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IBM Explorys offerings for life sciences: cohort analysis

Written by Watson Health | Life Sciences

Near-real time data access provides integrated views of the patient journey and clinical practice, enabling life sciences organizations to gain deep insights. ...read more


Where pharmacy fits into your population health strategy

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Life Sciences

Population health management is a complex and diverse challenge which, like individual patient care, is best managed by interdisciplinary teams each bringing a unique perspective and expertise. Does pharmacy have a seat at the table in your population health strategy? ...read more


Watson for Drug Discovery identifies proteins associated with cardiovascular disease

Written by Watson Health | Analytics, Artificial intelligence, Data...

Heart attack and stroke are 2 of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. Identifying the proteins involved in each of them is the beginning of a journey to understanding how these diseases develop. In a novel experiment presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions on November 12, 2017, and published in a supplement ...read more


Finding new ways to impact lives: social programs in the cognitive era

Written by Watson Health | Artificial intelligence, Government

Cognitive computing refers to systems that can learn at scale, reason with purpose and interact with humans naturally. These systems are designed to combine human intelligence with a range of artificial intelligence capabilities such as machine learning, natural language processing, and image analysis. This powerful combination amplifies the impact of what humans and machines can ...read more


Connecting medical imaging with patient history through cognitive computing

Written by Watson Health | Analytics, Artificial intelligence, Imaging

Radiologists spend just one third of their time on image interpretation. For the majority of the day they are either supervising studies, performing image-guided procedures, teaching, in meetings, consulting with physicians, or directly caring for patients. Their work day is dynamic and full of interruptions, making effectiveness in the reading room an ongoing challenge. Being efficient ...read more


Identifying the right patients and saving valuable time

Written by Watson Health | Data, Provider

In this video, Rob Zimmerman, MD, Assistant Medical Director at Excela Health Medical Group shares how Excela uses IBM Watson Health tools to identify and contact patients with care gaps, and discusses the success the organization has achieved in bringing patients in for an office visit or preventative testing. ...read more


Predictive analytics in value-based healthcare: Forecasting risk, utilization, and outcomes

Written by Watson Health | Analytics, Data, Provider

With the use of big data, it’s possible to build models around predicting future events and outcomes, utilization, and overall risk. In this whitepaper, learn more about predictive models in healthcare practice, next generation analytics in cognitive and deep learning, and how to implement predictive models into clinical workflow. ...read more


IBM and Pfizer to accelerate immuno-oncology research with Watson for Drug Discovery

Written by Watson Health | Life Sciences

Watson Health and Pfizer Inc. today announced a collaboration that will utilize IBM Watson for Drug Discovery to help accelerate Pfizer’s research in immuno-oncology, an approach to cancer treatment that uses the body’s immune system to help fight cancer. ...read more


Prevea Health

Written by Watson Health | Provider, Stories

Prevea Health needed an infrastructure to help its physician practices automate population health management and patient engagement, and installed a suite of IBM Watson Health solutions designed to help them manage their populations and improve outcomes. ...read more


Utica Park Clinic

Written by Watson Health | Provider, Stories

Learn how Utica Park Clinic initiated patient communications to successfully remind patients of almost 140,000 appointments and inform nearly 65,000 patients of an identified gap in care. ...read more