Value-based care: What it will take to be ready for downside risk by 2025
The pandemic is accelerating healthcare providers’ move from fee-for-service to value-based care. Real-world examples highlight the capabilities that will be required for success.
3 core capabilities of a true enterprise imaging system
Siloed imaging systems can create fragmented patient records, but a true enterprise imaging system can make data smarter...
by Sean McCarthy | November 13, 2020
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 ...
by Stewart Sill | November 10, 2020
6 considerations for value-based contracting for medications
Payments for medications have traditionally been based on volume. As healthcare increasingly shifts ...
by Arti Bhavsar, PharmD | November 6, 2020
Why health is an important measure of business performance
The relationship between the public and private sectors, which is constantly evolving, requires renewed collaboration...
by Kyu Rhee, MD, MPP | October 22, 2020
Hospital price transparency: Are you ready for 1 January 2021?
It’s been quite a year for US hospitals. After spending the better part of the spring and summer ...
by Betsy Block | October 15, 2020
Mental health challenges continue for radiologists during pandemic
Radiologists can prioritize resilience, address fear and promote self-care to help address rising ...
by David Gruen, MD, MBA, FACR | October 9, 2020
Automated technology: The key to helping drive mammogram adherence
A health system’s best tool to catch breast cancer is through mammography. However, patient ...
by Maria Balderas, PhD | October 7, 2020
The case for human-centered contact tracing
Technology will play an important role in using contact tracing to help organizations respond to the pandemic. But we ...
by Matt Langione | September 29, 2020
Modernizing public health surveillance
As U.S. Congress considers proposals for increased funding for public health surveillance and contact tracing, ...
by William J. Kassler, MD, MPH, FACP | September 23, 2020
How radiologists can navigate the pandemic
Radiologists must face tough financial challenges, adapt to new ways of working, and advance the field with technology ...
by David Gruen, MD, MBA, FACR | September 17, 2020
Design Thinking in action: North Carolina DHHS ePass
How IBM Design Thinking principles helped North Carolina better meet the needs of citizens seeking assistance.
by Emily O'Neill | September 2, 2020
Pictures into numbers
How AI and quantitative assessments deliver insights and value for medical imaging
by Romain Areste | September 2, 2020
A race to prevent homelessness
Is life sciences ready for post-pandemic transformation?
With analytics, healthcare can get more from its investments in FHIR
Henry J Feldman, MD, FACP, FHM, FAMIA
Applying machine learning to population health challenges
Irene Dankwa-Mullan, MD, MPH