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#TBT: My Podcast Interview with Joe Swartz on a Kaizen Culture in Healthcare

Today’s Post in Recently, with my podcasts, I’ve started producing PDF summaries of the episodes that highlight some key points and quotes for those who would rather read than listen. I started doing this with Episode #270 and I think...Show More Summary

India’s 3 Healthcare Startups Working for IoT Consumers in India

While a lot has been already said and done in the Internet of Things space, unfortunately, the common man still associates IoT

The Scope Of Digital Health Seems To Be Widening In All Sorts Of Interesting Ways.

This appeared last week.Five digital health trends investors are watching in 2017By Skip FleshmanFebruary 16, 2017 Digital health technologies will transform healthcare. Mobile phones have given health care providers the ability to engage...Show More Summary

If Trump repeals the ACA, here's how employer-based healthcare could change

About half of Americans still have healthcare through their employer. The Affordable Care Act impacted employer-based healthcare plans, changing rules on lifetime limits and pre-existing conditions, birth control and much more. If the Trump administration decides to replace or repeal ACA, these benefits could disappear. … Click to Continue »

With Obamacare's future uncertain, hundreds rally at Capitol for single-payer healthcare in California

Essential Politics: Lawmaker says California needs an estate tax if the federal version is scrapped, Sanders thanks supporters in Los Angeles Feb. 22, 2017, 1:13 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: If...

Planned Parenthood Still Can’t Make the Numbers Work in Their Favor

It’s been somewhat entertaining to watch as Planned Parenthood tries desperately to hold on to its federal funding under a new, far less abortion-friendly administration. They’ve claimed that their defunding would mean a “healthcare crisis” for women. Yet the numbers certainly say otherwise. Consider that Planned Parenthood sees only about 2-3 million patients each year […]

Deloitte Launches Care Connect Accelerator for Healthcare Providers Built on Salesforce Health Cloud

Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Deloitte Digital has announced the launch of Care Connect, an accelerator for health care providers built on Salesforce Health Cloud. Care Connect incorporates provider-specific user interfaces and use cases,...Show More Summary

CloudMine, Redox to Optimize Secure Sharing of Healthcare Data in the Cloud

CloudMine, a secure, cloud-based platform that enables healthcare organizations to build connected digital health apps has partnered with Redox, a cloud-based healthcare integration and API services to enable users to seamlessly connect to many clinical systems while keeping data secure in the cloud. Show More Summary

National dose levels established for 10 common adult CT examinations

(Radiological Society of North America) Using data from the world's largest CT dose index registry, researchers have established national dose levels for common adult CT examinations based on patient size. Healthcare facilities can optimize these exam protocols so that dose is commensurate with the size of the patient, avoiding unnecessary radiation exposure.

Adobe brings cloud-based digital signatures to your smartphone

Adobe Systems Inc. today unveiled its first cloud-based digital signature capability and added features to its mobile applications that makes it possible for documents like healthcare forms and mortgage applications to be securely captured, signed and routed from any browser or on any mobile device. Show More Summary

Whistleblower Warns the VA Will Toss Out 500,000 Applications (Because of Errors the VA Made)

Half a million applications for healthcare under the Veteran’s Administration system are set to be discarded at the end of March due to errors on the applications themselves. The problem is that the the VA is labeling the applications as incorrect due to application error. Show More Summary

Arrow’s healthcare primer

Kenneth Arrow passed yesterday.  He was my second favorite economist who made their bones in the 50s and 60s.  Much like Herb Simon (my favorite) he makes my head hurt whenever I try to think hard about what he is saying in whatever field he is commenting on and thus leading it in a new, […]

How the Current Health Care Market in the US Fails Liturgical Man

I attended a talk on healthcare at Star of the Sea Catholic Church in San Francisco last week, given by my colleague at Pontifex University, Dr Michel Accad. Much of the talk was devoted to consideration of the options that Catholics...Show More Summary

The Need to Consider Other Perspectives in Process Design & Kaizen

In this post, I describe an idea (or a suggestion?) that led to a Kaizen improvement through Catalysis (formerly known as the ThedaCare Center for Healthcare Value). Continue reading The Need to Consider Other Perspectives in Process Design & Kaizen at Lean Blog.

How Healthcare Costs Are Squeezing America’s Middle Class

In August 2016, healthcare costs in America reached their highest level since 1984. The post How Healthcare Costs Are Squeezing America’s Middle Class was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

We Are Not The Only Ones Who Noticing That Digital Health Is Struggling To Deliver.

This appeared at a New England Journal Of Medicine sub-site.Why Real-World Results Are So Challenging for Digital HealthArticle · February 8, 2017 Joseph C. Kvedar, MD & Alexander L. Fogel, MBA Partners HealthCare Stanford University...Show More Summary

Jvion Acquires Predictive Analytics Firm Predixion’s Healthcare IT Practice

Jvion, an Atlanta-based cognitive clinical science machine firm has acquired predictive analytic firm Predixion’s Healthcare IT practice for an undisclosed sum. For Jvion, the acquisition will help augment the company’s market positioning...Show More Summary

Accenture: 1 in 4 US Consumers Have Had Their Healthcare Data Breached

One in four U.S. consumers (26 percent) have had their healthcare data breached from technology systems, according to new survey from Accenture released at HIMSS17.  The survey of 2,000 U.S. consumers reveals that half (50 percent) of those who experienced a breach were victims of medical identity theft and had to pay approximately $2,500 in out-of-pocket costs per... Read More

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