Newsletter | July 18, 2019

07.18.19 -- The Visionary CNO: More Than A Mobile Strategy

 
Featured Article
Can AI Propel Us Towards Universal Health Coverage?
Guest Column | By Greg Horne, SAS

While countries in all regions of the world continue to make progress toward universal health coverage, millions of people still have no access to healthcare. Considering this stark reality, it’s imperative we ask ourselves, how might advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) improve healthcare access and outcomes globally?

The Role Of Social Determinants In Influencing Population Health
Guest Column | By Derek Ross, Philips

We are complex, and our health reflects this complexity. Including social determinants in health evaluations holds great promise not only for patients and broader population groups, but for healthcare providers and health systems overall.

The Visionary CNO: More Than A Mobile Strategy
White Paper | By Rhonda Collins, Vocera Communications

Mobile strategy doesn’t just affect the way clinicians communicate it changes the way they practice. This is why we have to understand and meet users’ expectations and support practical use in the patient care environment.

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  Join Us For WEDI’s 2019 Summer Forum
 

Bridging EDI to API — Working for Today, Preparing for Tomorrow! Taking place July 30 to 31 in Chicago, attendees will tackle the critical issues impacting health IT and interoperability. The forum is the start of WEDI’s education on information to consider on the ONC and CMS proposed rules and open to all across provider, payer, vendor, and government entities.

In Case You Missed It
Edge Computing And Healthcare: Looking To The Future
Guest Column | By Alan Conboy, Scale Computing

There’s a lot of discussion within the healthcare sector about the adoption of edge computing. But behind all the hype and buzzwords is a very practical, accessible, and deployable technology that has the potential to be a game changer for hospitals and clinics around the world.

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