Innovation & Evaluation

Innovation in Healthcare and Senior Living Requires an Eye Toward the Future

Infrastructure upgrades and a commitment to disruption are key to successful endeavors. Many stakeholders in healthcare believe that disruptive innovation to the industry will come from outsiders. In a recent survey published by NEJM Catalyst, a majority of executives, clinical leaders and health IT vendors say the most promising new entrants to healthcare are likely

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Innovator Awards Program 2018: Semifinalists

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Ontario, Canada) Improving patient care through achievement of HIMSS EMRAM Stage 7 In May 2014, CAMH implemented a clinical information system using a big-bang approach with an integrated team of clinicians, information technology, and other staff. But after implementation, CAMH noted a lack of clinical practice standardization. A new

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The Power of Health IT Predict, Prevent, Innovate

In todays world youll find savvy digital technologies that assist the patient through the continuum of care. Remote consulting. Telehealth. Internet of Things (connected mobile carts, IV pumps, sensor beds, etc). And this continuum of care can take place in the home, clinics, hospitals, or post-acute settings. Perimeters are no longer fixed and more devices

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The Greatest and Weirdest Digital Health Innovations at CES 2018

With more than a hundred exhibitors, countless new ideas and exciting innovations digital health truly conquered Las Vegas and CES 2018. Just as last year, we decided to show you the most and least impressive healthcare-related gadgets, sensors, trackers, and more importantly, the discernible trends. 2018 The year when digital health arrived at CES

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The Future of Emergency Medicine: Innovations Making Patients The Point-of-Care

Car crashes, home injuries, fires, natural disasters. The difference between life and death often depends on the speed and efficiency of emergency care services. The work of doctors, paramedics, and nurses being in the first line of the battle against early and meaningless death or paralyzation is extremely difficult and inspirational at the same time.

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