Faced with ongoing U.S healthcare reform that forces hospitals to bear financial risk for patient outcomes, Partners Healthcare should embrace the power of machine learning to cut costs and improve quality of care
Machine learning can improve the quality of surgical care while reducing the cost – how is this possible and what should you expect in the next decade?
To what extent can StatDx's machine learning tool help improve radiologists' efficiency and accuracy?
Ever gone to the doctor and been unable to look your physician in the eye? Was it because you were embarrassed to say something or because he or she had his or her head down trying to type your entire response into the new Electronic Health Record? EHRs have ushered in a new era of modern medicine, but is it all good?
athenahealth is using technology to improve the healthcare system – but can its model compete with larger companies?
The U.S. healthcare system is in the midst of a major reform, with a focus on reducing healthcare spend while maintaining quality of care. One aspect of this is the move to digital patient records. Electronic Health Records (EHRs) intend to improve information sharing across points of care, to improve efficiency across the system.
Epic was on the digitization forefront when it was founded in 1979 and has become a billion dollar business as a result. But now that electronic medical records are the norm, can Epic continue to rely on its large market share or is it time for the giant to find a new edge?
“this is not an IT implementation, this is a business transformation”