The irony of COVID-19
June 1, 2020

ITN: The Irony of COVID-19

A delay of the ONC interoperability rule is as necessary now as the rule itself One year after being proposed, federal rules to advance interoperability in healthcare and create easier…

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May 19, 2020

AuntMinnie: Why Interoperability is Suddenly a Very Real Thing

Some of the most advanced healthcare technology can be found in radiology equipment. Unfortunately, when it comes to digital connectivity between health systems, providers, and patients, the industry is stuck…

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digital care improves care coordination reduces infection spread
April 23, 2020

Digital Care Improves Care Coordination But Also Helps Reduce Infection Spread

Our country’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak will teach us many lessons. One of those lessons that presented itself early on is the need to virtualize some aspects of medicine…

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MedCity News- evaluate views of patient data
April 13, 2020

MedCity News: It’s Time We Reevaluate Our Views Patient Data

Driven by business interests, many healthcare organizations continue to use the pretext of patient privacy all too easily, to keep data locked away. It's time to review what this generation…

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Bio IT World MM DH
February 25, 2020

Bio IT World: The Value Of Imaging Data As The Missing Essential Component Of Real World Data

By Matthew Michela, President and CEO, Life Image and Dan Housman, Co-founder and CTO, Graticule   Radiology is increasingly the key to synthesizing real world evidence with sufficient quality to shape drug performance. As…

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AI in healthcare
January 14, 2020

Three Reasons Why AI in Healthcare Will Either Flourish or Fail

It seems everyone has jumped on the AI bandwagon in healthcare these days. Behind the hype are fundamental structural and cultural considerations that will either make these efforts successful or…

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