The New York health system’s Long Island Jewish Medical Center is piloting a new system that links video, audio and patient data to inform quality-improvement projects.
Spectrum Health is seeing an uptick in patients using its telehealth services this flu season. The system says the flu is an ideal way to use virtual visits, freeing up the ED and physician offices.
Investors poured more than $7 billion in venture capital into health technology startups last year, hinting at the next round of vendors health systems should be keeping their eyes on.
A screening process that risk-stratifies behavioral health patients is reducing the length of stay at Amita Health’s St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago.
The American Medical Association continues to build out its effort to encourage health tech companies to work with front-line medical staff.
Researchers at Intermountain Healthcare have developed a treatment guide to quickly identify and treat patients who develop respiratory injury from vaping.
When Winchester Medical Center in Virginia was having trouble meeting patient demand in its ICU, the hospital decided to bring in teleICU services—reducing the need to recruit new specialists to the region.
The health system has hired individuals in long-term recovery from substance abuse disorder to talk with patients about seeking treatment for their disorder after they leave the hospital.
When individuals with dementia are admitted to the hospital, it can be a traumatic, confusing experience for them. UNC Health Care is training staff to help.
With a first-of-its-kind certification from the Federal Aviation Administration, UPS has started flying a drone delivery service on the WakeMed Health & Hospitals' campus in North Carolina.
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