The coronavirus pandemic is highlighting the potential of public-private partnerships (P3s) to bring together diverse groups to address issues of population growth, rising healthcare costs and enhanced expectations for health service delivery. Source: The time is right for enhanced P3s in healthcare
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically shifted the ways in which patients access medical care. An Epic Health Research Network study found that between mid-March and mid-April, 2020, telemedicine appointments grew at a rate 300 times greater than during the same stretch of time in spring 2019. Source: 3 Barriers to Implementing Home-Based Healthcare
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Will the future of addiction recovery take place on video conference screens and emailed notes? Even a few months ago, treating addiction patients remotely might seem like a stretch at first listen — metaphorically, geographically, and medicinally. Source: Telemedicine and addiction recovery: A new way forward?
At the time when Microsoft announced Windows in 1985, it would have been hard to believe how quickly personal computers would become ubiquitous. During that same period, biotechnology was experiencing a parallel wave. When the Human Genome Project started in 1990, sequencing the human genome for the first time was accomplished through an international effort […]
A global pandemic impacts everyone and everything. As cases started to spike, it wasn’t long before it seemed like every article, video, and social post tied back to the coronavirus. For many companies, especially in healthcare, covering the topic was vital. Source: How Healthcare Brands Can Publish Timely COVID Content That Audiences Need
Health IT companies remain divided over a proposed rule by the department of Health and Human Services to make it easier for patients to share health information. The rule is currently in front of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and is expected to be finalized in February. Source: Health IT companies divided on […]
With all the buzz about artificial intelligence, it is so important that we roll out our technologies and toolkits to bring global healhcare forward. From surveillance of cases to the progression of mutative strains (perhaps more relevant to viruses), it is no doubt that many parts of the world have leaps and bounds to make […]