Machine learning can help flag troubling patterns and improve systems moving forward, says Dr. Elizabeth Marshall, director of clinical analytics at Linguamatics.
This week's top stories include Google Cloud joining the national COVID-19 vaccination effort, the federal government sending one million COVID-19 vaccine doses directly to 6,500 pharmacies, and a security breach at Montefiore Medical Center.
Vivify CEO Eric Rock talks about the ways health systems can use remote patient monitoring to maximize care.
Bret Larson, eVisit's CEO, predicts that 2021 will be "very telling" in telehealth integration.
Standardized datasets have required an acceleration of digital transformation and interoperable standards in particular, says Health Data Research UK Chief Data Officer Monica Jones.
Hackers are using phishing attacks against employees working from home to gain their user names and passwords, says Christophe Doré, security manager at Capsule Technologies.
Ridesharing company Lyft responded to new demands as a result of the pandemic, says Megan Callahan, vice president of healthcare.
Sharing data with local public health authorities will improve management of future pandemics while also reducing health inequalities, says professor Claudia Pagliari, director of global eHealth at the University of Edinburgh.
Arcadia sends more than 1 million text messages in a frictionless outreach to close gaps in care, says Dr. Rich Parker, the company's chief medical officer.
Deep Dive: While COVID-19 will remain a challenge in 2021, the vaccines raise hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel.