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Improving the Nursing Experience with Interoperable Data Management

As the world starts to emerge from the pandemic, there are a number of tools that can help improve the nursing experience, helping to tackle burnout through utilizing technological solutions to reduce the burden.

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Virtual care? Face-to-face? How Healthcare Navigates the “Omnichannel” Moment

In a CVS Health insights study, CVS explores the pros and cons of omnichannel healthcare models and how consumers access healthcare in the way that suits them, which may include in-person, virtually or at home.

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The Future of Telemedicine

President and CEO, Roy Schoenberg and other industry leaders discuss what lies ahead for digital care delivery during The Future of Telemedicine webinar.

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Henry Ford Health’s Specialty Pharmacy Software Goes National

Henry Ford Innovations (HFI), one of the nation’s leading healthcare innovation programs, announced today that its specialty pharmacy software platform, DromosPTM™, now serves pharmacies and patients across the country. Developed and implemented by Henry Ford Health in 2013 to address an internal need, the platform quickly grew beyond Detroit and is now used by seven leading specialty pharmacies and healthcare systems from Massachusetts to Utah. Additionally, more systems are planning to adopt the platform in the coming months.

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Healthcare Goes Digital

PatientBond explores the roles of AI and machine learning in extracting psychometric insights and how psychometric segmentation can be used to guide healthcare marketing campaigns and the controversies around using these kinds of data for marketing purposes.

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Laparoscopy Provides Minimally Invasive Surgical Options

More procedures can use robot-assisted technology. Robotic surgery isn’t what you might have seen from science fiction movies. While using this advanced technology, the surgeon is still performing the surgery. They are simply using these specialized tools. We have different advantages such as wristed instruments and enhanced visualization during the procedure using robotic technology. These advances allow us to expand on the laparoscopic skills that we already have and to do even more complex surgeries.

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Providence to Implement Innovative Cancer Intelligence Platform

Providence Saint John's Health Center has selected Project Ronin to implement a leading-edge cancer intelligence platform in October 2022 that will enable cancer patients and their clinical teams to better manage treatment symptoms, prevent avoidable emergency department visits, raise the standard of care, and improve patient outcomes.

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How Cloud-Scale Analytics Optimizes Supply Chains and Enhances Organization Performance

In this webcast, EY and Microsoft leaders discuss how organizations apply data, AI and data mesh principles in health care and life sciences to unlock insights to enhance supply chain effectiveness and drive value across the organization.

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Artificial Intelligence For Public Health Surveillance

In the changing public health environment shaped by COVID-19, federal health authorities continue to revisit traditional epidemiological approaches. Data collection and analysis systems that performed effectively for decades may no longer prove adequate to address a host of emerging issues, from the need to cope with growing amounts of information to increasing demands for faster public health response on a national scale.

But with the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) in the health sector, agencies can now automate, simplify, and transform the predictive modeling capabilities that enable large-scale disease surveillance efforts. As the success of Booz Allen’s COVID-19 Safe Return Simulator demonstrates, what AI provides federal health agencies is an unprecedented

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Digital Health Transformation: The Vital Role of Nursing in Achieving a Safer Patient World

Nursing plays a key role in patient care – yet are nurses adequately trained to incorporate new health technologies into their daily processes? Should they take on a leadership role in digital transformation – if so, what characteristics might they need? And how can such leadership help achieve a safer patient world?

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