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  • Mayo Clinic Taps Oracle Fusion Cloud for Finance, HR, and Supply Chain Management

    What You Should Know: – Mayo Clinic has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite and Oracle Fusion Analytics to power its business processes as it transforms the future of healthcare.  – With Oracle, Mayo Clinic will be able to support its path to 2030, an ambitious strategy to cure, connect and transform healthcare, by improving the administrative services experiences and scaling functions and business analysis to support its global growth. – As one of […]

  • emids Acquires Cloud Development Resources to Create Low-Code Development Practice

    What You Should Know: – emids, today announced the acquisition of Cloud Development Resources (CDR), a leading provider of low-code, enterprise-grade business solutions and services on the OutSystems platform for some of the country’s leading and largest healthcare and life sciences companies. – OutSystems is the pioneer in low-code development, and this partnership with emids […]

  • Dura Software Acquires Cloud-Based Telehealth Platform SecureVideo

    What You Should Know: – Dura Software, specialists in acquiring and operating hyper niche software products, announced it has acquired SecureVideo, a cloud-based software company with extensive experience developing a secure SaaS telehealth platform for the healthcare industry. Expanding the Dura portfolio, SecureVideo is the ninth acquisition for Dura Software and furthers the Dura mission […]

  • Innovaccer Raises $150M at $3.2B Valuation to Expand Health Cloud Platform

    What You Should Know: – Innovaccer raises $150M Series E round at a $3.2B valuation as health systems adopt its Innovaccer Health Cloud to accelerate digital transformation. – Launches new Innovation Accelerators to help customers tackle the most common and high-impact clinical, operational, and financial use cases. Innovaccer Inc. a Silicon Valley-based healthcare data platform […]

  • UC Davis Health, AWS Launches Cloud Innovation Center for Health Equity

    What You Should Know: – Today, UC Davis Health launched a Cloud Innovation Center (CIC), powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), making the renowned academic medical center one of America’s leaders in digital medicine. – Focused on digital health equity, the UC Davis Health CIC will allow clinicians, patients, developers, and students to exchange ideas, […]

  • Community Care Physician Network to Implement Innovaccer Health Cloud

    What You Should Know: – Community Care Physician Network (CCPN) deploys Innovaccer Health Cloud to help its providers deliver exceptional consumer experiences, support high-quality care, and manage costs across its Medicare and Commercial contracts. Today Innovaccer Inc., the Health Cloud company, announced that Community Care Physician Network (CCPN) is utilizing the Innovaccer Health Cloud to help […]

  • Florence Health Adopts Innovaccer Health Cloud to Scale R&D

    What You Should Know:  – Florence Health, a next-generation, fully risk-bearing, primary care provider, has partnered with Innovaccer to move its proprietary technology development to the Innovaccer Health Cloud.  – Florence, which will enter 2022 at full risk for more than 25,000 Medicare patients across multiple states and annual revenues of over $350 million, selected […]

  • Sirona Medical Secures $40M for Cloud-Native Radiology Operating System

    What You Should Know: – Sirona Medical, a San Francisco, CA-based cloud software company for radiologists taking on legacy technology, announced $40 Million in Series B funding led by GreatPoint Ventures and joined by Rose Park Advisors and Avidity Partners, with additional participation from previous investors including 8VC and Global Founders Capital. – Sirona Medical Inc. is addressing the needs of today’s radiology practices with a novel cloud-native […]

  • Children’s Health Alliance Deploys Innovaccer Health Cloud

    What You Should Know: – Children’s Health Alliance, Oregon’s largest pediatric IPA, has moved to Innovacccer Health Cloud. CHA turned to Innovaccer’s Data Activation Platform to help its providers collaborate across care sites and deliver high-quality care.  – CHA will also use Innovaccer’s Physician Engagement solution to give clinicians actionable insights that support accurate coding and quality care management […]

  • Innovaccer Unveils Population Health Analytics Solution on Health Cloud

    What You Should Know:  – Today, Health Cloud company Innovaccer, today unveiled its new Population Health Analytics solution, now available on the Innovaccer Health Cloud.  – The new solution helps risk-based providers improve care management and delivery with AI-enhanced predictive analytics; performance assessments and benchmarking; and comprehensive, customizable dashboards that drive evidence-based decisions in real-time. […]

  • Hackensack Meridian to Deploy Google Cloud’s AI/ML Offering in Clinical Settings

    What You Should Know: – Hackensack Meridian Health and Google today announced the two organizations are expanding their relationship to improve patient care. Hackensack Meridian Health recently migrated to Google Workspace and will be one of the first health systems in the world to use Chrome OS devices across clinical and business environments. – In […]

  • Nemours Children’s Selects Innovaccer Health Cloud to Support Value-Based Whole-Person Care

    What You Should Know:  – Innovaccer Inc., the Health Cloud company, announced a partnership with Nemours Children’s Health, one of the nation’s largest clinically integrated pediatric health systems, to create a unified data platform designed to accelerate Nemours’ mission to transform children’s health through a holistic care model. – The partnership will integrate and activate […]

  • Why Moving Enterprise Data Management to the Health Cloud Is Worth The Investment

    Abhinav Shashank, CEO and Co-founder of Innovaccer Mike Sutten, Chief Technology Officer at Innovaccer Accelerated digitalization is a boon for the healthcare industry. With electronic healthcare records (EHRs), provider organizations can more easily manage population health and meet the needs of stakeholders. However, the increased use of electronic records also means that providers need to […]

  • Saint Luke’s Health System Deploys Innovaccer Health Cloud

    What You Should Know: – St. Luke’s Health System, one of the largest health networks in Kansas City, has adopted Innovaccer Health Cloud to support its initiatives around the Primary Care First and commercial value-based care models. – St. Luke’s Health System turned to the Innovaccer Health Cloud and it’s Data Activation Platform to unify […]

  • 4 Tips for Healthcare Orgs Considering Cloud-Based Video Surveillance

    Nigel Waterton, Chief Revenue Officer for Arcules Healthcare security leaders know that the tools needed to combat threats are only one piece of the puzzle when it comes to protecting what truly matters within their organization. There are a number of factors for healthcare facilities to consider when it comes to identifying physical security challenges […]

  • Olive Selects AWS as Its Preferred Cloud Provider to Create the Internet of Healthcare

    What You Should Know: – Olive, the AI healthcare company, announced today the adoption of Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) as its preferred cloud provider, now leveraging AWS’s computing capabilities to improve healthcare efficiency and reduce costs for patients and organizations. – Olive’s workflow automation solution will run on AWS to connect the disparate systems […]

  • HIMSS21 Day 1 News: Google Cloud, Salesforce, Zoom, Philips, GE Healthcare, GoodRx

    Google Cloud Unveils New Research examining COVID-19’s Acceleration of Innovation in Healthcare Google Cloud revealed new research unveiling the impact of COVID-19 on reshaping technology’s role in healthcare. This research is the second phase of research that Google Cloud published in July, showcasing how critical data interoperability is in improving patient outcomes. The research reveals […]

  • Google Cloud Research Reveals COVID-19 Accelerates Innovation, Tech Adoption Still Lags

    What You Should Know: – Google Cloud revealed new research unveiling the impact of COVID-19 on reshaping technology’s role in healthcare. This research is the second phase of research that Google Cloud published in July, showcasing how critical data interoperability is in improving patient outcomes. The research reveals healthcare organizations accelerated technological upgrades over the […]

  • GE Healthcare Unveils AI-Enabled, Cloud Imaging Solution

    What You Should Know: – GE Healthcare unveils its next-generation, cloud-based Picture Archive and Communication System (PACS) designed to address the acute shortage of radiologists and growing demand for imaging scans has put radiology departments under increased strain. Edison True PACS is a transformative system, offering AI-enabled decision support to help radiologists adapt to higher […]

  • Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare Launches Azure Healthcare APIs

    What You Should Know: – Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare announced it is expanding its portfolio of interoperability data services for the health and life sciences industry with Azure Healthcare APIs. – Built for the requirements of Protected Health Information (PHI), Azure Healthcare APIs enable customers with a platform as a service (PaaS) to ingest, manage, and persist data in the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare. Anyone working with health data can […]

  • Jvion Launches Clinical AI on the Innovaccer Health Cloud

    What You Should Know: – Jvion, a leader in clinical artificial intelligence (AI), today announced that its AI-powered prescriptive insights, powered by the Jvion CORE™, are now available on the Innovaccer Health Cloud. – Innovaccer’s integration with Jvion’s clinical AI to help more than 37,000 providers go beyond risk prediction to prescriptive interventions, resulting in […]

  • Cloud Technology and Healthcare Evolution: Microsoft in the Spotlight

    Gerry Miller, CEO & Founder, Cloudticity In April, software giant Microsoft made a lot of headlines announcing its multibillion-dollar acquisition of Nuance, the cloud-based clinical intelligence developer best known to healthcare providers for its Dragon and PowerScribe speech-recognition products. Business analysts and reporters zeroed in on impressive financial details and utilization potential for “ambient AI” technologies […]

  • HCA, Google partnership to focus on data analytics

    The health system and technology giant are teaming up to create a data analytics platform and tools that support workflow management. Google Cloud will gain access to the massive trove of patient information gathered at HCA’s 184 hospitals, though data access and use will be governed by privacy rules.

  • HCA Healthcare Taps Google Cloud to Create New Health Data Analytics Platform

    What You Should Know: – HCA Healthcare, one of the nation’s leading healthcare providers, is partnering with Google Cloud to help create a secure health data analytics platform. – The partnership will leverage HCA Healthcare’s 32 million annual encounters to identify opportunities to improve clinical care. Note that privacy and security are guiding principles of the partnership, and Google Cloud will not have access to patient-identifiable data.  – HCA Healthcare has been at the […]

  • Innovaccer Launches Enterprise Data Platform for Payers on the Innovaccer Health Cloud

    What You Should Know: – Innovaccer, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based healthcare technology company, has launched its Enterprise Data Platform for payers on the Innovaccer Health Cloud. – The solution will enable healthcare payers to accelerate digital transformation, facilitate interoperability, foster collaboration across stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem, and comply with regulatory requirements. – Fragmented […]

  • Google Cloud Expands Intelligent Vaccine Impact Solution to Support Vaccine Equity

    What You Should Know: – Google Cloud today launched an expanded virtual agent as part of its Intelligent Vaccine Impact solution (IVIs). People will be able to schedule vaccine appointments and ask common questions through a virtual agent, Contact Center AI. – Contact Center AI (CCAI), one core component of the Intelligent Vaccine Impact solution, scales […]

  • Led by Sequoia, Benchling Raises $200M to Accelerate R&D Cloud Platform

    – Today Benchling, the leading life and sciences R&D cloud, announced a $200M Series E raise led by Sequoia Capital Global Equities and joined by Altimeter Capital, Byers Capital, and Elad Gil. This funding will be used to aggressively invest in product development and global expansion to support enterprise customers. The raise is also joined […]

  • Q1 2021 Health IT/Digital Health PC/VE, M&A, IPOs/ SPACs Activity

    The first quarter of 2021 has been one of investor optimism as the vaccine rollout continues ahead of expectations and economic activity begins to accelerate in response.  Within the Health IT industry, the already strong investment and M&A trends seen in 2020 have only accelerated.  Over the course of the quarter, we observed $7 billion in private […]

  • M&A: Microsoft Acquires Nuance for $16B to Accelerate Healthcare Cloud Strategy

    What You Should Know: – Today, Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) and Nuance Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: NUAN) announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Microsoft will acquire Nuance for $16B.  Financial terms of the all-cash deal details Microsoft paying $56 per Nuance share, a 23% premium over Friday’s closing price with a total value including debt at $19.7 billion. – Microsoft’s acquisition of Nuance builds […]

  • Why the Digital-First, Patient-Centered Care is Critical to Healthcare

    Michael D. Robinson Vice President, Healthcare North America at VMware In the turmoil of one of the hardest years the healthcare industry has experienced, many healthcare organizations innovated nearly overnight, transforming bedside tablets into virtual care providers and parking garages into field hospitals. Through the help of agile, flexible technology, healthcare has empowered providers to […]

  • Cardinal Health and Deep Lens Collaborate for AI-based Oncology Clinical Trial Matching

    What You Should Know: – Today, Deep Lens and Cardinal Health announced a strategic collaboration that will integrate Deep Lens’ AI-based clinical trial matching solution, VIPER, into community-based oncology practices throughout the Cardinal network. VIPER will be a part of Cardinal Health’s new Navista advanced suite of technology solutions designed to help oncologists improve outcomes, […]

  • MEDITECH, WELL Health Partner to Enhance Digital Patient Engagement

    What You Should Know: – MEDITECH recently announced Expanse Patient Connect, powered by WELL Health, a contemporary, mobile solution enabling bidirectional, communication between healthcare organizations and their patients. Available through the MEDITECH Cloud Platform, the solution leverages WELL Health’s automated patient interaction functionality to improve provider efficiency and keep patients and their families connected to their care […]

  • Boost Operational, Clinical and Financial Performance with Good Data

    Peter Nelson, VP & General Manager, Global Alliances at GHX There’s an old adage that every challenge is merely an opportunity in disguise. COVID-19 highlighted the healthcare industry’s ongoing challenge with producing clean, standardized data. As the industry looks to rebound from the severe financial impact of the pandemic, there’s a renewed urgency among hospitals […]

  • Oneview Healthcare Launches Cloud-Based Virtual Care Experience Platform

    What You Should Know:  – Oneview Healthcare collaborated with long-time client, NYU Langone Health, to roll out a virtual patient engagement platform in response to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  – CXP Cloud Enterprise powered by Microsoft Azure technology with the use of Samsung tablets, helps engage patients, reduce non-clinical demands on care teams […]

  • Next-Generation Cloud Storage: Enabling Collaboration & Analytics for Pharma Research

    Russ Kennedy, Chief Product Officer, Nasuni Pharmaceutical companies today are distributed, global organizations, with research centers, manufacturing facilities, and regulatory management hubs spread all over the globe. To develop new treatments and bring them to market, all of these different functions need to collaborate more closely than ever. Using traditional, on-premises storage technologies, however, makes […]

  • Apriss Health Acquires Care Coordination Platform PatientPing

    What You Should Know: PatientPing, a comprehensive care collaboration platform, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Appriss Health, a cloud-based care coordination software and analytics solutions focused on behavioral health and substance use disorder. – Together, PatientPing and Appriss, backed by Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. and Insight Partners, will represent the largest and most diverse care […]

  • AKASA Raises $60M to Automate Revenue Cycle Operations for Health Systems

    What You Should Know: – AKASA (formerly known as Alpha Health), a South San Francisco, CA-based Unified Automation™ company for revenue cycle management in healthcare, announced it has raised $60 million in its series B round of funding. – Founded in 2018, AKASA uses the same machine learning approaches that made driverless cars possible to […]

  • Innovaccer Launches Provider Network Management Solution for Payers on the Innovaccer Health Cloud

    –  Innovaccer, Inc., a leading healthcare technology company, announced the launch of its Provider Network Management solution to assist healthcare payers access complete view and exercise control over their provider network performance. – The Provider Network Management solution is powered by the Innovaccer Health Cloud and an integrated, modular, flexible platform that centralizes data and […]

  • Novo Nordisk, TetraScience Partner on Cloud-Based Instrument Data Platform

    What You Should Know: – Novo Nordisk A/S, a leading global healthcare company, and TetraScience, the leading global Life Sciences R&D Data Cloud, announce a new partnership to design a cloud-based instrument data platform for drug R&D, built natively on Amazon Web Services. – Novo Nordisk will leverage the TetraScience Platform for automated instrument data […]

  • Komodo Health Secures $220M for Life Sciences Data Platform at $3.3B Valuation

    What You Should Know: – Komodo Health announces $220M Series E investment to advance its enterprise healthcare and life sciences platform. At a $3.3 billion valuation, the investment underscores the company’s rapidly growing role as a foundational enterprise technology platform helping to drive digital transformation across the healthcare industry.  – Founded in 2014, Komodo Health’s Healthcare Map™ is the industry’s […]

  • Cloud Technologies in Healthcare: Improving Access to Care at Lower Costs

     Venky Ananth, SVP, Global Head of Healthcare at Infosys The healthcare industry has been among those at the fore when it comes to cloud adoption. It’s no wonder then that between 2020 and 2024, the global market is projected to see a rise of nearly US$25.54 billion in cloud technologies in this industry1. What has […]

  • Life sciences must become cloud-first to seize the science of tomorrow

    If the power of the life sciences industry to innovate and collaborate were ever in doubt, the speed at which vaccines for COVID-19 were discovered, developed, trialled, approved and manufactured have confirmed just how dynamic the industry can be. And that dynamism, innovation and collaboration are all qualities that the industry must continue to nurture […]

  • Why A Smart Command Center Requires A Health Cloud Platform

    Dr. David Nace, Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer Aviation, military, NASA, or even utilities like the New York Power Authority—almost all high-consequence, complex organizations have one thing in common: a command center. The concept of a command center or a ‘war room,’ or ‘air traffic control’ has been around for a while. Command centers help […]

  • Moderna, IBM Partner on COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Chain & Distribution Data Sharing

    What You Should Know: – Moderna and IBM announced their intentions to explore technologies, including artificial intelligence, blockchain and hybrid cloud, that could help support smarter COVID-19 vaccine management. Central to the effort will be a pilot of open, standardized, technology-enabled vaccine distribution approaches aimed to improve supply chain visibility and foster near real-time tracking […]

  • Highmark Health Taps Verily to Build Digital Health Tools for Living Health Model

    What You Should Know: – Highmark Health has engaged Verily to build out digital health tools for patients and analytics solutions for Highmark’s clinicians as part of its Living Health model. This marks the first collaboration of its kind for Verily, Google Cloud and a partner.   – Highmark Health is a Blue Cross Blue Shield health plan based in […]

  • Data-Driven Future: Impact of Machine Learning on Diabetes Management

    Athar Siddiqui:  Global Strategy Lead, Digital Connected Solutions –  Ascensia Diabetes Care “Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don’t think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other” – Bill Gates wrote this in 1999 and, nowadays, the same can certainly be said about information technology and healthcare.  […]

  • Innovaccer Reaches $1.3B Valuation, Launches Health Cloud Platform

    What You Should Know: – Innovaccer closes Series D round of growth capital bringing Innovaccer at a total valuation of $1.3 billion. – In addition, the company has launched the Innovaccer Health Cloud, a platform as a service that combines the company’s Data Activation Platform and application suite with an extensive set of platform services […]

  • Emory Healthcare Taps Rimidi to Create FHIR-Based Apps for Orthopedic Surgery and Deep Brain Stimulation

    What You Should Know: – Rimidi, a cloud-based software platform that enables personalized management of health conditions across populations, today announced a strategic collaboration with Emory Healthcare to develop new patient and provider-facing FHIR  apps. – Specifically, the apps will create a more collaborative and transparent experience for patients undergoing orthopedic surgery, as well as […]

  • Best Practices to Ensure Telehealth Security and Protect Patient Data

    Paul Banco, CEO of etherFAX To support the sudden increase in test results and medical records being transmitted during the pandemic, hospitals, laboratories, and pharmacies implemented additional devices and remote connections into their networks. After the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) lifted penalties around telehealth to expand care options amid the crisis, new platforms were […]

  • Canadian-Based EMR MEDFAR Raises $25M to Expand Into North America

    What You Should Know: – MEDFAR Clinical Solutions, a Montreal-based Electronic Medical Record (EMR) provider in Canada, announced today a minority investment of nearly $25 million led by Walter Capital Partners. – MEDFAR’s cloud-based EMR solutions, MYLE and PLEXIA, are built with physicians in mind. MEDFAR R&D is performed in partnership with doctors and healthcare administration and is […]

  • UPMC Spinout Astrata Launches NLP Platform to Improve Value-Based Care

    What You Should Know: – UPMC spinout company Astrata launches a natural language processing (NLP) technology platform that allows health insurers to more efficiently analyze unstructured clinical data. UPMC Enterprises, the innovation and commercialization arm of UPMC has incubated and launched Astrata, a digital healthcare quality company. Astrata uses advanced analytics and natural language processing […]

  • Kaiser Inks Multi-Year Agreement with Accenture, Microsoft for Cloud Transition

    What You Should Know: – Kaiser Permanente signs a multi-year strategic agreement with Accenture and Microsoft to support the healthcare provider’s transition to the cloud environment. – The partnership enables stronger cloud computational power and data insights readily available to care teams, so Kaiser’s members—and patients—will benefit from more timely and personalized healthcare. Kaiser Permanente […]

  • Casana Raises $14M to Expand IoT Heart Health Toilet Seat

    What You Should Know: – Casana raises $14M in Series A funding to pursue FDA clearance for its an IoT heart health toilet seat that captures clinically relevant measurements, including heart rate, blood pressure, blood oxygenation, and cardiac output. Casana, previously known as Heart Health Intelligence, Inc., a healthcare technology firm that is re-inventing in-home […]

  • Volpara Acquires Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Platform CRA Health for $18M

    What You Should Know: –  Volpara Health, an integrated breast care platform assisting in the delivery of personalized patient care has acquired breast cancer risk assessment platform CRA Health. – CRA Health, LLC, is a breast cancer risk assessment company spinoff from Massachusetts General Hospital — a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital. Today the company delivers more […]

  • Google Cloud Launches Intelligent COVID-19 Vaccine Impact Solution with AI-Powered Forecasting, Sentiment Analysis

    What You Should Know: – Google Cloud, today announced the launch of its Intelligent Vaccine Impact Solution, a set of core solutions to help regional and local governments deliver successful COVID-19 public health strategies, ranging from vaccine information and scheduling to distribution and analytics, to forecasting and modeling COVID-19 cases, and more. – The Intelligent […]

  • The Combination of 5G and AI Will Transform Healthcare in 2021

    Bryan Lubel, Executive Vice President, Connected Health of KORE Not many will disagree that the global pandemic has accelerated the use of technology in healthcare. With a healthcare system stressed to a breaking point, medical professionals have had to prioritize critical cases and increasingly turn to technology tools such as telemedicine and remote patient monitoring […]

  • How Automation is Key to the Future of Healthcare Operations

    Giri Rajaiah, Executive Leader, Vice President, Healthcare & Life Sciences, DISYS As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. A similar correlation is seen in the quest to leverage innovation and out-of-the-box thinking to address key problems facing the healthcare industry. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought the immense pressure the U.S. healthcare […]

  • From Analog to Digital Neurology: 3 Steps to Better Inform Patient Care

    Dr. Nandor Pinter, Director of Neuroimaging Research, DENT Institute Dr. Murray Gillies, General Manager of Digital Cognitive Dx Venture, Philips The field of neurology is at an inflection point. With a growing aging population, neurologists are facing an increasing number of patients needing care, and the pent-up demand for services due to COVID-19 only exacerbates […]

  • Boston Scientific Acquires Preventice Solutions for $925M in Cash

    What You Should Know: – Boston Scientific announces an agreement to acquire Preventice Solutions, a leading developer of mobile health solutions and remote monitoring services that connect patients and caregivers for $925M in cash. – The acquisition of external cardiac monitoring technologies and services providers will expand Boston Scientific’s rhythm management diagnostics portfolio and capabilities. […]

  • Challenges of Operationalizing Remote Patient Monitoring Data

    Roberto Martinez, President, Mexico, Encora Among the many evolving technologies in the healthcare industry, there may be none more important or impactful than remote patient monitoring (RPM) hardware and software solutions. This technology is opening up new possibilities in extended healthcare – saving patients money, limiting visits to the doctor’s office, and providing healthcare professionals […]

  • To Beat COVID-19, We Need A Modern Approach to Public Health Data

    Ed Simcox, Chief Strategy Officer at LifeOmic The COVID-19 pandemic, which has taken 270,000 American lives to date, has shined a light on another crisis — the U.S. currently has no standardized system for reporting public health data. Health departments all over the country resort to using paper, fax, phone, and email to transmit and […]

  • Philips Acquires Medical Device Integration Platform Capsule for $635M

    What You Should Know: – Philips announces the acquisition of Capsule, a leading vendor-neutral Medical Device Integration Platform with a software-as-a-service business model – The Capsule acquisition is a strong fit with Philips’ strategy to transform the delivery of healthcare along the health continuum with integrated solutions. Philips, today announced that it has signed an […]

  • 3 Steps to Maintain Telehealth’s Momentum Post-Pandemic

    In the face of COVID-19, healthcare witnessed how crises can become the long-awaited push for creativity and innovation that the industry needs. When our healthcare infrastructure’s weaknesses were exposed, telehealth helped to stitch them up, with the number of telehealth claims increasing 8,336% nationally from April 2019 to April 2020. Out of need, patients quickly […]

  • NeuroFlow Secures $20M for Tech-Enabled Behavioral Health Integration Platform

    What You Should Know: – NeuroFlow raises $20M to expand its technology-enabled behavioral health integration platform, led by Magellan Health. – NeuroFlow’s suite of HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based tools simplify remote patient monitoring, enable risk stratification, and facilitate collaborative care. With NeuroFlow, health care organizations can finally bridge the gap between mental and physical health in order […]

  • Net Health Acquires Post-Acute Analytics Platform PointRight – M&A

    What You Should Know: –  Net Health acquires post-acute market analytics platform PointRight to deepen the company’s analytics capabilities, post-acute presence, and support for SNF networks. Net Health, a provider of cloud-based software for specialty medical providers across the continuum of care, today announced that it has acquired PointRight Inc., a leading provider of analytics […]

  • Traditional RESTful APIs Will Not Solve Healthcare’s Biggest Interoperability Problems

    Brian Platz, Co-CEO and Co-Chairman of Fluree Interoperability is a big discussion in health care, with new regulations requiring interoperability for patient data. Most approaches follow the typical RESTful API approach that has become the standard method for data exchange. Yet Health Level Seven (HL7), with its new Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard for […]

  • Nuance Launches AI-Powered Patient Engagement Virtual Assistant Platform

    What You Should Know: – Nuance Communications, Inc. launched an AI-powered patient engagement virtual assistant platform to transform omnichannel digital experiences for patients. – Healthcare provider organizations can now deploy a single, common cloud-based platform to support their entire patient journey across engagement channels using Nuance’s market-leading Intelligent Engagement AI technology – The launch comes […]

  • M&A: TigerConnect Acquires Hospital Middleware Solution Critical Alert

    What You Should Know: – TigerConnect has announced an expansion in their suite through the acquisition of Critical Alert, a leading provider of enterprise-grade middleware for hospitals and health systems. – For the hundreds of thousands of nurses that currently use TigerConnect, these new capabilities will deliver real-time, contextual information to their mobile device or […]

  • 30 Executives Share Top Healthcare Predictions & Trends to Watch in 2021

    As we close out the year, we asked several healthcare executives to share their predictions and trends for 2021. Kimberly Powell, Vice President & General Manager, NVIDIA Healthcare Federated Learning: The clinical community will increase their use of federated learning approaches to build robust AI models across various institutions, geographies, patient demographics, and medical scanners. The sensitivity and […]

  • Patient-First Model: High Tech Meets High Touch for Individuals with Rare Disorders

    Donovan Quill, President and CEO, Optime Care Industry experts state that orphan drugs will be a major trend to watch in the years ahead, accounting for almost 40% of the Food and Drug Administration approvals this year. This market has become more competitive in the past few years, increasing the potential for reduced costs and broader patient accessibility. […]

  • Gaps in Clinical Communication, Document Exchange Lead to Gaps in Care

    John Harrison, Chief Commercial Officer of Concord Technologies Communication problems and inadequate information flow are two of the most common root causes of medical errors. The potential for miscommunication and faulty exchange of information in healthcare is substantial.  Consider: patient information is dispersed among multiple providers and payers along the continuum of care. Electronic Health […]

  • M&A: EverCommerce Acquires Healthcare Communication Platform Updox

    What You Should Know: – Service commerce platform EverCommerce acquires Dublin, OH-based Updox, a healthcare communication platform for in-person and virtual care. –  The acquisition expands EverCommerce’s health services portfolio and enables the companies to further their shared goal of simplifying the business of healthcare and facilitating the growth of healthcare practices. Today, EverCommerce, a […]

  • DoD Awards $2.8M to Philips & BioIntelliSense to Validate Wearable for Early COVID-19 Detection

    What You Should Know: – Philips and BioIntelliSense has been selected by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command (USAMRDC) to receive nearly $2.8M from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to validate BioIntelliSense’s FDA-cleared BioSticker device for the early detection of COVID-19 symptoms. – Working with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, […]

  • M&A: Philips Acquires Remote Cardiac Monitoring BioTelemetry for $2.8B

    What You Should Know: – Philips acquires BioTelemetry, a U.S. provider of remote cardiac diagnostics and monitoring for $72.00 per share for an implied enterprise value of $2.8 billion (approx. EUR 2.3 billion). – With $439M in revenue in 2019, BioTelemetry annually monitors over 1 million cardiac patients remotely; its portfolio includes wearable heart monitors, […]

  • Highmark Inks 6-Year Partnership with Google Cloud to Power Living Health Model

    What You Should Know: – Highmark Health signs six-year strategic partnership agreement with Google Cloud to transform the health experience for patients and caregivers through the development of Highmark Health’s new Living Health Model – The Living Health model is designed to eliminate the fragmentation in health care by re-engineering the healthcare delivery model with […]

  • Microsoft Deploys COVID-19 Vaccine Management Platform

    What You Should Know: – Microsoft launches a COVID-19 vaccine management platform with partners Accenture and Avanade, EY, and Mazik Global to help government and healthcare customers provide fair and equitable vaccine distribution, administration, and monitoring of vaccine delivery.  – Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) has deployed over 230 emergency COVID-19 response missions globally since the pandemic began […]

  • Amazon Launches HealthLake for Healthcare Orgs to Aggregate & Structure Health Data

    What You Should Know: – Amazon today announced the launch of Amazon HealthLake, a new HIPAA-eligible service enables healthcare organizations to store, tag, index, standardize, query, and apply machine learning to analyze data at petabyte scale in the cloud. – Cerner, Ciox Health, Konica Minolta Precision Medicine, and Orion Health among customers using Amazon HealthLake. […]

  • PointClickCare Acquires Collective Medical for $650M to Create to Largest Combined Acute and Post-Acute Care Network

    What You Should Know: – PointClickCare announces its intent to acquire Collective Medical to create the largest combined acute and post-acute care network in North America for $650M. – Collective Medical’s platform connects more than 1,300 hospitals, thousands of ambulatory practices and long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) providers, as well as accountable care organizations (ACOs) and […]

  • MEDITECH Launches New Subscription-Based Cloud Platform Built on Google Cloud

    What You Should Know: – Today, MEDITECH announced MEDITECH Cloud Platform—a suite of solutions available to healthcare organizations of all sizes that further extend the possibilities of the Expanse EHR. – This offering includes: Expanse NOW, High Availability SnapShot, and Virtual Care solutions, all created to work naturally in the cloud, and available through a […]

  • The Modern Approach to Acquiring Healthcare IT

     Cheryl Rodenfels, Healthcare Strategist, Nutanix The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on the shortcomings of today’s hospital and healthcare IT infrastructure, with many healthcare organizations quickly adopting the latest and greatest technology to support remote operations. However, in the scramble to adapt, many IT leaders did not ensure that the acquired technology integrated well with […]

  • Google Cloud Launches Healthcare Interoperability Readiness Program

    What You Should Know: – Google Cloud launches Healthcare Interoperability Readiness Program to help healthcare organizations achieve healthcare data interoperability. Today, Google Cloud launched the Google Cloud Healthcare Interoperability Readiness Program, helping organizations achieve data interoperability in advance of upcoming HHS deadlines and to enable future innovation. Alongside partners like Bain, BCG, Deloitte, HCL, KPMG, […]

  • NLP is Raising the Bar on Accurate Detection of Adverse Drug Events

     David Talby, CTO, John Snow Labs Each year, Adverse Drug Events (ADE) account for nearly 700,000 emergency department visits and 100,000 hospitalizations in the US alone. Nearly 5 percent of hospitalized patients experience an ADE, making them one of the most common types of inpatient errors. What’s more, many of these instances are hard to […]

  • Recent Executive Hires: CVS Health New President, Cleveland Clinic/Amwell Joint Venture Leadership, Others

    Neela Montgomery, EVP & President at CVS Pharmacy/Retail CVS Health Corporation names Neela Montgomery Executive Vice President and President of CVS Pharmacy/Retail, effective November 30, 2020. Montgomery will oversee the company’s 10,000 pharmacies across the United States. Montgomery, currently a Board Partner at venture capital firm Greycroft, most recently served as chief executive officer of […]

  • Microsoft Launches Dedicated HealthTech Startup Program in India

    What You Should Know: – Microsoft launches a dedicated HealthTech Startup Program and partners with startup incubator Social Alpha to accelerate the growth of healthtech startups in India. – Selected startups into the program will benefit from focused healthcare industry teams, co-innovation and collaboration, and Microsoft AI for healthcare. Today, Microsoft has announced the launch […]

  • Nuance Sells Off Transcription and EHR-Go-Live Services Businesses to DeliverHealth

    What You Should Know: –   Nuance announced that it’s planning to sell two sections of its healthcare business – Health Information Management (HIM) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) Go-Live Services – to a new independent company, called DeliverHealth, in early 2021. – Nuance will be a minority shareholder of DeliverHealth and continue to provide its […]

  • Providence Taps Nuance to Develop AI-Powered Integrated Clinical Intelligence

    What You Should Know: – Nuance Communications, Inc. and one of the country’s largest health systems, Providence, announced a strategic collaboration, supported by Microsoft, dedicated to creating better patient experiences and ease clinician burden. – The collaboration centers around Providence harnessing Nuance’s AI-powered solutions to securely and automatically capture patient-clinician conversations. – As part of […]

  • To Solve Healthcare Interoperability, We Must ‘Solve the Surround’

    Peter S. Tippett, MD, Ph.D., Founder & CEO of careMesh Interoperability in healthcare is a national disgrace. After more than three decades of effort, billions of dollars in incentives and investments, State and Federal regulations, and tens of thousands of articles and studies on making all of this work — we are only slightly better […]

  • KLAS Spotlight on Zoom for Healthcare Examines Early Outcomes

    Source: Zoom KLAS recently issued a Spotlight on Zoom for healthcare. KLAS Spotlights are first looks at new and emerging technology. Everyone knows Zoom, but how well does the solution perform for healthcare organizations looking to handle the immediate demands created by COVID-19 as well as develop long-term strategic initiatives? In this Spotlight, KLAS examines […]

  • Aptar Pharma Acquires the Assets of Respiratory Startup Cohero Health

    What You Should Know: – Apstar Pharma acquires the assets of respiratory health company Cohero Health to expands its digital portfolio with a focus on respiratory disease management. – Cohero Health develops digital tools and technologies to improve respiratory care, reduce avoidable costs, and optimize medication utilization. AptarGroup, Inc., a global leader in consumer dispensing, […]

  • AI Leads Way to Less False Positives on Remote Cardiac Monitoring Devices, Improved Results

    What You Should Know: – Cardiac patients and their cardiologists are experiencing a high number of false positives with remote patient monitoring devices as a result of signal artifact providing inaccurate data, which can lead to many complications—other than medical, such as unnecessary tests and increased medical costs. – Ambulatory cardiac monitoring provider InfoBionic has […]

  • Will Nanox Disrupt The X-ray Systems Market?

    With its share price falling from more than $66 to less than $24, September was a tumultuous month for Nanox. On August 25th, the medical imaging start-up closed its initial public offering, having raised $190m from the sale of 10,555,556 ordinary shares at a price of $18 each. Money poured in as investors were sold […]

  • KēlaHealth Lands $12.9M to Expand AI-Powered Surgical Intelligence Platform

    What You Should Know: –  KēlaHealth announced their Series A round (combined seed and Series A) of $12.9M led by Sante Ventures and new innovation VC, Intuitive Ventures. – KēlaHealth, is a surgical intelligence engine that applies a dynamic cycle of patient-specific predictions, stratified interventions, and outcomes tracking to reduce surgical complications – KēlaHealth is […]

  • Human API Raises $20M+ to Scale User-Controlled Health Data Ecosystem

    What You Should Know: – Human API, the consumer-controlled health data platform announced it has closed a Series C round of $20M+ this week. – Human API’s consumer-controlled platform gives users a streamlined means of accessing and sharing their personal health records with physicians, trusted startups and enterprises, and insurers. – The platform harnesses a […]

  • Medidata Acquires Digital Biomarker Business of MC10 / Clinical Trials & Wearable Sensors

    What You Should Know: – Clinical trials technology company Medidata has acquired the digital biomarker business of MC10. – MC10’s offerings will bring novel clinical analytics and biosensor capabilities to Medidata’s existing technology solutions, enhancing Medidata’s capabilities to integrate data from wearable sensors – including clinical grade metrics – in clinical trials. – With this […]

  • Kettering Health to Deploy Nuance’s AI-Driven Physician Documentation for ED

    What You Should Know: – Nuance Communications, Inc. announced the Kettering Health Network has selected ED Guidance for Nuance Dragon Medical Advisor. – This AI-powered computer-assisted physician documentation (CAPD) solution will help reduce physicians’ administrative burden while lowering the risk of adverse safety events, missing diagnoses, and malpractice litigation – priorities for all physicians, especially […]

  • Humana Taps Cohere Health to Modernize Prior Authorizations for Musculoskeletal Treatment

    What You Should Know: – Cohere Health partners with health insurer Humana to modernize the prior authorization process for musculoskeletal treatment across 12 states. – In addition, the company has closed an additional $10M in funding led by Flare Capital Partners and Define Venture, bringing the company’s total funding to $20M. Health insurer Humana has […]

  • Veterans Affairs Expands Telehealth Services Using Nuance Dragon Medical One

    What You Should Know: – Nuance Communications, Inc. announced the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is using the Nuance Dragon Medical One speech recognition cloud platform and its mobile app, PowerMic Mobile. – The solution helps VA doctors better document patient care in-person, and now remotely through expanded telehealth services necessary in the COVID-19 era. […]

  • HP Launches EMR-Integrated Print Solutions to Digitize Point of Care Workflows

    What You Should Know: – HP launches patient-first print technologies to help healthcare workers stay safe and spend more time caring for patients. – Innovations co-developed with healthcare professionals include industry’s first sterilizable printers, exclusive EMR-compliant workflow solutions, and services to improve patient safety and privacy. Today, HP Inc. officially launched new print solutions for […]

  • 3 Telemedicine Security and Compliance Best Practices

    Gerry Miller, Founder & CEO at Cloudticity The coronavirus pandemic accelerated telemedicine exponentially as patients and doctors switched from in-person visits to remote consultations. Health providers rapidly scaled virtual offerings in March and April and traffic volumes soared to unprecedented levels, with practices “seeing 50 to 175 times the number of patients by telehealth than […]

  • How Low-Code Solutions Reduce Headaches for Healthcare CIOs

    Ruby Raley, VP of Healthcare and Life Sciences at Axway Twenty years ago, technology consultants started advising CIOs to build less. That’s when the movement towards Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) began.  Today, there are many shops, especially those in small and medium-sized organizations, with few programmers who build new applications from scratch.   Yes, they […]

  • NIH Taps PhysIQ to Develop AI-Based COVID-19 Digital Biomarker

    What You Should Know: – physIQ has been selected by the National Institute of Health (NIH) to develop an innovative AI-based COVID-19 digital biomarker solution to address the COVID-19 pandemic. – Early detection of COVID-19 decompensation in patients is complicated by infrequent and non-specific clinical data. The first-in-kind tool will collect and analyzes continuous physiologic […]

  • Amwell, Tyto Care Expand Partnership to Power Augmented Virtual Care Experiences

    What You Should Know: – Tyto Care and Amwell® announced an expanded partnership, allowing the companies to develop new integrations to enhance virtual care offerings for providers. – By pairing Tyto Care’s TytoHome device and platform with Amwell’s platform, the two companies will together provide patients and providers with augmented virtual care experiences and broadly enrich the capabilities and satisfaction with healthcare organizations’ […]

  • Anthem Expands Relationship with doc.ai to Power Digital Health Offerings

    What You Should Know: – Anthem extends the use of doc.ai’s platform and portfolio of privacy-first technologies and artificial intelligence software services to drive the personalization of Anthem’s digital assets and create improved value for users. – doc.ai’s product offerings are deployed on its cloud-agnostic and zero-trust infrastructure that lets clients like Anthem launch products […]

  • Why International Expansion Must Remain a Priority for Cerner, Epic, Allscripts, MEDITECH

    What You Should Know: – How the top US acute EHR vendors, namely Cerner, Epic, Allscripts, and MEDITECH (+85% share of US acute market in terms of revenues), have progressed on international expansion. As highlighted below, there is a significant variance amongst the big four in terms of revenue and share of business outside the US. Cerner has by far the highest revenue at more […]

  • Nuance Advances Virtual Assistant Tech for Customers Using Epic EHR

    What You Should Know: – Nuance advances conversational AI with Dragon Medical virtual assistant for Hey Epic! virtual assistant in Epic Hyperspace. – Building upon Nuance’s Dragon Medical solution already used by more than 550,000 physicians, this integration with Hey Epic! enables clinicians to conversationally navigate the EHR, search for information, place orders, and seamlessly […]

  • Vocera Acquires Secure Communications Platform EASE Applications

    What You Should Know: – Today Vocera Communications acquires EASE Applications, a provider of a secure communication platform and mobile application that delivers updates, messages to patients’ loved ones, during surgeries and at other times. – The Orlando-based EASE offers a cloud-based service that is built to improve the patient experience by enabling friends and family […]

  • Change Healthcare Acquires Cloud-Native Imaging Platform Nucleus.io

    What You Should Know: – Change Healthcare acquires Nucleus.io to create the first of its kind end-to-end, cloud-native Enterprise Imaging to integrate Change Healthcare’s next-generation medical imaging platform. – The acquisition will accelerate Change Healthcare’s timeline to implement a complete cloud-based, end-to-end Enterprise Imaging solution with customers by leveraging the 7,500+ organizations Nucleus.io currently serves. […]

  • New Attacks, Regulations, and Stakes Call for New Security Strategies

     Tim Callan, Senior Fellow, Sectigo The amount of data generated by the healthcare industry is staggering—and constantly increasing.  Healthcare data encompasses the personal information of patients, doctors, nurses, and administrators. It includes diagnostic information, test results, ultrasound images, x-ray images, and of course insurance and financial information. With so much sensitive patient information there for […]

  • Cerner Launches AI-Powered Command Center Dashboard for COVID-19 Response

    What You Should Know: – Cerner launches a new Command Center dashboard to help organizations visualize and optimize operations in a centralized location by leveraging real-time data and predictive analytics to provide situational awareness and decision support during COVID-19. – Powered by AI and predictive models, helps organizations align patient needs, staffing, and resources to […]

  • Waystar Acquires Medicare RCM Company eSolutions at $1.3B Valuation

    What You Should Know: – Revenue cycle management provider Waystar acquires eSolutions, a provider of Medicare and Multi-Payer revenue cycle management, workflow automation, and data analytics tools at a $1.3B valuation. – The acquisition will create the first unified healthcare payments platform with both commercial and government payer connectivity, resulting in greater value for providers. […]

  • 4 Ways Businesses Will Adapt Their Healthcare Landscape

    Dr. Donald Brown, CEO and founder of LifeOmic The coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, from how we work to how we get our health care. The crisis has put the creativity of many small businesses to the test after being forced to move operations online once social distancing became the norm. […]

  • Envisioning a 5G-Powered Retail-Healthcare Hub

    Mitzi Amon, Director of Healthcare Marketing at Vertiv If you’ve been to a big-brand grocery or department store recently, you probably noticed some form of healthcare outlet – or maybe you didn’t. These in-store pharmacies and clinics have become so omnipresent, right there next to the diapers, dog food, and green beans, that unless you […]

  • $5M Research Grant Launches to Evaluate Efficacy of Virtual Diabetes Care

    What You Should Know: – DreaMed Diabetes, the developer of personalized, AI-based diabetes management solutions, will participate in a clinical study, led by Jaeb Center for Health Research Foundation, to evaluate the efficacy of virtual treatment for diabetes patients. The research is funded by a $5 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. […]

  • Analysis: July Health IT M&A Activity; Public Company Performance

    – Healthcare Growth Partners’ (HGP) summary of Health IT/digital health mergers & acquisition (M&A) activity, and public company performance during the month of July 2020. While a pandemic ravages the country, technology valuations are soaring.  The Nasdaq hit an all-time high during the month of July, sailing through the 10,000 mark to post YTD gains […]

  • Redox Adds Data on Demand, Single Sign-On Access to Interoperability Platform

    What You Should Know: – Redox adds data on demand and single sign-on access features to its cloud interoperability platform to help to simplify the process of developing software for healthcare. – Both new features are now available to all customers on the Redox platform. Redox Inc., a Madison, WI-based interoperability platform for healthcare data […]

  • Talis Awarded $25M NIH Contract for Point-of-Care COVID-19 Testing

    What You Should Know: – Today, Talis Biomedical Corporation announced it has been awarded a $25M contract from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as part of Phase 2 of its Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx) initiative as well as another $100 million in additional financing.   – The new funding will be used to […]

  • Greenway Health Taps AWS to Develop Cloud-Based, Data Services Platform

    What You Should Know: – To help meet the needs of ambulatory care practitioners in a post-COVID environment, Greenway Health, a leading health information technology, and services provider, today announced a new strategic partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). – Leveraging AWS cloud services, Greenway is developing a new cloud-based, data services platform, Greenway Insights, […]

  • Cerner Integrates Nuances Virtual Assistant Platform with Millennium EHR to Reduce Physician Burnout

    What You Should Know: – Cerner expands its AI collaboration with Nuance to provide joint customers with more advanced natural language virtual assistant technology to navigate electronic health records (EHRs) using just their voice, giving clinicians more time to spend with patients and less time with a computer. – As part of the expanded collaboration, Nuance will offer Cerner deeply […]

  • Cerner Launches New Cloud-Based Offering for Rural and Critical Access Hospitals

    What You Should Know: – Cerner announced a new offering, CommunityWorks Foundations aimed at reducing costs and speeding up the implementation process for Rural and Critical Access Hospitals. – This much-needed offering caters to small rural healthcare providers, who often face challenges such as geographic isolation, workforce shortages, educational disparities, and diminishing resources that can […]

  • Cybersecurity: Managing Risk in the COVID-19 Era

    Healthcare IT consultants’ work involving health records may expose them – and their provider and payer clients – to regulatory, legal, financial, and reputational risk. These risks are potentially higher in the COVID-19 era, with many of their employees working from home and accessing sensitive records and networks from remote locations. According to the US […]

  • HealthEdge Software Acquires Payment Integrity Solution The Burgess Group

    What You Should Know: – HealthEdge Software announces the acquisition of The Burgess Group, LLC (“Burgess”), an innovative payment integrity software company focused on improving healthcare payment operations for an undisclosed sum. – The strategic acquisition will boost Health Edge’s position in the payment integrity market and extends best-in-class claims processing to include software-driven payment […]

  • BJC HealthCare Taps Patientco to Provide Seamless Patient Payment Experience

    What You Should Know: – BJC HealthCare has signed an agreement with patient payment platform Patientco to offer a seamless patient financial experience, helping patients navigate their medical expenses and pay their bills. – Patientco’s platform provides patients with a single billing statement outlining their outstanding balance and will help BJC streamline its payment process by reducing the number of bills associated with one visit as well as […]

  • Allscripts, Microsoft Ink 5-Year Partnership to Support Cloud-based Sunrise EHR, Drive Co-Innovation

    What You Should Know: – Allscripts and Microsoft sign a five-year partnership extension to support Allscripts’ cloud-based Sunrise electronic health record and drive co-innovation. – The alliance will enable Allscripts to harness the power of Microsoft’s platform and tools, including Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Teams, and Power BI, creating a more seamless and highly productive user […]

  • Health Catalyst Acquires Clinical Workflow Optimization Solution healthfinch

    What You Should Know: – Health Catalyst announces an agreement to acquire clinical workflow optimization solution healthfinch using a mix of stock and cash. – As part of the acquisition, healthfinch will be a new application suite category called EMR Embedded Insights and its refills, care gaps closure, and visit planning applications will continue to […]

  • Philips and BioIntelliSense Integrate to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring

    What You Should Know: – Philips integrates the BioIntelliSense FDA-cleared BioSticker™ sensor as part of its remote patient monitoring solutions for patients outside the hospital. – Multi-parameter sensors aid monitoring across multiple chronic conditions with medical-grade vital signs for physicians to remotely track core symptoms, including COVID-19. – Healthcare Highways is the first to leverage […]

  • Hospital Wayfinding: The Next Frontier in Healthcare Design

    Christopher Thompson, RN, Director of Patient Experience, CenTrak Healthcare facilities and their sprawling campuses can be overwhelming and challenging to navigate. In fact, facilities lose close to $800 million a year due to missed hospital appointments, and many physicians blame a significant portion of this lost revenue on the problems patients have navigating these facilities. […]