Eager for insight on which patients might deteriorate, hospitals are cramming a validation process that often takes months or years into a couple weeks.
From a negative pressure helmet to enhanced protocols, researchers at the Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care are adapting their research to focus on the COVID-19 ...
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Action items to help make the most of whichever electronic health record platform you’ve chosen.
Stanford clinicians and researchers are exploring whether artificial intelligence could help manage a potential surge of Covid-19 patients.
AI systems are not as rigorously tested as other medical devices, and have already made serious mistakes
Also: Providence supporting COVID-19 patients at home with Xealth and Twistle; Lief Therapeutics incorporates DrChrono's Open API.
Two health-tech leaders examine potentially groundbreaking human and computing efforts to stop diagnostic errors.
Brian Pruitt, senior healthcare strategic alliance manager at NetApp highlights the most anticipated conversations and topics at HIMSS20.
When all we want is what's best for each and every one of our patients, sometimes it's the little things that help turn the tide.
The Towson University Incubator-based company's tools will be used by OSF Healthcare, which operates 14 healthcare facilities in Illinois.
This Viewpoint proposes principles of security, transparency, and privacy to guide data-sharing agreements between clinical organizations and digital technology companies as both seek ...
Algorithms increasingly deployed at hospitals are meant to help identify high-risk patients, but they may also be lifting facilities' bottom lines.
Many health industry experts fear AI-based products won’t be able to match the hype.
Hospital acquired conditions are a costly threat to patient safety, but big data analytics and clinical decision support tools can help providers avoid incidents of harm.
Flagler Hospital, a 335-bed community hospital in St. Augustine, Fla., has saved $1,350 per pneumonia patient and reduced its readmission rate to 0.4% after deploying a new clinical ...