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3M and M*Modal launch new AI-powered CDI tool

For their first new post-acquisition technology, 3M Health Information Systems and M*Modal have unveiled a clinical documentation improveme…

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Pop health IT helps Partners in Recovery reduce psychiatric hospital admissions by 50%

Combining psychiatric and primary care data, including social determinants of health, has also helped reduce ER spending from $2,265 per pa…

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NIH announces funding awards for national early psychosis learning community

NIH-funded research projects aim to improve quality of care and patient outcomes while speeding advances in early psychosis services and sc…

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The brain may actively forget during dream sleep

NIH-funded study suggests REM sleep may prevent information overload.

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ALS gene may be a hitchhiker’s guide to the neuron

NIH-funded study suggests a new pathway for treatments.

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Focus on operational efficiency and RTLS technology has given Wake Forest Baptist Health a financial leg up

Real-time tracking technologies allow the organization to monitor everything from patients to medical equipment.

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Rush, Ochsner Health System partner on telemedicine, Epic EHR

Telehealth will enable specialist interventions, while the EHR will allow patients to see their healthcare information from both organizati…

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How one provider org used SDOH, analytics and texting to help reduce pre-term births

The Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation increased prenatal visit attendance by 24%, reduced early preterm delivery by 27%, and reduced…

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NIH awards $20 million over five years to bring together music therapy and neuroscience

Research builds on the Sound Health Initiative, an NIH-Kennedy Center partnership in association with the National Endowment for the Arts.

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NIH to investigate minor cannabinoids and terpenes for potential pain-relieving properties

Despite a lack of robust evidence, cannabinoids—such as CBD—are often assumed to be safe and effective.

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10-hospital health system adds evidence-based clinical decision support tech

The clinical pathways system is designed to help make appropriate decisions related to specific clinical questions. The drug tool is design…

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NYU Langone Health implements randomized quality tests

The goal is to run dozens of such quality improvement projects each year and to ultimately make randomization standard practice for the con…

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Mayo Clinic CIO: 'This artificial intelligence stuff is real'

"And it is coming quickly to a care setting near you," said Cris Ross at Health 2.0 on Tuesday, touting "small AI and big AI" tools that ca…

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Teen e-cigarette use doubles since 2017

Researchers sound alarm on potential health effects of vaping.

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How cloud hosting can help with management of SDOH data

Two consultants explain how the agility of remote hosting can boost readiness for social determinant of health initiatives – and spotligh…

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Novant Health taps Jvion as first partner for its new AI institute

The prescriptive analytics company will start by helping researchers the Novant Health Institute of Innovation & Artificial Intelligence re…

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Study quantifies impact of NIH-sponsored trials on clinical cancer care

Researchers found trials add value regardless of whether findings were positive or negative.

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Surgery may benefit women with two types of urinary incontinence

NIH-funded study contrasts with current treatment guidelines.

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Mesh implants have similar outcomes to hysterectomy for vaginal prolapse repair

NIH-supported clinical study will continue to follow patients for five-year outcomes…

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Clinician burnout: Physicians name the technologies they think could best solve it

SANTA CLARA – At Health 2.0 on Monday, National Coordinator for Health IT Dr. Don Rucker listed a litany of challenges faced daily by…

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NIH-funded study suggests teen girl ‘night owls’ may be more likely to gain weight

Researchers estimated the children’s social jet lag — the difference between their weeknight and weekend bedtimes.

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FDA clears GE Healthcare's AI platform for X-ray scans

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given clearance to suite of of artificial intelligence algorithms embedded on a mobile X-ray devi…

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Consumer Technology Association publishes new health data privacy guidelines

Companies that handle consumer health and wellness data have a new set of industry-developed privacy guidelines with which to consult. WHY…

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HHS announces interoperability innovation awardees for FHIR scalability, patient engagement

Two interoperability projects will get a funding boost from the Leading Edge Acceleration Projects in Health Information Technology, or LEA…

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UK pledges £130m for new tech to tackle debilitating diseases

People in the UK could benefit from faster diagnosis and better treatment for debilitating illnesses after the government reveale…

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In a first, HIPAA right of access case gets settled with OCR

The first enforcement action and settlement related to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Right of Access Initiative is…

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FHA, ONC transition CONNECT interoperability project to the private sector

The Federal Health Architecture and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT ended federal support for the decade-old CONNECT d…

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Liberating healthcare data is the goal in US and abroad

Primary topic: Government & PolicyDisable Auto Tagging: Short Headline: Liberating healthcare data is the goal in US and…

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ONC names Sequoia Project as TEFCA coordinator

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT has awarded a new cooperative agreement to the Sequoia Project to run a major componen…

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Health orgs making strategic interoperability plans beyond CMS and ONC rules

Forward thinking healthcare leaders in the United States see the proposed rules to drive interoperability across the healthcare ecosystem a…

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