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The healthcare industry has taken a dramatic leap into the 21st century with an unprecedented systematic overhaul over the last few years. The day of paper record keeping and unreliable patient charts are now being replaced by the Electronic Health Reco…


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Artificial intelligence is one of the most exciting and transformative opportunities of our time. Writer Nathan Benaich suggests here that what we need to improve healthcare outcomes is granular and longitudinal monitoring of physiology and lifestyle. Thi…


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The role of health data is ever expanding, but what does it do for your doctor directly? NPR's Amy Standen gives us a lowdown on the health data market and it's growing role among doctors and medical practitioners.


Analytics: Making Sense of It All

Posted: May 18, 2015
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Clinical and business intelligence is finally changing how care is delivered and paid for. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services kicked off the year with a January announcement it called "historic". Meanwhile, HHS wants to tie 30 percent of fee…


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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services kicked off the year with a January announcement it called "historic": a doubling down on the shift to value-based care that paves a more aggressive path away from paying for volume. The agency feels comfort…


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In a world where electronic medical record systems are denigrated for poor usability and healthcare apps have seen mixed results in terms of user adoption, healthcare design firm Mad*Pow is seeking to change this.


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The Financial Times reports that Samsung, with their hands in nearly everything electronic, is said to be upping their game on the digital healthcare market.


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Social media has become an every day aspect to our lives, but now it may improve our health as well. How has Dr. Bechara Choucair's new app help kick start the health care and social media relationship?


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Suffering. The very word made doctors uncomfortable. Medical journals avoided it, instructing authors to say that patients “ ‘have’ a disease or complications or side effects rather than ‘suffer’ or ‘suffer from’ them,” said Dr. Thomas H. Lee, the chief m…


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The Wall Street Journal's Laura Landro gives her insights on Passport programs. More hospitals with passports programs are helping patients communicate with doctors and overcome the feeling of being powerless.


Moving Mobile Health Past The Hype

Posted: Feb 04, 2015
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"It’s not just the existence of mobile computers we call smart phones that has changed our lives in profound ways, but the content delivered by them. It’s also why the “mobile health” or “wearable technology” movement is dramatically over-hyped."


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Erin McCann, Managing Editor at Healthcare IT News, writes on a new study on the digital prowess of modern doctors. More and more patients want their docs to go digital. But, as the new report highlights, many docs are still dragging their feet with techn…


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The findings of HIMSS Analytics' recent 2014 Patient Portal Study, published this past October, offer some interesting insights into provider organizations' appetite for – and strategies toward – patient engagement.


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Reenita Das, contributor to Forbes, gives her predictions on everything healthcare in 2015 from mobile devices to cognitive analytics.


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An assessment by PwC's Health Research Institute hones in on a few items that are not working when it comes to mobile health. Among them: a need for healthcare providers to be able to assess what qualifies as a worthy, prescription-worthy app.


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How will the progress and changes in healthcare from 2014 impact the new year? Monique Levy, Medical Marketing & Media News, gives five big shifts that everyone in the healthcare field should care about.


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Fierce Healthcare's Ilene MadDonald comments on the vitality of leadership in a hospital setting. Positive, long-lasting change can't and won't happen unless it comes from the top.


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Darius Tahir of Modern Healthcare gives his opinion on why healthcare pro's should be standing up for net neutrality.The debate on net neutrality has intensified as the amount of data being transmitted in videos and other usages has increased, leading so…


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Alec Momont, a Belgian student studying in the Netherlands, has ambitious goals to set forth a fleet of 'ambulance drones'. Such devices could potentially deliver defibrillators, locate missing or lost persons, and greatly improve emergency response time.


Marketing to Millennials

Posted: Nov 21, 2014
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MMM News' Marc Iskowitz comments on new studies and reaching the Millennial generation. Pharma brand managers seeking closer ties with the 74-million-strong Millennial demographic should read this month's roundtable “Engaging the Digital Natives,” and a s…


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