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More physicians want to leave their jobs as pay rates fall, survey finds

Healthcare Dive

Two out of three physicians said they were considering an employment change, according to a survey out Thursday from Doximity.

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3 Ways To Overcome Barriers To AI Adoption In Healthcare

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Lu Zhang, founder and managing partner of Fusion Fund. In theory, artificial intelligence has the potential to transform the healthcare industry for the better in a number of important ways. AI and machine learning’s […] The article 3 Ways To Overcome Barriers To AI Adoption In Healthcare appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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The best time to develop an enterprise CRM strategy is now

Healthcare It News

Artificial Intelligence Financial/Revenue Cycle Management Patient Engagement Healthcare organizations face risk in not delivering exceptional consumer experiences. Those that don't prioritize customer relationship management may find it harder to maintain their competitiveness. Michalene Elliott Kinsler Healthcare organizations face risk in not delivering exceptional consumer experiences.

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Follow the (Medical) Record: History of the Medical Record with Allison Kozee

MRO Compliance

Follow the (Medical) Record: History of the Medical Record with Allison Kozee On this episode, host Don Hardwick interviews Allison Kozee, who has over 25 years of experience as a director of health information management. They discuss the history of the medical record, its original use and intention and how it has evolved to the many uses of today.

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Navigating the Future: Generative AI, Application Analytics, and Data

Generative AI is upending the way product developers & end-users alike are interacting with data. Despite the potential of AI, many are left with questions about the future of product development: How will AI impact my business and contribute to its success? What can product managers and developers expect in the future with the widespread adoption of AI?

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'Connectional intelligence' can help notch big achievements in healthcare

Healthcare It News

Erica Dhawan will offer more detail at her HIMSS23 presentation " Executive Summit Keynote: Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence." It is scheduled for Monday, April 17, at 8:45 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. CT at the Marriott Marquis Chicago, Level 4, in the Grand Horizon Ballroom.

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5 Important Things to Know About Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. For most people, going to the doctor for a quick check-up usually just means driving to the hospital. However, some people either don’t have the means to travel or they might require special equipment or […] The article 5 Important Things to Know About Non-Emergency Medical Transportation appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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CMS ruling paves way for virtual reality companies to obtain reimbursement from payers

Fierce Healthcare

CMS ruling paves way for virtual reality companies to obtain reimbursement from payers fdiamond Tue, 03/21/2023 - 15:53

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Record number of residency matches notched for 2023

Healthcare Dive

Interest in emergency medicine slots fell this year, however, with 554 positions left unfilled.

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Public Health Law and Civil Rights Laws Must Work Together to Rise to the Challenge of Long COVID

Bill of Health

By Elizabeth Pendo Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the need for public health laws and policies that align with and reinforce civil rights protections for disproportionately impacted populations is greater than ever. In particular, disability rights laws will be critical for responding to the millions of Americans who experience lasting or recurring symptoms after acute COVID-19 infection (commonly referred to as “long COVID”).

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Optimizing Medical Waste Management: A Guide to Best Practices

Feeling overwhelmed by medical waste regulations? This comprehensive guide unravels the complexities of medical waste disposal, ensuring you stay compliant and prioritize safety. Inside you'll find: Clear categorization: Learn to precisely classify medical waste for proper handling and disposal. Labeling & Storage: Discover best practices for clear labeling and secure storage of medical waste.

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Patient apps that use automation to improve outcomes

Healthcare It News

Tracy Chu will offer more detail during her HIMSS23 session "Automation Improves Digital Education App Performance." It is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19 at 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CT at the South Building, Level 5, room S505.

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Telemedicine will become default, with more virtual treatments, expert says

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

The COVID-19 public health emergency may be coming to an end in May. The boost the pandemic gave telemedicine into the mainstream cannot be understated. But what's next for virtual care? And what about the blossoming trend of virtual-first hybrid care? Healthcare IT News sat down with Sean Mehra, CEO and cofounder of HealthTap, a virtual-first urgent care and primary care clinic.

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Transforming veteran healthcare: How telehealth is changing the game

Healthcare Dive

Discover how telehealth is revolutionizing veteran healthcare, providing high-quality care regardless of location with essential use cases like video consultations, remote monitoring and telestroke.

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Monthly Round-Up of What to Read on Pharma Law and Policy

Bill of Health

Each month, members of the Program On Regulation, Therapeutics, And Law (PORTAL) review the peer-reviewed medical literature to identify interesting empirical studies, policy analyses, and editorials on health law and policy issues. Below are the citations for papers identified from the month of February. The selections feature topics ranging from an analysis of the approval and marketing of biosimilars with a skinny label and their associated Medicare savings, to a discussion of the Philips Res

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HIPAA Compliance: Can Your Organization Avoid Costly Government Penalties and Fines?

Colington Consulting was established in 2013 and helps organizations achieve HIPAA compliance and ensures clients stay current with the latest enforcement trends. We provide a full range of HIPAA compliance services and consulting. What separates us from our competitors is our knowledge of HIPAA compliance regulations and their application to each of our client’s particular scenarios and requirements.

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Even after the PHE, waves of innovation will continue

Healthcare It News

Dr. Vin Gupta will offer more detail during his HIMSS23 session "Keynote: Healthcare Disruption: Accelerated Opportunities for Care Delivery Alternatives." It is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19, at 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. CT at the West Building, Level 3, in the Skyline Ballroom, room W375.

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Woolworths-owned HealthyLife launches telehealth service with Global Health

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Supermarket giant Woolworths' health and wellness subsidiary HealthyLife has started offering same-day telehealth services. It has tapped a third-party virtual platform provider, ASX-listed Global Health, to help connect patients with GPs, dietitians, and nutritionists who can provide health consultations, medical certificates, e-scripts and referrals.

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IBM installs quantum computer on-site at Cleveland Clinic

Healthcare Dive

The IBM Quantum System One is the first quantum computer solely dedicated to healthcare research, and the first IBM-managed quantum computer in the U.S. outside of IBM’s facilities.

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Governing Health Data for Research, Development, and Innovation: The Missteps of the European Health Data Space Proposal

Bill of Health

By Enrique Santamaría Together with the Data Governance Act (DGA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the proposal for a Regulation on the European Health Data Space (EHDS) will most likely form the new regulatory and governance framework for the use of health data in the European Union. Although well intentioned and thoroughly needed, there are aspects of the EHDS that require further debate, reconsiderations, and amendments.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About FACIS, but Didn’t Know to Ask

Speaker: Amy Anderson

FACIS® helps organizations mitigate patient and organizational risk. Maintaining compliance and safeguarding against fraud and abuse in today’s changing healthcare landscape can be challenging. Most healthcare organizations screen and monitor providers against the OIG but that’s only ONE of FACIS®’ primary sources. FACIS® pulls data for every taxonomy from the lowest level employee to the highest level licensed professional.

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The Ever Evolving World of Cybersecurity Threats

Healthcare IT Today

Technology and the way people are using it are evolving in an increasingly steady pace. Just 20 years ago cellphones were getting photo display functions for the first time and were primarily being used to talk to people. Now our phones have facial recognition software and people are using them to shoot and edit films for fun. And the world of healthcare is no different.

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How AI can ease the burden of stressed-out teletriage nurses

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Teletriage nurses often face intense pressure as they work in fast-paced situations while assessing patients, employing critical thinking and delivering high-quality care. This can lead to staff burnout – contributing to an already existing exodus among healthcare professionals. Adopting automation within teletriage services can make all the difference, according to Stephen Dean , cofounder of Keona Health, a healthcare customer relationship management technology and services vendor.

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Majority of healthcare leaders struggle with inefficient data, report finds

Healthcare Dive

The report comes as provider groups increasingly use artificial intelligence to combat clinician burnout and tech companies invest in healthcare data management.

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Healthcare Platformization Will Prepare Us For The Next Pandemic

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Dan Leibu, co-founder and chief operating officer, League. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare industry rapidly adopted new technologies and processes to improve care delivery and keep patients and staff safe. […] The article Healthcare Platformization Will Prepare Us For The Next Pandemic appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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How Embedded Analytics Gets You to Market Faster with a SAAS Offering

Start-ups & SMBs launching products quickly must bundle dashboards, reports, & self-service analytics into apps. Customers expect rapid value from your product (time-to-value), data security, and access to advanced capabilities. Traditional Business Intelligence (BI) tools can provide valuable data analysis capabilities, but they have a barrier to entry that can stop small and midsize businesses from capitalizing on them.

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Court of Appeal affirms that Optum’s arbitration requirements are unenforceable

Natalia Mazina

The California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District has just affirmed the holding of a trial court that Optum’s arbitration clause in its manual is unconscionable and unenforceable. I have previously covered this case here. But in a nutshell, a group of California pharmacies brought a case against Optum alleging misrepresentation, fraud, and breach of contract.

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Hold off telehealth rule changes, health tech industry urges Medical Board of Australia

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

The Medical Software Industry Association has called on the Medical Board of Australia to think twice about imposing changes to telehealth rules, saying there could be "serious unintended" consequences. In a statement, the peak organisation for the health technology industry noted "significant" oversights from the Medical Board's public consultation on its proposed telehealth guidelines.

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Microsoft’s Nuance integrates GPT-4 into medical scribe

Healthcare Dive

DAX Express will be Nuance’s first fully automated clinical documentation software. Historically, Nuance has sent the notes generated by its AI to a human for quality review before returning them to physicians.

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QHINs Will Help Shine a Light on Data Quality

Healthcare IT Today

There has been a lot of activity and news coverage of Qualified Health Information Networks, or QHINs, recently. But what are they? and do we need to pay attention to them? As the industry gets ready to descend on Nashville for ViVE2023, we thought it would be helpful to get a primer on QHINs and discuss their potential impact. Healthcare IT Today had the chance to ask Charlie Harp, CEO of Clinical Architecture , for his perspective via email.

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Ensure Continuous Patient Care: How to Avoid Disruptions Due to Ransomware

The industry has seen an increasing pace of ransomware, zero-day, and remote-code execution attacks. Learn how to defend against these against these attacks in this eBook.