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Opinion: Untapped potential - how can organisations realise the value of health and care data?

Ellen Coughlan, programme manager at the Health Foundation provides insght on how they helped to create a free and openly available tool f…

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Side effects mild, brief with single antidepressant dose of intravenous ketamine

Safety data analyzed from five NIH inpatient clinical trials…

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Technology optimization: refining clinical decision support

Five CDS technology pros describe some comprehensive best practices for making the technology work optimally for provider organizations.

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Post-acute providers often lack budget to implement critical health IT

Just under half (49 percent) of all post-acute providers surveyed said the state of their staff's health information technology proficiency…

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Mayo Clinic study links EHR usability with clinician burnout

Researchers sought to assess and benchmark how physicians view electronic health record usability, as defined by a standardized metric, and…

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Bacteriophage therapy may ease severity of alcoholic hepatitis

NIH-funded study in mice merits further investigation as a potential treatment.

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Older Mexican American adults experiencing pain are at risk of developing frailty

NIH-funded study calls for policy to manage pain-related frailty unique to older Mexican Americans.

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NIH adds five Lasker Clinical Research Scholars

Exceptional early stage scientists mark NIH’s commitment to build the next generation of biomedical researchers.

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How provider organizations can prepare cybersecurity incident response and recovery

Two healthcare cybersecurity experts who will be speaking at the upcoming HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum offer comprehensive advice on eve…

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NIH, NIST researchers use artificial intelligence for quality control of stem cell-derived tissues

Technique key to scale up manufacturing of therapies from induced pluripotent stem cells.

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Patients still facing big obstacles getting their own health data

Despite HIPAA's right of access rule, and CMS and ONC prioritizing consumer access in their forthcoming 21st Century Cures regs, a new scor…

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Patients still facing big obstacles getting their own health data

"Patients need their records, and it shouldn't be hard to get them," says Deven McGraw, chief regulatory officer at Ciitizen,…

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The impact of digital transformation in hospital care

Philips’ strong patient monitoring portfolio in critical care provides continuous monitoring for every care setting – from the point-of…

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What NHS can learn from other sectors to spur innovation

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Indiana HIEs consolidate into single statewide network

Indiana Health Information Exchange and Michiana Health Information Network will merge in 2020, at which point all MHIN employees will beco…

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Indiana HIEs consolidate into single statewide network

Two major health information exchanges are merging in Indiana in what their executives say will provide the state with broader and more con…

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Project Nightingale seems to square with HIPAA, but next steps matter

While Google apparently signed a business associate agreement with Ascension, and the scope of the data sharing appears to be in line with…

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Project Nightingale seems to square with HIPAA, but next steps matter

The health data sharing collaboration between Google and Ascension has raised some big concerns nationwide – starting with some emplo…

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Care collaboration tech reduces hospital’s ED-to-bed wait time by 97 minutes

Calls to the administrators on duty decreased from 274 before electronic notifications to 149 since implementation at Catawba Valley Medica…

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Germany introduces Digital Supply Act to digitalise healthcare

The Digital Supply Law (DVG), which was proposed by minister of health Jens Spahn earlier this year, was passed by the parliament on 8…

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Departing NHSX digital leader hits diversity top ten

Dr Sam Shah, who left NHSX at the end of October after six months in the role, was previously director of digital transformation at NHS Eng…

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Singapore’s national AI strategy to focus on chronic disease management and prevention

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Heng Swee Keat, today announced at the SFF X SWITCH (SingaporeFinTech Festival and Singapor…

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Lessons NHS can learn from Middle East digital health experiences

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How mutually beneficial partnerships can help patients

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Using both marijuana and alcohol during early pregnancy may increase the likelihood of disrupting fetal development

New preclinical research reported in animal models shows that exposure to compounds found in marijuana called cannabinoids during early pre…

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Study finds leading risk factors and causes of death and disability underrepresented in NIH-supported prevention research

Most prevention research projects included an observational design or secondary data analysis.

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Study vaccine protects monkeys against four types of hemorrhagic fever viruses

The vaccine provided protection from Ebola virus, Sudan virus, Marburg virus and Lassa virus.

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Opinion: Brexit and its impact on healthcare - What is happening now?

Government & PolicyDr Layla McCay, director of international relations at the NHS Confederation, warns that Brexit “should not hinder…

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NIH-funded study shows placenta imaging method may aid early diagnosis of pregnancy complications

Researchers used the technique to identify women with reduced placental blood flow who later developed one or more complications.

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NIH-funded study finds teens prefer mint and mango vaping flavors

Researchers focused on the most widely used brand for nicotine vaping.

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