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By Nathan Eddy 10:54 am April 24, 2019
Companies say the Diabits Prediction Engine will help chronic care patients and care providers manage their health.
Rural hospital.
By Susan Morse 10:11 am April 24, 2019
The change would ramp up add-on payments to hospitals that implement new tech and increase the wage index for rural and other qualifying hospitals.

eHealth NSW Chief Executive and Chief Information Officer Dr Zoran Bolevich (left) and eHealth NSW's newly appointed Chief Clinical Information Officer Dr Mark Simpson (right). Credit: eHealth NSW

By Dean Koh 12:00 am April 24, 2019
eHealth NSW has been established as a distinct organisation within the New South Wales (NSW) Ministry of Health in Australia to provide statewide leadership on the shape, delivery and management of ICT-led healthcare.
By Mike Miliard 03:42 pm April 23, 2019
Real-time location systems can enable big gains in quality, safety and cost-efficiency – but deployments are complex and require clear role definitions and enthusiastic buy-in from an array of stakeholders, a new KLAS report shows.
Vanderbilt's AI-powered EHR voice assistant saves time for caregivers
By Bill Siwicki 03:14 pm April 23, 2019
The VEVA tool has helped improve caregiver productivity and efficiency – and providers appreciate that it reduces the number of clicks per query.
By Nathan Eddy 12:08 pm April 23, 2019
The deal will enable patients in China to access U.S. physicians via a portal.
By Mike Miliard 11:42 am April 23, 2019
Frost & Sullivan says the healthcare security space is set for big growth as hospitals recognize new vulnerabilities and vendors innovate their products and pricing models.

Credit: Bayer AG

By Anna Engberg 11:40 am April 23, 2019
Since 2013, Bayer Digital Health has been supporting initiatives in the healthcare market, and, starting this month, there will be new financing options.
By Nathan Eddy 10:49 am April 23, 2019
The effort will help advance AI, wearables, engaging consumers at home and more.
European Commission
By Piers Ford 04:32 am April 23, 2019
The eHealth Network’s drive to enable cross-border prescription and patient summary sharing has stepped up a level as Croatia joins Finland, Estonia, Luxembourg and Czechia in the first tranche of participants.

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