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Published By: Comcast Business     Published Date: Oct 19, 2018
Technology has had a truly transformative impact on the healthcare space. Thanks to innovations in technology, tools and their respective processes, the practice of treating patients has shifted from mostly reactive to proactive, enabling physicians and caregivers to approach healthcare in a more holistic fashion. As part of that shift, hospitals, wellness centers and physicians’ offices are focusing on providing value over volume1, taking healthcare beyond the four walls of the facility and into patients’ homes, places of work and social centers. The concept of whole health is much easier to attain with technology such as artificial intelligence, analytics, wearables and mobile health (mHealth) apps, to name a few.
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Published By: Progress     Published Date: Mar 26, 2018
The transition to value-based outcomes, an aging population, and new mobile and wearable and chat bot technologies are driving changes across every aspect of the healthcare industry. Advances in digital health technologies hold great promise that healthcare can be delivered in smarter, simpler, and more cost effective ways. Mobile technologies can foster patient engagement, enhance care team communication, reduce cost of delivery, and improve the healthcare experience for both patients and their providers. The key is figuring out which apps to tackle first. This document outlines a few of the key use cases that are showing positive impact. While this isn’t an exhaustive list, it provides several great places to start on the digital health innovation journey.
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Published By: Progress     Published Date: Mar 26, 2018
Patients are morphing into healthcare consumers, while healthcare providers and suppliers are simultaneously facing tighter payments. The Triple Aim is the operating beacon to deal with this challenging operating environment. How will healthcare organizations manage? By bringing data together from inside and outside the traditional healthcare system, and quickly delivering solutions into people’s hands via a new generation of enterprise health clouds.
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Published By: Progress     Published Date: Mar 26, 2018
Digital transformation has changed the face of business across the globe. New digital technologies— specifically, mobile devices—are opening new avenues for companies to engage their prospects and manage their operations with greater effectiveness and efficiency. However, in the healthcare space, the response to these technological innovations has been reserved. While it’s undeniable that digital transformation could bring great change to the healthcare space just as it has in other industries, obstacles like regulatory compliance and rigid systems of record discourage the adoption of new tools and technology. This has led to frustration from all sides of the healthcare ecosystem. Many people are accustomed to using intuitive digital applications in their everyday lives, so when healthcare applications deliver archaic user experiences, everyone is left wanting more. Patients and members want applications that enable them to manage their health more easily. Providers want to provide new
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Published By: Progress     Published Date: Mar 26, 2018
Patients are morphing into healthcare consumers, while healthcare providers and suppliers are simultaneously facing tighter payments. The Triple Aim is the operating beacon to deal with this challenging operating environment. How will healthcare organizations manage? By bringing data together from inside and outside the traditional healthcare system, and quickly delivering solutions into people’s hands via a new generation of enterprise health clouds.
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Published By: Intel     Published Date: Apr 11, 2019
Intel teamed up with Philips to show that servers powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors could be used to efficiently perform deep learning inference on patients’ X-rays and computed tomography (CT) scans, without the need for accelerators. The ultimate goal for Philips is to offer artificial intelligence (AI) to its end customers without significantly increasing the cost of the customers’ systems and without requiring modifications to the hardware deployed in the field.
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