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Dr. Nick van Terheyden and the Invisible Patient – Harlow On Healthcare

Health Blawg

As Chief Medical Officer at BaseHealth , Dr. Nick van Terheyden (aka “ Dr. Nick “) serves as the voice of the physician at the company. He provides strategic insights in product development and marketing as BaseHealth works to bring to market a predictive, evidence-based and data-driven population health management platform.

Improving Healthcare Experiences with Collaboration: Case Studies

CiscoHealth

At the very core, healthcare is about collaboration between caregivers and patients. Read on for examples of how healthcare organizations worldwide are improving patient care and business processes using collaboration technologies. Collaboration case studies collaboration healthcare hospital telehealth telemedicine

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Innovations in Patient Satisfaction Measurement: Means and Methods

Medbridge Education

There is a growing emphasis on patient reported outcomes (PROs) within all rehabilitation venues of care. Many payers are starting to adopt policies and incentivize providers based on patient outcomes.

Changing the Patient Safety Narrative

Beterra

As with any participant of the patient safety improvement community – I often read the perspectives of Dr. Peter Pronovost with interest.

Patient Safety: The Tale of the Lost COW

Susan E. Mazer, Ph.D

Hospital corridors, by design, are wide. They have to accommodate people, wheelchairs, gurneys, computers, meal carts, and all sorts of other things. They just have to be wide. The risk of being wide, however, is that there is enough room to add more equipment, such as computers on wheels (COWs).

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The Healthcare Quality Blog

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Marketing Your Health and Wellness Programs to Employees

Health Dialog

As the cost of healthcare continues to rise, employers and their health plan partners are searching for ways to reduce overall spending while providing high-quality care. Today, many are taking proactive measures and implementing corporate health and wellness programs to encourage employee fitness levels, boost workplace morale and control healthcare costs.

Call for posters at Leaders in Healthcare 2021 opens!

Leaders in Healthcare

Monday, May 10, 2021 - 16:30 We are delighted to announce that the call for posters at Leaders in Healthcare 2021 has now been launched. These e-poster displays will show a wide range of healthcare leadership, management and quality improvement projects and will be available online for all attendees to view and learn from. The displays are a valuable opportunity to tell colleagues and experts about your projects and to help others learn from your strategies and experience.

Dr. Rob Lamberts, Direct Primary Care, and the Future of Healthcare – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

I spoke recently with Dr. Rob Lamberts – @doc_rob on Twitter – about EHRs and direct primary care. I first met Doc Rob through our involvement in the late lamented Grand Rounds (the notable medical blog carnival – you can find some editions here ). You should read his blog, Musings of a Distractible Mind , and perhaps you will be able to divine the origins or meaning of his deep interest in llamas.

FDA and Digital Health Regulation

Health Blawg

The FDA had a digital health banner day on December 7, announcing one final guidance and two draft guidance documents (with a 60-day comment period). Collectively, these guidances cover a range of digital health issues, and it is worth reading FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s statement about them as well as each individual document: Clinical and Patient Decision Support Software (CDS and PDS) (Draft).

Food, Shelter, Health Insurance – #SDOH

Health Blawg

It is often said that social determinants of health are more important than many of the things we think of as more closely associated with health, such as health care services, health literacy, engagement in one’s own health care, adherence to prescribed health care treatment and medication. In some of my recent podcast interviews , I’ve discussed population health with guests on Harlow on Healthcare.

Food, Shelter, Health Insurance – #SDOH

Health Blawg

It is often said that social determinants of health are more important than many of the things we think of as more closely associated with health, such as health care services, health literacy, engagement in one’s own health care, adherence to prescribed health care treatment and medication. In some of my recent podcast interviews , I’ve discussed population health with guests on Harlow on Healthcare.

Dr. Nick van Terheyden and the Invisible Patient – Harlow On Healthcare

Health Blawg

As Chief Medical Officer at BaseHealth , Dr. Nick van Terheyden (aka “ Dr. Nick “) serves as the voice of the physician at the company. He provides strategic insights in product development and marketing as BaseHealth works to bring to market a predictive, evidence-based and data-driven population health management platform.

Real-time diagnosis: Changing the game for breast cancer

CiscoHealth

Your mom, your sister, your friend…maybe even you—breast cancer touches all of our lives. In the U.S. alone, approximately 1 in 8 women will develop the disease during their lifetime.[1] 1] Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, and the second-leading cause of death.[2] 2] When it comes to breast cancer, early diagnosis is […].

Collaborate for better care

CiscoHealth

Collaboration is changing the face of healthcare, enabling agile strategies like telemedicine, remote monitoring, care-team communication, and specialist engagement. When clinicians and patients can collaborate—seamlessly and securely—they can break through traditional barriers to care and innovation. Cisco collaboration solutions foster a streamlined, adaptable healthcare environment, empowering care teams, researchers, and patients to work together safely—on […].

The Cisco Approach to Telehealth

CiscoHealth

Over the past few years, telehealth has become increasingly common across the continuum of care. Neurology, behavioral health, cardiology, dermatology, post-procedure follow-up, acute care, home care, evaluation and management, and patient outreach – many are adopting remote and virtual care strategies. But not all telehealth solutions are created equal, nor are all organizations defining a […].

Extending Care Series: 3 Key Considerations for Telehealth Adoption

CiscoHealth

Over the past decade, telehealth has transformed from a fledgling tool into a comprehensive solution that enables healthcare systems to connect to their patients without limitations of geography or time. The majority of healthcare organizations have launched or are actively exploring how telehealth technology can solve ubiquitous pain points including physician shortages, unequitable access to […]. Healthcare Cisco Healthcare extended care Health IT healthcare telehealth telemedicine

Extending Care Series: An Integrated Solution

CiscoHealth

Welcome to the third and final blog of the Extending Care series. In past posts, we’ve shared key determinants in telehealth adoption, as well as the world of opportunity with EHR-integrated video. Now, we’re excited to release our new remote care solution – Cisco Extended Care. Cisco Extended Care is more than just telehealth. This […].

Extending Care Series: Healthcare Without Boundaries

CiscoHealth

Welcome to the second installment of the Extending Care blog series, a discussion of what’s possible in telehealth. When care isn’t constrained by physical boundaries, a world of opportunities opens up. Healthcare providers are now turning to video communications to help close gaps in patient care and management. Both patients and providers can save time […]. Healthcare extended care extending care Health IT healthcare healthcare networking healthcare technology telehealth telemedicine

Four ways to overcome telemedicine hesitation

CiscoHealth

It’s 2017 and we’re still waiting for the flying car (well, one we can afford). However, one futuristic vision is not only here – it’s become a way of life. I’m talking about video communication. Sure, applications like Skype and FaceTime have been popular for a while. But recently, video has exploded into the […]. Healthcare american telemedicine association ATA collaboration Digital transformation healthcare mobility patients providers technology telehealth telemedicine video

FDA and Digital Health Regulation

Health Blawg

The FDA had a digital health banner day on December 7, announcing one final guidance and two draft guidance documents (with a 60-day comment period). Collectively, these guidances cover a range of digital health issues, and it is worth reading FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s statement about them as well as each individual document: Clinical and Patient Decision Support Software (CDS and PDS) (Draft).

FDA and Digital Health Regulation

Health Blawg

The FDA had a digital health banner day on December 7, announcing one final guidance and two draft guidance documents (with a 60-day comment period). Collectively, these guidances cover a range of digital health issues, and it is worth reading FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s statement about them as well as each individual document: Clinical and Patient Decision Support Software (CDS and PDS) (Draft).

FDA and Digital Health Regulation

Health Blawg

The FDA had a digital health banner day on December 7, announcing one final guidance and two draft guidance documents (with a 60-day comment period). Collectively, these guidances cover a range of digital health issues, and it is worth reading FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s statement about them as well as each individual document: Clinical and Patient Decision Support Software (CDS and PDS) (Draft).

FDA and Digital Health Regulation

Health Blawg

The FDA had a digital health banner day on December 7, announcing one final guidance and two draft guidance documents (with a 60-day comment period). Collectively, these guidances cover a range of digital health issues, and it is worth reading FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s statement about them as well as each individual document: Clinical and Patient Decision Support Software (CDS and PDS) (Draft).

Dr. Rob Lamberts, Direct Primary Care, and the Future of Healthcare – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

I spoke recently with Dr. Rob Lamberts – @doc_rob on Twitter – about EHRs and direct primary care. I first met Doc Rob through our involvement in the late lamented Grand Rounds (the notable medical blog carnival – you can find some editions here ). You should read his blog, Musings of a Distractible Mind , and perhaps you will be able to divine the origins or meaning of his deep interest in llamas.

Dr. Rob Lamberts, Direct Primary Care, and the Future of Healthcare – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

I spoke recently with Dr. Rob Lamberts – @doc_rob on Twitter – about EHRs and direct primary care. I first met Doc Rob through our involvement in the late lamented Grand Rounds (the notable medical blog carnival – you can find some editions here ). You should read his blog, Musings of a Distractible Mind , and perhaps you will be able to divine the origins or meaning of his deep interest in llamas.

Dr. Rob Lamberts, Direct Primary Care, and the Future of Healthcare – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

I spoke recently with Dr. Rob Lamberts – @doc_rob on Twitter – about EHRs and direct primary care. I first met Doc Rob through our involvement in the late lamented Grand Rounds (the notable medical blog carnival – you can find some editions here ). You should read his blog, Musings of a Distractible Mind , and perhaps you will be able to divine the origins or meaning of his deep interest in llamas.

Dr. Rob Lamberts, Direct Primary Care, and the Future of Healthcare – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

I spoke recently with Dr. Rob Lamberts – @doc_rob on Twitter – about EHRs and direct primary care. I first met Doc Rob through our involvement in the late lamented Grand Rounds (the notable medical blog carnival – you can find some editions here ). You should read his blog, Musings of a Distractible Mind , and perhaps you will be able to divine the origins or meaning of his deep interest in llamas.

Food, Shelter, Health Insurance – #SDOH

Health Blawg

It is often said that social determinants of health are more important than many of the things we think of as more closely associated with health, such as health care services, health literacy, engagement in one’s own health care, adherence to prescribed health care treatment and medication. In some of my recent podcast interviews , I’ve discussed population health with guests on Harlow on Healthcare.

Food, Shelter, Health Insurance – #SDOH

Health Blawg

It is often said that social determinants of health are more important than many of the things we think of as more closely associated with health, such as health care services, health literacy, engagement in one’s own health care, adherence to prescribed health care treatment and medication. In some of my recent podcast interviews , I’ve discussed population health with guests on Harlow on Healthcare.