Healthcare IT News asks Stefan Hunziker, CIO at the Lucerne Cantonal Hospital (LUKS), how the EPR has developed in Switzerland and how the hospital has managed it.
UK Emergency Department survey shows poor usability for major EHRs, with NHS CCIO saying ‘too little has changed’ in 15 years.
A new report finds that telehealth could play a vital role in helping health systems better support the needs of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
"With so many families dealing with depression, higher suicide rates, domestic violence, death of loved ones from COVID-19, unemployment [and] food shortages, we are hoping we made an impact on their lives through telehealth."
Dr. Yindalon Aphinyanaphongs at NYU Langone Health explains the machine learning technology and offers some tips on its use.
The massive amount of data available in healthcare makes it a prime area for artificial intelligence and machine learning automation.
Prior authorizations in particular are a complex, time-consuming function that would be well served by technology.
An expert in machine learning and natural language processing discusses how these technologies are enhancing care and enabling the use of SDOH data and personalized analytics.
The natural language processing engine has helped boost the ratio of acceptance to rejection for chart-assisted recommendations to 6:1 for six diagnoses included in a recent pilot.
The Wall Street Journal says Big Blue is pondering ways it might off-load the healthcare AI subsidiary, and IBM CEO Arvind Krishna has already signaled a ''maniacal focus" on hybrid cloud development.