While a health system’s best tool to catch breast cancer early is through mammography, only 67 percent of women over the age of 40 report having a mammogram within the past two years.
There should be diversity in voices and experience that come to the table to promote fairness and minimize bias for the future of precision medicine and healthcare.
Guest bloggers from analyst firm IDC share their perspective on how technology can help address some of the challenges within oncology today.
Dr. Dave Holson, director of the ED at NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens shared his perspective on the value of continuous improvement in a rapidly expanding ED.
Clinical trial matching: the frustration of matching patients to cancer research begins with data issues — and can end with artificial intelligence
If you work in oncology or cancer clinical trial coordination in the US, you already know the numbers don’t always work in your or your patients’ favor.
Healthcare organizations face challenges as they move their workloads to cloud and incorporate data into their decision-making, including data integration, patient matching and risk stratification. In a recent evaluation, IBM has been named by Forrester as a Leader in “The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Health Clouds, Q3 2019.”
If you had unlimited funding and authority, what would you do to fix the opioid epidemic?
This data is part of the IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals® 2019 study identifying the U.S. hospitals with the highest balanced performance.
Companies could benefit from using the wealth of intelligence to optimize the product development and commercialization process, if they can quickly access information when and where it’s needed most.