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The vendor’s new system leverages its machine learning engine to offer an interactive retrospective analysis of order utilization, matched up against the evidence-based interventions proven to affect quality outcomes.
Cerner debuts Chart Assist, a new AI-enabled workflow, to join a suite of systems designed to reduce physician burnout, enhance the clinician’s experience and increase productivity.
Healthcare providers and plans need to implement open data sharing technologies to support transitions of care as patients move between plan types.
Blockchain credentialing for rapid deployment of virtual care.
Expect to see our interview desk, roving reporters, and discussions with industry luminaries, innovators and top executives forging the future of healthcare -- livecasted and on-demand.
The latest version of the platform aims to help with end-to-end management for high-risk and high-cost patients, said a company exec.
The vendor will also show how its technology can help improve the patient experience, enable ease of use for the clinicians who interact with its EHRs and boost operating margins for health systems navigating value-based care.
The path to a 5G-enabled healthcare future.
Representatives from more than 80 countries will discuss the latest trends, opportunities and roadblocks in healthcare IT.
Pew’s director of HIT Ben Moscovitch says consumers prefer biometrics, notably fingerprinting, facial recognition and iris scans, for a unique identifier.