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The American healthcare system is broken — here’s what we can do to fix it

Healthcare Dive

Value-based care is key to transforming health outcomes and empowering doctors and patients, Texas physician Kevin Spencer argues.

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Indian doctors group taps Eka Care for online healthcare platform

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

The Eka Care mobile app provides doctors with a platform to connect with their patients; conduct teleconsultations; manage digital, physical, and ad-hoc appointments; schedule automated follow-ups; create digital prescriptions and reports; and use advanced practice analytics to inform decisions. WHAT IT'S ABOUT.

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Patients, Nurses and Doctors Blame Health Insurers for Increasing Costs and Barriers to Care

Health Populi

Most patients, nurses and doctors believe that health insurance plans reduce access to health care which contributes to clinician burnout and increases costs, based on three surveys conducted by Morning Consult for the American Hospital Association (AHA). We must shift our True North mantra for improving health care in the U.S.

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4 Steps for Operationalizing the FDA’s Call To Improve Health Outcomes for All Patients

HIT Consultant

In April, FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf laid out areas of challenge and opportunity when it comes to improving health outcomes, restoring public trust in science, and making the most of our ongoing investments in data analytics and clinical research. Wang, Chief Medical Officer of COTA, Inc.

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“My Doctor’s Office” Should Accept Wearable Tech Health Data, Most Patients Say

Health Populi

“Do personal health trackers belong in the doctor’s office?” Unique to this study is the patient sample polled: Software Advice surveyed 876 patients in September 2023 to gauge their perspectives on wearable tech and health. ” Software Advice wondered.

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Emory Healthcare and DrFirst partner on medication adherence

Healthcare It News

WHY IT MATTERS Patients at Emory Healthcare could have less chance of adverse drug events and know what they will pay for prescriptions at the pharmacy before they leave the doctor's office or hospital with AI-driven insights. Cameron Deemer, CEO of DrFirst, said in the announcement.

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Emoji Laws in Health Care ????

Bill of Health

Additionally, emojis might also make health care seem more fun , which some investors and physicians believe could improve health outcomes. A “bag of money” emoji accompanied by a “doctor” emoji is unlikely to satisfy the legal standard for disclosure. For this disclosure, emojis would not be appropriate.

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