Cardiologists at a West Virginia medical center early last year began prescribing patients a small, chest-worn sensor to track their heart rhythm and help inform diagnoses. »
AMGA developed a care model focused on obesity care management after finding more than 65% of members weren’t addressing it in their practices.
Healthcare executives will have to focus on the patient experience, clinician training and resources, and payment challenges if they want to make telehealth a permanent part of care delivery in 2021.
Well-capitalized hospitals tend to invest in staff, facility upgrades and acquisitions that draw more lucrative privately insured patients and redirect Medicaid beneficiaries.
The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare is working with hospitals to find root causes and solutions to pressure injuries, which have been rising in recent years.
Wearables offer new therapeutic options for cardiac rehab and migraines, but hospitals and clinics are still figuring out how to take advantage of the technology.
Physicians and researchers will work together to try to develop an artificial-intelligence algorithm capable of segmenting healthy tissue and organs from nearby tumors for patients with head and neck cancers.
While the pandemic may have led to layoffs of scribes in the U.S., companies offering remote scribing have seen growth.
As COVID-19 surges continue, health system leaders anticipate more post-virus treatment programs will pop up across the country.
Yale created a new staffing model relying on the competencies of nurses across the system to deal with a surge of COVID-19 patients this spring and summer.
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