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Stony Brook Medicine crafts a telehealth strategic plan that bears fruit

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Improve health outcomes by ensuring adequate follow-up and better patient adherence and patient satisfaction. Secure the institution as an academic health center using innovative biomedical technology. What platform could integrate with our electronic medical record and scheduling systems?

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Featured Health IT Job: Data Scientist

Healthcare IT Today

Here’s a description of the position: New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) is a not-for-profit organization working in partnership with the New York State Department of Health to improve healthcare by collaboratively leading, connecting, and integrating health information exchange across the State.

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How Digital Health Can Stimulate Economic Development

Health Populi

Because, as I wrote in the Huffington Post about why a grocery store likes health data, employers who cover health insurance are payors keen to drive health outcomes for workers at a reasonable cost – in other words, to derive a good return-on-investment for health insurance spending on behalf of employees.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Advancing Quality of Care

AIHC

Weight and Height Juxtaposition in the Electronic Medical Record Causing an Accidental Medication Overdose (posted on the Patient Safety Network October 31, 2023) A 2-year-old girl presented to the emergency department (ED) with joint swelling and rash following an upper respiratory infection. Read the article in full.

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The New “Front Door” to Healthcare Can Only Open Fully with True Interoperability

HIT Consultant

Establishing timely billing practices to ensure optimal reimbursement and pharmacy revenue growth – Surging adoption of electronic medical records now means there are many new formats that have generated additional demands for better integration.

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Reproductive Health Technologies: From Design Feature to Defect

Bill of Health

These technologies — which generally encompass electronic devices, software, and other technology relating to women’s health — are designed to address disparities in reproductive healthcare and health outcomes by empowering individuals to assert greater control over their reproductive lives.

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Health Provider News

Hall Render

Here’s what’s going on CT hasn’t spent millions budgeted for health care, human services Opioid theft in nursing homes ‘concerning,’ data shows Connecticut health care spending outpaces economic growth Hartford HealthCare Named one of Fortune Magazine’s Most Innovative Companies DC D.C.