Missed findings: One symptom of burnout in radiology

How artificial intelligence (AI) can potentially identify high-value findings and help ease the burden for radiologists

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How sensitive are healthcare consumers to changes in price?

For healthcare providers, data-driven insights about consumer opinions and behaviors can help shape better pricing strategies for their markets. New data shows that two out of three people say they would switch providers to save money.

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These patients are hard to treat

The surprising lack of results from a recent New England Journal of Medicine study offers a cautionary tale about how difficult it is to improve patients’ care and reduce costs.

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Weighing the evidence: Building trusted clinical support content

When it comes to clinical decision support (CDS), content is king. Healthcare providers need to know solid editorial principles and procedures have helped identify, prepare and validate the best clinical content in their systems.

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How well-trained, mature AI solutions can earn trust

As AI solutions saturate the imaging market, healthcare providers are asking: which ones can we trust? To earn the trust of users, AI solutions should be both well-trained and mature.

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Policies for the digital era

As health and human services undergo a digital transformation, policymaking must also modernize. Clear, current and discoverable policies can help today’s program integrity investigators fight fraud, waste, and abuse

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Deflating results of major study point to better ways to cut health care waste

Covering a study that addresses major healthcare waste and making "super-utilizers" healthier.

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Health plans pivot to put experience first

For health plans, the road to digital transformation is not an easy one. It's a long journey that should be inspired by the desire to change the experience of healthcare - and to deliver on the move from volume to value in health.

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Insights for employers addressing the global mental health crisis

In the face of a global mental health crisis, benefit management leaders are asking: How can data and technology can help employers address mental health needs?

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In the U.S., an angioplasty costs $32,000. elsewhere? maybe $6,400.

Why does health care cost so much more in the United States than in other countries? As health economists love to say: “It’s the prices, stupid.”

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Doctors, nurses and the paperwork crisis that could unite them

This article from The New York Times explores the burden of documentation for both doctors and nurses, and how they might work together to restore caring to healthcare.

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Consult the consumer

Today, providers and payers name each other as top collaborators. But consumers jump to the top of the list for both, when asked to predict top collaborators in three to five years, according to a recent study by the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV).

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