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After pushing major healthcare system to cut costs, Massachusetts agency wants more power

After pushing major healthcare system to cut costs, Massachusetts agency wants more power

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission has reached an agreement with Mass General Brigham on a plan to cut spending. The state agency wants more power to control hospital costs, including financial penalties. A state agency in Massachusetts has approved a plan by Mass Gen. Brigham to cut spending, and the agency would like more power …

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How Hospital Authority Hong Kong works for sustainable healthcare

How Hospital Authority Hong Kong works for sustainable healthcare

Hospital Authority has made significant progress over the past few years in digitizing its processes and the way it delivers care to patients and communities. For more than 30 years, it has invested in the development of its clinical management system, which is today considered one of the most advanced systems in the world. Recently, …

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Kaufman Hall Report: Consumers want healthcare systems to be more active in wellness and communications

Kaufman Hall Report: Consumers want healthcare systems to be more active in wellness and communications

A new report finds that healthcare consumers nationwide want the healthcare systems that care for them to be more involved in wellness efforts and provide virtual communications with doctors, between other elements. And consumer demands come at a time of data opportunities and challenges, as found in a report by Chicago-based consulting firm Kaufman Hall. …

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Interest in point-of-care technologies increases among healthcare professionals during the pandemic

Interest in point-of-care technologies increases among healthcare professionals during the pandemic

Healthcare professional interest in point-of-care technologies (POCTs) has increased during the pandemic, with perceived applications of easy-to-use devices at home, mobile, or at the bedside for a wider range of illnesses. Does the COVID-19 pandemic have a positive side? A recent paper by UMass Chan Medical School and UMass Lowell researchers in humanities and social …

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Point-of-Care Ultrasound Market, Upcoming Analysis of Healthcare Industry Demand, In-Depth Application Research with Global Overview, Based on Region and Segment Forecast, 2022-2028

Point-of-Care Ultrasound Market, Upcoming Analysis of Healthcare Industry Demand, In-Depth Application Research with Global Overview, Based on Region and Segment Forecast, 2022-2028

The Point of Care Ultrasound Market is valued at 3031.8 million USD in 2021 and should reach US$5089.2 million by 2028 with a 7.68% CAGR over the forecast period. The growing need for faster medical examination with a non-invasive point-of-care manner is expected to drive the global point-of-care ultrasound market. Download Free Exclusive Sample (200 …

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AI in healthcare still has a long way to go

AI in healthcare still has a long way to go

For many years, artificial intelligence (AI) technology has promised to dramatically improve the healthcare industry. Whether through the promise of increasing access to and understanding of data, providing ways to better navigate patient care, or better deciphering new research and development efforts, healthcare experts await with looking forward to the widespread use of AI. Many …

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AI in healthcare still has a long way to go

AI in healthcare still has a long way to go

For many years, artificial intelligence (AI) technology has promised to dramatically improve the healthcare industry. Whether through the promise of increasing access to and understanding of data, providing ways to better navigate patient care, or better deciphering new research and development efforts, healthcare experts await with looking forward to the widespread use of AI. Many …

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Healthcare entities must still comply with 2023 privacy laws

Healthcare entities must still comply with 2023 privacy laws

Related practices and jurisdictions Friday, September 23, 2022 As we head into the fourth quarter, U.S. businesses must assess their progress in preparing for sweeping changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) that take effect January 1, 2023, and in complying with four new state consumer privacy laws (in Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia) …

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