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Blockchain Aims to Foster Payer, Provider Trust for Value-Based Care

Provider identity management could be the ideal case study for proving blockchain can generate trust between payers and providers for value-based care..

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Five Blockchain Use Cases for Healthcare Payers, Providers

Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize the way healthcare payers, providers, and patients interact with big data, but how will the industry adopt this technology?

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Growing NLP Marketplace Drives Healthcare Machine Learning

Natural language processing (NLP) is forming a strong foundation for healthcare's interest in machine learning technologies.

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Natural Language Processing, AI to Foster Clinical Decision Tools

Natural language processing and artificial intelligence will combine to produce a new generation of clinical decision support tools.

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Saint Joseph Hospital Leverages PIVOT Clinical Smartphones for Improved Care Team Communication

Saint Joseph Hospital – a recognized leader in clinical excellence – knows that arming their nurses with the industry’s best clinical smartphones is essential to providing their patients with the best possible care. This is why they integrated PIVOT clinical smartphones into their new, 365-bed facility.

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Six Steps to Developing a Successful Clinical Smartphone Strategy

"- Define an overall vision for your mobile technology initiatives - Assess your current infrastructure - Evaluate enterprise-class smartphone solutions - Establish mobile governance policies"

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5 Decisive Questions for Optimizing Telehealth Software Evaluation

What used to be a novelty in the healthcare industry has rapidly transformed into the new normal — a growing resource in healthcare’s technological advancement. The telehealth global market is expected to more than double from $18.2 billion to $38 billion within the next six years. Consumers are increasingly looking for virtual care services with nearly 75% of patients indicating they would see a doctor virtually. In order to evaluate the best match between your organization and a telehealth solution it is imperative that the key decision makers consider five critical questions prior to beginning the search.

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Tele-Behavioral Health: Clinically Effective & Cost Efficient

Tele-Behavioral Health programs empower hospitals to improve response times and lessen the burdens of care by enabling seamless communication between emergency physicians, patients and mental health professionals.