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Cerner acquires AbleVets, helping fine-tune its IT offerings for the federal space

The consultancy, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, has experience working with the DoD, VA and government healthcare clients…

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Cerner acquires AbleVets, helping fine-tune its IT offerings for the federal space

Cerner announced Friday that it will acquire IT consulting firm AbleVets, making it a wholly owned subsidiary that can help advance Cerner&…

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New NIH BRAIN Initiative awards accelerate neuroscience discoveries

Initiative equips researchers with the tools and insights necessary for studying a wide variety of brain disorders.

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NIH pairs cutting-edge neuroethics with ground-breaking neurotechnologies

NIH BRAIN Initiative collaboration looking at clinical research considerations.

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NIH funds new All of Us Research Program genome center to test advanced sequencing tools

HudsonAlpha awarded $7 million to expand national health dataset with uncharted genetic variants.

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Candidate Ebola Vaccine Still Effective when Highly Diluted, Macaque Study Finds

Scientists Hope Findings Mean Vaccine Supplies Could Stretch Farther.

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ACO integrates decision support with its EHR to improve pop health efforts

The decision support tool brings holistic data to the clinical team via predictive analytic modeling, while also automating all the data po…

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Microsoft, Nuance Partner on ambient clinical intelligence for physicians

The ACI platform, which the companies say can ease administrative burden by streamlining documentation, has been rolled out to some custome…

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Google hires Karen DeSalvo as new chief health officer

For its most recent big healthcare hire, Google has recruited former National Coordinator for Health IT Dr. Karen DeSalvo to serve as its f…

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Google hires Karen DeSalvo as new chief health officer

For its most recent big healthcare hire, Google has recruited former National Coordinator for Health IT Dr. Karen DeSalvo to serve as its f…

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How should AI be designed and regulated, and who should it serve?

That was the question Wednesday at the Connected Health Conference, as a panel of experts discussed the right regulatory approach to ensure…

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AI-based coronary IT helps comprehensively treat patients with just one test

The results from a coronary CTA, with the help of the vendor’s highly specialized technology, allow Prairie Heart Institute experts to fa…

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European Data Summit to discuss medical 'data donation' and maturity models

The event will see stakeholders debate the benefits and risks in future data management for healthcare.

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Artificial pancreas system better controls blood glucose levels than current technology

NIH-funded study of people with type 1 diabetes shows safety, efficacy benefits of new system.

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Physician-led accountable care organizations outperform hospital-led counterparts

On average, physician-led ACOs produced almost 7 times the amount of Medicare savings per beneficiary than hospital-led ACOs.

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Nicotine addiction linked to diabetes through a DNA-regulating gene in animal models

Scientists found a crucial role for a diabetes-associated gene in regulating the response to nicotine in the brain.

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NIH scientists develop test for uncommon brain diseases

Samples of cerebrospinal fluid used to detect tauopathies.

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How blockchain can protect telemedicine programs

A blockchain expert explains for healthcare CIOs and CISOs how the distributed ledger technology can defend telehealth systems against hack…

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Tampa General Hospital, OnMed partner for new telemedicine stations

OnMed's stations offer high definition video and audio capabilities, which allow for real-time consultations with a doctor or advanced prac…

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Frontotemporal lobar degeneration consortium combines and continues research efforts

NIH grant connects existing studies to form cornerstone for clinical research.

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Scientists work toward a rapid point-of-care diagnostic test for Lyme disease

Rapid assay for Lyme disease could lead to a practical test for use by healthcare providers.

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Microbleeds may worsen outcome after head injury

NIH study examines effects of blood vessel damage following brain injury.

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Q&A: John Halamka on worldwide trends in AI, blockchain, cloud and more

Longtime Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Chief Information Officer Dr. John Halamka left that role six months ago after more than two decades…

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On-demand: Livestream from HIMSS AsiaPac19 Conference & Exhibition

Primary topic: Patient EngagementDisable Auto Tagging: Short Headline: On-demand: Livestream from HIMSS AsiaPac19 Conference…

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Learning from other countries’ experiences in digitising healthcare

While it’s clear that there are fundamental differences between different regions across the globe grappling with the challenges of d…

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URGENT/11: FDA issues alert for cyber vulnerability that threatens medical devices, networks

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a safety communication on Tuesday – aimed at healthcare organizations, IT professionals,…

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Aledade touts cost saving successes of its ACOs

Healthcare technology company Aledade, which works with groups participating in the Medicare Shared Saving Program, announced its accountab…

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Ageing population trend provides massive opportunities for Japan, UK health tech collaboration, report finds

Japan's healthcare system shares a couple of similarities with the UK's. Both countries provide universal healthcare, and both are…

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Medicaid may be the driver to reducing costs

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CMS unveils new rules aimed at clinician burden, patient experience

As part of its Patients Over Paperwork initiative, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services unveiled its Omnibus Burden Reduction F…

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