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How to make the most of disruption
Re-thinking their approaches during this time of change can help leaders in healthcare, life sciences and government to innovate and enable their organizations to emerge stronger than ever.
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
COVID-19 highlights the value of AI in helping to support patient care
The pandemic is pressing health systems to re-think how to use technology, such as artificial ...
7 characteristics of top-performing hospitals
Regardless of size, location or market attributes, top-performing hospitals share similar traits, according to a qualitative review of repeat winners of the IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals award.
COVID-19 screening and triage: voices from the front lines
Lean Transformation tools helped Desert Sage Health Centers develop and launch a new drive-in clinic for serving and screening sick patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Looking in the mirror is the best thing leaders can do to improve revenue cycle management
Organization leaders need sustainable, long-term changes to their revenue cycle management that will...
3 areas to focus on to find more money for your healthcare mission
Many healthcare organizations truly want to focus less on money and more on delivering excellent ...
Help improve insights from health data
According to a new IDC Market Spotlight, health plans are beginning to take a “top-down” approach to data and analytics, using data platform architecture to break down data silos and better meet the needs of the entire enterprise.
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
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.
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.
Weighing the evidence: Building trusted clinical support content
When it comes to clinical decision support (CDS), content is king. Healthcare providers need to know...
The 5 V’s of big data
by Anil Jain, MD, FACP
Telehealth emerges as critical weapon for public health ...
by Peggy O'Brien
Examining the variation in cancer care
by Watson Health