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Weekly Roundup – June 29, 2024

Weekly Roundup – June 29, 2024


Welcome to our Healthcare IT Today Weekly Roundup. Each week, we’ll be providing a look back at the articles we posted and why they’re important to the healthcare IT community. We hope this gives you a chance to catch up on anything you may have missed during the week.

Hal Wolf on the International Reach of HIMSS – and Much More. John Lynn caught up with the HIMSS President and CEO at HIMSS Europe. They discussed how Europe is taking the lead in healthcare data and AI, along with why Europe treats patients as citizens – an important point when it comes to interoperability and crossing borders. Read more…

Why AI is Not One-Size-Fits-All for Clinicians. SeamlessMD’s Joshua Liu told Colin Hung that less than half of physicians are trying ambient clinical voice. IN part, that’s why he’s more excited about AI use cases such as remote monitoring using smartphones instead of proprietary hardware. Read more…

Improving Security in Medical Implants. The market for network-connected implantable devices is growing. So is awareness of their security flaws. Ritwik Batabyal at Mastek told Andy Oram why it’s important to avoid automatic feedback loops with implantables, along with why implantables often lack the latest in security features. Read more…

Becoming “Patient-Obsessed” to React Quickly and Empathetically. Only 21% of patients fill out CAHPS surveys. John interviewed Dr. Adrienne Boissy at Qualtrics about not just increasing that number but using survey data to respond to problems in the moment to boost care quality and patient satisfaction. Read more…

Addressing Canada’s Interoperability Challenge With a Federated Approach. Colin recently caught up with Bob Molloy at MEDITECH to chat about Traverse Exchange Canada, the MEDITECH solution for data exchange that transfers data without storing it in a central repository. Read more…

How Analytics Improves Decision-Making and Efficiency for Payers. Automating prior authorization, reducing denials, and gaining a holistic view of members are three of the key uses cases for analytics and AI that members of the Healthcare IT Today community were happy to tell us about. Read more…

How Google Maps and Environmental Data Can Improve Healthcare. John tuned into a webinar from Hexagon about interesting Google Maps use cases that range from address verification to environmental data layering, the latter of which helps people with allergies or respiratory conditions. Read more…

Healthcare IT Today Podcast: Random Thoughts. As summer sets in, John and Colin discuss four health IT questions at random. Hear their thoughts on what’s worrisome about AI in healthcare, along with what cities have been the best hosts for a health IT conference. (Colin, you’ll like Boston more if you leave the Seaport. –Brian) Read more…

Motivating Providers to Embrace Value-Based Care. According to Dana McCalley at Navina, the keys to making this happen are clinician training, meaningful incentives, a collaborative culture, and tools that help clinicians use data. Read more…

A Tech-Driven Approach for Improving Patient Financial Engagement. Fewer patients can afford to pay their medical bills. Richard O’Rourke at Nordis Technologies described how customer communication management technology helps patients understand what they owe and shows them options for how to pay. Read more…

This Week’s Health IT Jobs for June 26, 2024: Several jobs for folks with Epic experience, along with a few roles in data analysis and informatics. Read more…

Bonus Features for June 23, 2024: While 5 in 6 patients are open to hospital at home monitoring, 94% of health systems face at least one data integration challenge. Read more…

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Thanks for reading and be sure to check out our latest Healthcare IT Today Weekly Roundups.



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