Last updated on August 17th, 2022 at 07:44 am
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- Jefferson Health wins HIMSS Davies award for pandemic analytics work
The health system harnessed information and technology to boost vaccination rates for people of color and mitigate infections among its acute care patients, among other achievements.
- Agile practices – they’re not just for software development
At Penn Medicine, agile methods have been adopted by a number of information technology teams, including teams that support its enterprise EHR, data analytics, IT operations and systems administration.
- Mercy Health adopts 3M's CDI workflow tool to enhance chart review
It supports the collaboration among CDI specialists in reviewing patient charts and keeping a record of actions.
- HIMSSCast: ACA Community Health Needs Assessments – data challenges and solutions
The things every health IT leader needs to understand about these Affordable Care Act mandates, from national expert Michael A. Stoto, PhD, professor emeritus in the Department of Health Management and Policy at the School of Health at Georgetown University.
- Digital front doors' advantages when meeting population health needs
"This is really the future of care. Digital front doors can provide one single entry point and experience for the patient," one expert contends.
- ATA: What's ahead for telehealth policy after the pandemic
Federal and state advocacy team members discussed the status of telehealth policy as the public health emergency deadline looms and the industry questions, 'Is the pandemic over?'
- India begins initiative to build medical datasets representing the Indian population
It will help accelerate research and innovation in AI technology for healthcare.
- South Korea's Myongji Hospital to develop robots that support dementia patients
The hospital hopes the robots can stimulate attachment and emotions in early dementia patients.
- Novant Health launches VR training
More than 100 administrative and clinical team members will receive VR-based leadership training.