Reprinted with permission from Catholic Healthcare Assemblies, Sept/Oct 2018 Summary added by the author Telemedicine is now less a technology and more a clinical tool. Monopoly busting changes seen in teleradiology over the past 2 decades are coming to the rest of clinical medicine. Rather than best locally, hospitals should considering partnering with best nationally, […]
Janae Sharp’s physician spouse committed suicide. This lead her on a quest to try and figure out why physician suicides are up, way up. Though technology may play a role, there are other factors at work.
Peter #Neupert has been a true healthcare leader and visionary. Founder of #Drugstore.com, leader of #MSFT’s healthcare team, federal advisor, investor, Peter offers some of his insights to problems and solutions
As healthcare moves from volume to value Radiology’s largest meeting, RSNA, featured software (artificial intelligence) over hardware. The role of those reading the images also continues to evolve. Hopefully radiologists will figure out how to be close to the center of the value chain.
Dr. Rick Vaugh did his residency with a paper chart, but now oversees the digital transformation for SSM, a large midwestern healthcare system. Although this conversion hasn’t been easy, he sees opportunities for patients and providers to get back to more human-human interaction. He discusses the past, present and future of health tech.
[podcast] A brief summary of the Nvidia conference in Silicon Valley. Artificial intelligence offers to replace many of the mindless tasks we all do. The question is, who will be replaced in this transition.