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GE healthcare, data analytics, VNAs
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By 07:46 am October 19, 2020
Healthcare providers face mounting pressure to reduce clinician burnout, improve efficiency and increase patient satisfaction. To achieve this, they need easy access to data that can be aggregated, consolidated and provide insight into clinical and operational decisions
Germany, Digital Healthcare Act, healthcare apps
By Sara Mageit 06:22 am October 19, 2020
Eleven months after the German federal government passed the Digital Healthcare Act (DVG), two health apps are now officially available for prescription.

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By Dean Koh 11:44 pm October 18, 2020
The hospital’s radiology department is the first in Thailand to explore research and clinical application of AI on radiology images.
By Mike Miliard 05:21 pm October 16, 2020
Edison HealthLink offers an array of services, such as faster data aggregation, visualization and AI algorithm orchestration, the company says.
A man using a phone on a couch
By Kat Jercich 03:13 pm October 16, 2020
Hundreds of thousands of apps aimed at treating a wide variety of conditions are available – but their efficacy and quality remains largely unclear.
University Physicians’ Association Tennessee

Tennessee's University Physicians’ Association

By Bill Siwicki 12:02 pm October 16, 2020
The financial IT used by University Physicians’ Association increased patient payments by 43%, and the payment lag for self-pay patients is down 20 days. “That’s huge,” a UPA exec says.
NHS, COVID-19, contact tracing, mental health

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By Sara Mageit 11:41 am October 16, 2020
Also, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS FT to save quarter of a million pounds through e-Observations.
Womens-only, telemedicine, UAE, Emirati Volunteer Leaders Initiative

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By Ahmed El Sherif 11:23 am October 16, 2020
The non-profit programme is being supervised by volunteer doctors from the Young Emirati Volunteer Leaders Initiative, in partnership with the Zayed Giving Initiative and General Women’s Union.
An old-timey microphone and radio setup represent our weekly digital health podcast
By Healthcare IT News 11:12 am October 16, 2020
Paddy Padmanabhan checks in with HIMSSCast about his and Ed Marx's new book
Dots connected by lines over map of North America
By Mike Miliard 10:37 am October 16, 2020
The Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization's joint HIE will now be able to more easily connect with 15,000 hospitals and clinics in the private sector, enabling a richer flow of data and better care for veterans.