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Automated technology: The key to helping drive mammogram adherence
A health system’s best tool to catch breast cancer is through mammography. However, patient ...
Research reveals practice patterns in precision oncology
A new study of a cohort of Veterans Health Affairs (VHA) oncology patients illustrates complexity of clinician decision making around targeted therapies in a fast-moving field
Intelligent analytics help enable better oncology performance
Guest bloggers from analyst firm IDC share their perspective on how technology can help address some...
Transformation takes time, but you can’t wait
Oncology professionals need to prepare for field advancements that will transform their work. However, transformation can take time and professionals are facing significant hurdles today.
Power to the patient: A new era in cancer care
The EU Commission is responding to citizen demand for greater focus on healthcare, particularly when it comes to cancer care.
Seven reasons why the time has come for AI technology in cancer care
Data is proliferating and EHRs are a key source of data. Fewer doctors are practicing oncology, ...
How Watson is helping clinicians and cancer centers to identify more patients for clinical trials
IBM Watson® for Clinical Trial Matching uses artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language ...
When worlds collide: experiencing healthcare as a consumer
Bobbi Coluni, offering management for the payer market at IBM Watson Health shares her personal experience with the complexity of navigating healthcare benefits.
Watson Health: setting the record straight
We at IBM have a lot to be proud of, including our pioneering work with Watson Health. Unfortunately, some media reports, including an August 11th story published by The Wall Street Journal, distort and ignore facts when suggesting IBM has not made...
Watson Health is committed to using AI to tackle major healthcare challenges
I would like to provide an update on Watson Health and address a few misperceptions. If you only ...
Catching Cancer in Time
Examples of how The Iowa Clinic used technology to identify, contact, diagnose and treat three women who are now breast cancer survivors.
Using Watson to stay on top of cancer care data
In 2012, an estimated 14.1 million people were diagnosed with cancer worldwide, and my country, Slovakia, ranks 22nd in terms of overall cancer frequency. As the incidence of cancer continues to grow and time constraints on oncologists intensify, the...
Utica Park Clinic
by Watson Health
The 5 V’s of big data
by Anil Jain, MD, FACP
Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+): breaking down the ...
by Donna Daniel