Swedish Medical Group is piloting a virtual assistant that listens in to patient visits and automatically inputs notes in the EHR—cutting down on documentation time and opening up possibilities for increased patient volume. »
New therapies such as bioelectronics turning drug companies into therapy companies with hospitals' help
Advancements in digital apps, electronic devices and genetics are widening the traditional definition of what medical therapies can entail.
Despite concerns that patients might overuse a program to directly message their physician after surgery, an orthopedic group found that patients didn’t abuse the capability.
As nursing shortages hit the Southern and Western U.S., health systems are turning to new tech tools to improve recruitment, retention and education.
Northwell Health is opening the country's first residential and outpatient addiction treatment facility centered on addiction medicine research.
A research consortium that includes UPMC, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh will use Amazon Web Services' machine learning and cloud computing resources.
The CMS unveiled a new pilot program, dubbed the "All about medicine at the Point of Care" pilot, which would provide clinicians with access to claims data for their Medicare patients.
Telehealth that's not based in hospitals fueled the surge in the burgeoning technology's growth, rising 1,393% from 2014 to 2018, new data show.
The projection marks a steep increase from 2018's estimated $38.3 billion valuation, according to a new report that found a relatively even spread of doctors by age who were interested in telemedicine positions.
Health systems are increasingly testing computerized customer service reps known as chatbots for their ability to improve patient and employee experiences.
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