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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
Turning price transparency into an opportunity for health care payers
As healthcare payers begin efforts to comply with a new US regulation to publish pricing information...
Vaccine distribution: Targeted analytics can help prioritize critical populations
Data and analytics can help public health agencies identify people most in need of the COVID-19 ...
Why health risk assessments (HRAs) are more important than ever for employee health and wellness
The pandemic is causing significant disruptions to business continuity and driving new costs from ...
Modernizing public health surveillance
As U.S. Congress considers proposals for increased funding for public health surveillance and contact tracing, governments should focus on the three capacities needed to modernize: data, analytics and technology.
Pictures into numbers
How AI and quantitative assessments deliver insights and value for medical imaging
How hospitals can manage drug shortages more proactively and effectively
Drug supply chain inventories may ebb and flow – especially during a pandemic – but hospitals ...
Engaging patients and managing population health during a pandemic—and beyond
Excela Health’s value-based performance team shares how the organization’s sound strategy helped...
IBM Digital Health Pass puts privacy first
As people may need to present their health status to return to public places, organizations are looking for solutions that can help calculate risk of COVID-19 while protecting privacy.
How healthcare providers can glean more from virtual health
Connected health technologies can enable virtual health and empower healthcare providers to think ...
A call for more complete race and ethnicity health data for COVID-19 response
Reported race and ethnicity health data is incomplete, with only 40 out of 50 states including this ...
The need to flatten the 4 curves of COVID-19
Responding to the pandemic requires us to “flatten the curve” that traces the physical impact of the disease. That's just the first curve. Additional curves are ascending for chronic disease management, mental health and economic health.
The 5 V’s of big data
by Anil Jain, MD, FACP
Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+): breaking down the ...
by Donna Daniel
IBM and Pfizer to accelerate immuno-oncology research with ...
by Watson Health