Healthcare IT

The Next step to Value-based care: Activating Healthcare Data for Physicians

Healthcare has seen a number of life-saving breakthroughs: vaccines, anaesthesia, bypass surgery, the balloon catheter, and even decoding the human genome sequence. These have all changed the face of healthcare, transforming how we do things around here. But there’s one breakthrough which we have known is coming for a long time now. That breakthrough is

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Developing Purpose-Built IT Hardware for Healthcare

The medical industry has always had a strong incentive to increase efficiency by incorporating new technology into care. Improving efficiency reduces operating costs as well as errors, and increases positive outcomes. It makes sense that information technologies (IT), with their almost limitless potential to streamline processes at all levels of care, have been readily embraced

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Innovating Healthcare Through Technology and Marketing

The uptick in mobile search and the increasing interconnectivity of phones into our daily lives is a disruptive force for healthcare practitioners to reckon with. Rapid technological innovations change the way people find and evaluate their healthcare providers, radically altering the healthcare landscape for patients and providers alike. For healthcare practitioners, the message is clear:

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AI-driven Software Provides Complete Prior Authorization Coverage for Healthcare Providers

In the fight between health insurers and patients, I have seen that healthcare providers are caught squarely in the middle, which can be a costly position. The provider’s battle begins before the patient enters the medical facility. Studies show that providers can spend as many as 20 hours a week getting preauthorization for their patients.

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A New, Accelerated, Career-ready Master’s Degree Program in Health Informatics and Data Science at Georgetown University!

Health Informatics and Data Science continues to remain one of the most promising fields for STEM careers. A 2017 HIMSS Leadership and Workforce Survey showed that 61% of health technology product developers and healthcare service providers are looking to fill open positions at their organizations[1]. As per the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment

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