FDA approves clinical platform that predicts patient deterioration
Allscripts hit with a ransomware attack affecting a 'limited number' of applications
Can mHealth Make the Connection Between Providers and Minorities?
Two new studies report that minorities are much more likely to access mHealth information on smartphones.This may be the link doctors need to create effective population health outreach.
EHR Data Useful for Measuring Low-Value Clinical Service Overuse
Research shows analyzing EHR data can help identify the prevalence of unnecessary or low-value testing and clinical services.
Report: Best practice programs foster better physician notes
EHR Use, Administrative Burden Accelerating Physician Burnout
A response to a recent study of family physician burnout points the finger at increased EHR use and administrative burden.
Cloud use spurs concerns about data security, access and complexity
ONC: Rise of Alexa, frustrations with legacy systems giving healthcare AI a boost
Scientists say artificial intelligence will deliver results in healthcare
Medical Boards Prioritize Opioids, Telemedicine
Telemedicine, physician burnout, medical marijuana, and interstate medical licensure top the list of concerns for the nation’s state medical boards.
Canadian Cerner EHR investigation finds install was mismanaged, underfunded
Study shows wearables lack clinical impact, but researchers haven’t lost hope
Study shows little evidence that wearable biosensors aid clinical outcomes
Hospital pays $55,000 ransom; no patient data stolen
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Speech recognition for insulin bolus calculator improves postprandial glycemia
AI-based computer model accurately analyzes kidney biopsy images
'Explainable AI' Could Reduce Readmissions (and Win Clinicians' Trust)
In-Depth: News and views from CES 2018
Healthcare at CES 2018: Blockchain, Blue Button and interoperability among hot topics
Doctors must stop blaming EHRs for clinical documentation shortcut failures
Connecticut Supreme Court allows patients to sue providers for HIPAA violations
Having A Heart Attack? This AI Helps Emergency Dispatchers Find Out
The time between calling 911 and the ambulance arriving can be critical for saving heart attack victims, but the person on the phone may not know what’s happening: this AI parses non-verbal clues to help diagnose from a distance.
Strong Growth Forecast for Telemedicine
The industry is riding sustained tailwinds that will push growth of 30% to more than 40% in coming years. Factors include a growing dearth of clinicians, an aging population, and technological innovations that will improve patient access and experience.
6 digital health predictions for 2018
- The IPO market won't open up in 2018, but expect plenty of M&A.
- Artificial intelligence will be used in unsexy ways before it disrupts clinical workflows.
- Tech companies will make big moves in the space.
Don't expect IPOs