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How AI Can Live Up To Its Hype In The Healthcare Industry

Feb 25, 2020 , Forbes
Because tech companies too often fail to prioritize human needs over business interests, medicine’s most-hyped AI applications have failed, repeatedly, to move the needle on public health, patient safety or healthcare...
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HHS Tries To Ease Electronic Health Records’ Administrative Burden On Clinicians

Feb 25, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
HHS' strategy identified four main areas that contribute to administrative burden: clinical documentation; health information technology usability; public health reporting requirements, and federal health IT and EHR reporting requirements. Meanwhile, in face of complaints, HHS officials continue to talk up interoperability rules....
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Dying Of Flu, College Student Used Cellphone To Call 911. He Died When Police Couldn’t Find His Location.

Feb 25, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Location technology is "kind of a coin toss." The FCC has given carriers until 2021 to make sure transmission locations are within 50 yards 80% of the time. Public health news is on USPS work-related injuries, a biomedical research contest, suicide-crisis centers, prostate cancer, a lucky fall, perinatal stroke, birthing plans, disparity in birth outcomes, medical clowns, chocolate's appeal, friendship and health, childhood prosthetics, and healthy beverages, as well....
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Drug pricing review group signs deal with Aetion for patient data

Feb 25, 2020 , Reuters
The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER), a small but influential Boston-based research group, has signed a deal with private technology company Aetion to help it use patient health data in its reports on whether individual drugs are priced properly....
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Fish Blood May Provide Biotech Researchers With An Ethical Alternative To Fetal Bovine Fluid

Feb 25, 2020 , Forbes
Fetal Bovine Serum is used extensively in cell culture, however, the process to extract it is pretty brutal. Fish blood from aquaculture may provide a more ethical...
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New Research Shows Global Mental Health Investment Topped $750 Million In 2019

Feb 25, 2020 , Forbes
In February 2020, Octopus Ventures, one of the largest early stage investors in Europe and backers of mental-health-tech company Big Health, recently published results of new research showing that in 2019, VC investment in mental health technology reached £580 million ($750...
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Cramer sees biotech stocks as a refuge in the coronavirus-driven market plunge

Feb 25, 2020 , CNBC Health
"I look at these drug companies and I think, 'Wouldn't that be a great place to go if the market really falls apart?'" CNBC's Jim Cramer...
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HIMSSCast: Technology, policy and COVID-19

Feb 22, 2020 jonah.comstock@himssmedia.com (MobiHealthNews), Mobile Health News
COVID-19, perhaps still better known as novel coronavirus, is a dangerous and rapidly spreading disease that governments and healthcare stakeholders are working around the world to contain. But how is new technology shaping the narrative of this epidemic, and is it making it easier to manage than previous...
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Ping An says the coronavirus will impact China's economy but has also been 'helpful' for its business

Feb 22, 2020 , CNBC Health
Ping An Insurance's Jessica Tan tells CNBC how the company's technology expertise has given it an edge amid the ongoing coronavirus...
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Insulet's Omnipod to integrate with Dexcom, Abbott CGMs for automated, smartphone-controlled dosing

Feb 21, 2020 jonah.comstock@mobihealthnews.com (Jonah Comstock), Mobile Health News
Both CGM competitors announced integrations with Insulet yesterday during the Advanced Technologies & Treatment for Diabetes Congress in...
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Surviving The Impossible: How Did Nascar Driver Ryan Newman Escape Death At Daytona?

Feb 20, 2020 , Forbes
A combination of new technology and recent safety improvements helped driver Ryan Newman survive the recent crash at the Daytona...
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Trump Administration Rule To Let Patients Download Health Records Could Create Wild Wild West Of Data Sharing

Feb 20, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Once the data leaves the hospitals' systems it is no longer under the protection of HIPAA. The administration says that the FTC would be in charge of keeping tech companies in check when it comes to scraping up the troves of data, but critics are dubious about the extent to which the agency would be capable of doing that....
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Philips' Cindy Gaines talks changing role of population health, advice to women in health tech

Feb 19, 2020 laura.lovett@himssmedia.com (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
Gaines discusses how the primary care provider's role is rapidly changing to include managing more aspects of the patient's...
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Medtech conglomerate Medtronic purchases Digital Surgery in bid to expand their Surgical Robotics arm

Feb 19, 2020 , Mobile Health News
The deal was announced earlier this...
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The Rise Of RevOps: Rethinking The Structure Of Modern GTM Teams

Feb 19, 2020 , Forbes
Marketing and sales may have once been considered departments dominated by creativity and people skills, but today, marketing and sales look much more technical and operational due to the explosion of marketing...
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Academic institutions develop baby movement suit, smart diaper

Feb 18, 2020 laura.lovett@himssmedia.com (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
Innovators are focusing in on baby tech, as researchers from the University of Helsinki display a new movement tracking outfit and a team from MIT rolls out a smart...
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Global Health Technologies: Time To Re-Think The ‘Trickle Down’ Model

Feb 18, 2020 , Forbes
Technologies are critical for addressing global health needs, but the ‘trickle down’ model has limitations. If the end goal is to save lives and do it quickly, then innovations from the Global South must be given a...
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Could COVID-19 Spur A Revolution In Vaccine Development?

Feb 18, 2020 , Forbes
A number of companies are using new biotechnology to rapidly deploy vaccines for the COVID-19 coronavirus. If they are successful, it will herald a...
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'Ditch the Disk' group of tech execs is spurring the medical industry to move on from CD-ROMs

Feb 17, 2020 , CNBC Health
Storing medical images on CD is a big and expensive problem for the radiology field. Salesforce CMO Ashwini Zenooz and big tech companies are rallying behind an effort called "Ditch the...
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Could The COVID-19 Spur A Revolution In Vaccine Development?

Feb 17, 2020 , Forbes
A number of companies are using new biotechnology to rapidly deploy vaccines for the COVID-19 coronavirus. If they are successful, it will herald a...
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