Good Design is Good Business in Government: Design Partnership with the New York City Department of Social Services
With 42 design studios around the world, and 1,600 formally trained designers, IBM is tackling the most difficult challenges facing our customers, applying human-centered design and agile development practices across our products and services, allowing us to greatly enhance the value we provide to our customers and their clients. IBM Watson Health is focused on […]
In the third webinar in this three-part series with Dr. David Nash, Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health, Bobbi Coluni, Vice President of Offering Management for IBM Watson Health joined to discuss consumer engagement from the perspective of both payers and health systems.
This is the conclusion of a 4-part blog series covering the value of a vendor neutral archive (VNA). In case you missed the first three parts of the series, read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 here. Enterprise imaging and encounters-based imaging bring imaging workflows into any service line which generates any form of images, multimedia, or ‘unstructured […]
Deciding to put an addition on your home can be very exciting. Perhaps you’ll finally have a garage or a larger master bedroom — or maybe even a second floor. But the larger the addition, the more complicated it gets. You have to consider how to integrate the new space with your existing home, and […]
IBM Watson Health™ just published its 2018 100 Top Hospitals® annual study identifying hospitals whose leaders have guided their organizations to the highest level of balanced performance.
View this webinar replay to hear Dr. William Kassler, Deputy Chief Health Officer at IBM Watson Health engage Dr. David Nash, Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health and Dr. Anil Jain, Chief Health Informatics Officer on health IT's role in managing a population.
As the healthcare industry transitions to value-based payment models, cardiology care providers, like other providers, are faced with a directive to reduce costs while meeting or exceeding quality metrics.
Where Are We Today? Imagine this scenario: At 2 a.m., a community hospital receives a patient with a head injury related to a motor vehicle accident. The hospital performs a CT scan on the patient, but does not have a neuroradiologist available and needs specialty advice. Following the potential patient transfer protocol, the ED […]