By Alex Tate 3D Printing and imaging has been there for use in many industries, however, its use in medical fields has only begun. Many experiments have been conducted, with regard to 3D printed and imaging, to see if it is viable in surgery or not. However, to successfully use 3D printing and imaging for […]
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become pervasive in the healthcare industry and is already used in EHR systems to a considerable extent. However, it needs to be improved and certainly has the ability to do so while streamlining practice operations, simplifying complex tasks, and easing the workload, thereby reducing physician burnout. AI is very good for […]
By Vini Jolly, of Woodside Capital.
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Episode II in our Leadership Series with Captain David Marquet Practical Leadership Approach for Everyone in Healthcare David Marquet Expert on Leadership and Innovation | Author of Turn the Ship Around, Retired US Navy Captain David Marquet imagines a work place where everyone engages and contributes their full intellectual capacity. A place where people are […]
THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH MUST EXTEND TO THE BUSINESS OFFICE: CONFRONTING AND RESOLVING THE ETHICAL DILEMMA OF OFF-SHORING MEDICAL RECORDS.
by Elizabeth Burke, Patient Privacy Advocate In the winter of 2019, 45,000 patients of Rush System Health in Chicago and 6,300 patients of Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts were informed of an incident in which their private medical data was exposed in identical security breaches. The two hospital systems and Miramed, the company who handles […]
During his recent visit to Australia, Chris Sullivan, Zebra Technologies Global Lead for Healthcare talks to Andrew Sill on what Healthcare Technology really means for the Healthcare Industry today. About Chris Sullivan Chris Sullivan is the Global Healthcare Practice Lead
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Watch our interview with Dr. David Pate (president and chief executive officer of St. Luke’s Health System) and read his post below to gain insight into the new venture in healthcare (still without a name) that is being formed by Bezos, Dimon, and Buffett. This interview is being brought to you by Paychex, where our HExN […]
by Davis Graham A primary care provider or an agent of a primary care provider is not required to obtain a certificate of authority or license under the Florida Insurance Code to market, sell, or offer to sell a direct primary care agreement…This agreement does not qualify as minimum essential coverage to satisfy the individual […]
Watch this short video to gain insight from Dr. David Pate, M.D., J.D., president and CEO of St. Luke’s Health System. Technology alone cannot make significant improvements to overall health. The key is encouraging healthy behaviors. Six of the top seven health conditions (in terms of impact on health) are preventable through behavior modification. […]
Have You Done Your Due Diligence? If you missed the live online education session, you can watch the replay here: Two key questions are answered: 1. Who is a fiduciary and what are their responsibilities? 2. What factors may expose you or your company to preventable liability risks? At this point almost everyone […]
While landing interviews is a major challenge, given their rarity, are you ready and able to close once you finally do? Interviewing is your greatest opportunity to prove to an employer that you are the candidate they are looking for. In order to be at your best, confidence and preparation are key. To help you […]
Do you have a mentor? You know, someone who you can ask for advice on occasion, someone that might be able to help you navigate the political puzzles of corporate life? Today, more than ever before, companies are appointing mentors for junior staff and who’s to say that’s a bad idea? Except for one little […]
Leveraging smart technologies is no longer a luxury for people across the world. From businesses to individuals, everyone prefers gadgets and latest technologies to ease their lives and improve quality of every service. Healthcare industry is also responding to the present technological change that’s intended to make patient care better and efficient. Smart healthcare is […]
“Trojan Horse” Urgent Care Registration Systems Re-direct Your Once Loyal Patients to Competitors and Telemedicine
When considering an online patient registration system, beware of “patient marketplace” solutions that commoditize your services, present your loyal customers with “better options,” and tie up your cash. Key to success in urgent care is your differentiated service that becomes “top of mind” whenever your patients are sick or injured, a goal you can’t reach […]
The U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey has held that a hospital’s Medical Executive Committee can be sued for violations of the Sherman Act (the federal antitrust law), as well as state-law supplementary claims. The lawsuit which gave rise to this decision is captioned Frederick Nahas, M.D. v. Shore Medical Center et […]
by Mendel Zilberberg In light of the recent recognition that on an almost global basis people’s private information is virtually an open book, one can only wonder if the protection of PHI, (Personal Health Information) that HIPAA meant to protect, is illusory. To the extent that emails and other communications meant for designated recipients are […]
Have You Done Your Due Diligence? If you missed this informative webinar, you can watch the replay here. Two key questions will be answered: 1. Who is a fiduciary and what are their responsibilities? 2. What factors may expose you or your company to preventable liability risks? At this point almost everyone is aware of […]
Opioid abuse is a complex problem with tragic and staggering consequences. It has recently gained prominence because of federal and state initiatives, as well as increased coverage by the media. I write this post because I tried to make sense of the various reports I read, and realized that it may be necessary to take […]