the HealthCare Executive Group sees trends such as consumerism and social determinants forcing providers and payers to fundamentally rethink how care is delivered and reimbursed.
By Nathan Eddy 09:02 am March 18, 2019
Sharing systems and data, speed to market and agility and improved security are among the reasons payers are making the move to cloud.
Aging and the silver tsunami
By Tom Sullivan 09:17 am March 15, 2019
The aging population is not only poised to swell but Baby Boomers are bringing tech chops and consumerism-era demands that health systems will be smart to embrace.

Source: Ministry of Health, Indonesia

By Dean Koh 04:08 am March 15, 2019
Last month, Indonesia’s Ministry of Health (MOH) announced the launch of their Sehatpedia app to facilitate the public’s access to health information.
By Mike Miliard 03:36 pm March 14, 2019
The research firm's big takeaway from Orlando this past month: Newly empowered patients and the proliferation of data they bring will boost the business case for exchange – and have "cascading effects" for cloud, AI and more.
By Hafizah Osman 02:44 am March 14, 2019
Eastern Health has rolled out a new trial across its Box Hill Hospital in Melbourne, Victoria, to help patients better manage their medication after they leave the hospital.
By Deirdre Fulton 10:19 am March 13, 2019
Despite its clear potential to improve access to high-quality care in underserved communities, telehealth is underutilized by safety-net providers due to a range of barriers, according to a new report from the RAND Corpo
By Bill Siwicki 03:16 pm March 11, 2019
At the hospital's inflammatory bowel disease center, providers can now deliver better care to patients with delicate conditions.
By Mike Miliard 11:35 am March 11, 2019
The Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence, created by Cleveland Clinic Enterprise Analytics, will innovate new advances and applications for AI and machine learning in healthcare.
Real-time locating system reduces wait times by 75% at Oregon Medical Group

Oregon Medical Group.

By Bill Siwicki 12:09 pm March 08, 2019
With the RTLS hardware and software system in place, the medical group also has seen a 50 percent increase in face-to-face time with care teams and a 60 percent reduction in the number of steps taken by medical assistants daily.

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