Electronic Medical Records (EMR) are like operating systems. They do everything, but nothing well. Like windows, hospitals need applications on top of EMRs to get real value. However, the EMR data is hard to get to. Enter Redox, a way to get data into applications. The company now has an “app store” of sorts with over 700 partners including hospitals and applications. Post Covid, Redox saw volumes down by 50%, but also an asks for novel applications for care delivery. In some sense Redox sits in a unique place reflecting the health of hospitals but also where we are headed.
Film to Digital, Digital to AI- 20 Years Later, Same Song, Different Verse
[podcast] The transition from film to film less (digital) 20 years ago is repeating today with the introduction of artificial intelligence to radiology. Fear is driving many physicians to reject what will be a business decision to improve care at reduced costs.
Healthcare PittStop: 10 years and 2000 proposed innovations at Kaiser- a conversation with Dr. Yan Chow
[podcast]Dr. Yan Chow spent 10 years as the Director of Innovation at the Garfield Center, one of Kaiser Permanents’ centers for innovation. During that time countless companies came through the doors. Dr. Chow has some insights for both the companies and hospitals looking to innovate.