A look at how SAP’s cloud services are helping healthcare providers respond to public health crisis.
Innovaccer helped Elevate Health overcome three substantial care coordination obstacles.
Among the large, claims-based study’s findings was a dramatic 62% lower medical spend, 89% lower opioid use, and 51% lower use of antidepressants for Kiio participants.
To realize its care coordination ambitions, Elevate enlisted the help of the Innovaccer Health Cloud, which unifies member data across systems and care settings.
The mHUB MedTech Accelerator is a six-month program, based in Chicago, run in partnership with Baxter and Edward-Elmhurst Health Venture Capital. The application deadline is Monday, August 23.
A recent survey from Foxit Software suggests that the legal argument for maintaining paper-based medical documents is not going away.
Since the start of the Covid-19 public health crisis, how big of a priority has it been to adopt an electronic document format for patient-facing healthcare forms and documents? A new survey from Foxit Software has a compelling answer.
About 5.8 million Americans miss or delay their healthcare because they don’t have a ride. It’s time to turn patient transportation from an organizational burden to an asset.
Despite best efforts and protection from federal and state immunity, you need to be prepared to defend Covid-19 related claims. Coveys offers guidance on how you can mitigate the impact.
Digital health thought leader Mark Tarby, BrightInsight vice president of regulatory and quality management systems, shared his take on what the EU MDR means for connected devices, Software as a Medical Device (SaMD), and the go-to market strategies for the companies behind them.
This free livestream event, hosted by the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI), features clinical, regulatory and reimbursement experts discussing the topic “Focused Ultrasound for Pediatric Indications.”
Join us on July 21st and learn how to connect patients and caregivers in a way to extend and provide the best quality of life.
Understanding and finding the right solutions in helping patients remotely with depression, anxiety, and substance abuse, as well as social determinants of health.
The conference, set for June 9-11, will explore different aspects of precision medicine, including the software being used to support drug and therapeutic development.
Examine the 3 major challenges associated with device-based remote patient monitoring and learn how a deviceless strategy can overcome them.
Since the start of the pandemic, patients have more options as to how they access healthcare than ever before. A new report from Bright.MD shares insights on how to create a hybrid model of care that raises awareness of those choices and their benefits.
Although it has focused on diabetes management, Founder and CEO Laurence Girard says that the company is growing its telemedicine services to include virtual primary care support for other chronic conditions such as hypertension, mental health and smoking cessation that pair community and clinical components.
With artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms are becoming more in vogue in different aspects of healthcare, our panel discusses how can we ensure that AI is leveraged properly so that it advances the goals of health equity.
Our panel discusses how pharma companies can ensure patients have access to life-saving drugs or those that significantly improve the quality of life as well as closing the gap with diversity in clinical trials.
Bright.MD’s approach to virtual care seeks to make patient encounters more productive, improve patient satisfaction and help providers deliver care more efficiently. Presbyterian Healthcare Services offers a case study.
As part of MedCity’s 2021 INVEST conference, Cesar de la Fuente, presidential assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania, explains the value of the rapid low-cost diagnostic test he has developed to detect SARS-CoV-2 and how the platform technology can be deployed to detect other diseases cost-effectively.
Skip Kelly, a managing director at J.P. Morgan provides a broad overview of how the healthcare investment landscape is shaping out in the midst of a historic pandemic.
McKesson Ventures is one of the most active investors in the biopharma software sector with Komodo Health, Evidation and M2Gen among its portfolio companies.
In order to gain insight into how organizations are thinking about digitizing medical documents and the strategy behind those decisions, we’re conducting a brief survey of the MedCity News audience and will publish a report based on this survey’s findings.
Peter Meath, Co-Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences for Middle Market Commercial Banking at J.P. Morgan, is bullish that the momentum will continue, particularly with investment trends focused on pain points amplified by the Covid-19 pandemic, from diagnostics development to supply chain management.
Peter Meath, J.P. Morgan Commercial Banking’s Co-Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences, applies lessons from 2020’s remarkable second half and shares insights on what to expect in 2021.
Cho discusses Bristol Myers Squibb’s research efforts in the field of protein degradation to advance potential treatments for a broad range of diseases. In a recent MedCity Pivot Podcast, he also shared insights on his approach to drug discovery, perspectives on dealing with failure, and some of the work his teams are doing in the …
Providers are failing to keep up with patient expectations for online services. Satisfy patient demand, improve operational efficiencies, and meet regulatory compliance in 2021 with a Digital Front Door strategy.
Learn how Bright MD’s platform can help transform and deliver quality care for hundreds of low-acuity conditions in just minutes.
As New Technology Add-On Payments are approved by CMS, startups lay claim to code. The question is, does this code apply to everyone who wants it?
COVID-19 forced hospitals to rethink the digital patient experience. Lumeon surveyed 68 patient access leaders to uncover the challenges they face and how health systems will shift priorities in 2021.
Learn more about NovusMED, TripSpark’s all-encompassing NEMT and health services transportation software ecosystem.