To succeed in population health, companies must first consider the basics, such as wrangling patient data and making sure it matches up. Panelists at INVEST Pop Health spoke about the challenges of taking this information and translating it into meaningful health outcomes.
Health systems need to turn their attention to technology that can improve staff retention by reducing employee burnout, according to HCA Divisional CIO Andy Draper. Here’s a look at what Parlance is doing to realize ROI with conversational AI.
Real-world data has long been touted as the solution to many challenges faced in the healthcare space – but more data doesn’t necessarily mean more answers. RWD has become the lynchpin to a more patient-centric approach to care, from drug development to therapy access and provider engagement. But until the tools and technology are in place to turn that data into actionable insights, in context, they’re nothing but numbers. Join us for a discussion on the crucial role of real world data and advanced analytics in the digital transformation of the life sciences industry.
MedCity Spotlight Video: Fredrikson & Byron attorneys discuss Covid-19’s impact on deal-making and value-based care
In a Spotlight Video interview, Fredrikson & Byron Shareholders and Co-chairs of the firm’s life sciences group, Jeff Steinle and Ryan Johnson, talked about the deal-making environment in healthcare and how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted it.
Life sciences companies are using “digital twins” for everything from drug discovery to manufacturing. A panel of experts at MedCity News’ INVEST Digital Health conference discussed how this capability to run virtual simulations is changing practices now while also shaping the industry for the years to come.
The reimbursement model for remote patient monitoring needs to evolve as it may be holding providers back from investing in these programs, according to panelists at the MedCity INVEST Digital Health conference. Key issues with the structure as it stands now include the fact that there are too many gray areas that result in claims denials.
As Google and Microsoft compete over their cloud capabilities for healthcare, both companies are touting tools to make clinicians’ lives easier by streamlining documentation or making records searchable. At MedCity INVEST Digital Health, executives from both companies agreed on one thing: these tools should play a supporting role for clinicians while keeping patients at the center.
Algorithms are everywhere and so are the biases behind them. As algorithms find greater use in healthcare, a panel at MedCity News’ INVEST Digital Health virtual conference addressed how and why algorithms are biased, how that bias affects clinical care, and some possible solutions to bias.
VCs at MedCity INVEST Digital Health said there’s no shortage of interesting digital health companies, even ones that can prove their innovations are effective. The challenge is winning over insurers and physicians, and finding payment models that work.
它需要时间去开发一个令人信服的你ght leadership platform. Julia Fuller, Executive Vice President at Ford Hutman Media provides insights, tips, and strategies for companies and industry leaders looking to get ahead and define emerging trends.
Consumers want the healthcare industry to meet them where they are, and this shift in patient mindset has expanded the definition of home healthcare and who benefits from it, according to a panel at MedCity INVEST Digital Health conference.
Experts in precision medicine provide a broad overview of where we are and where we need to go to make the promise and potential of this sector a reality.
A panel discussion on non dilutive funding sources for biopharma and medtech startups from government research and industry grants to industry partnerships and venture debt.
This panel highlights how different organizations in the biopharma supply chain are addressing the inherent challenges of producing and delivering cell and gene therapies and biologics.
This panel explores some of the diverse approaches companies are taking to improve efficiency and avert pitfalls in therapeutic development.