The Clinical Divide: Protecting Patients' Health Data
Physicians and healthcare executives need to take action independent of a bill to protect patients' health data.
The Clinical Divide: Using VR for More Accurate Diagnoses
Virtual reality technology is no longer just for video games.
The Clinical Divide: Leveraging AI Technologies to Improve Efficiency in Healthcare
How can physicians leverage AI technologies to enhance their workflows and the patient experience?
The Clinical Divide: Promoting Drug Price Transparency Tools
The tech gives patients more options when purchasing medications.
Leveraging Tech to Influence Drug Pricing Policy Change
Leveraging technology could improve pricing transparency for consumers, physicians and lawmakers.
Advocating for Fair Drug Pricing
We as CEOs and physicians must continue to speak up about the outrageous drug pricing and advocate for our patients.
Driving Organizational Change to Create Better Patient Experiences
What can we as healthcare executives and physicians do to transform our organizations and place the focus back on the patient where it belongs?
Implementing eConsults into Health Systems
eConsults have the potential to be a game changer for both doctors and patients.
Speaking Out Against EHR Contract Gag Clauses
Gag clauses in electronic health record (EHR) contracts are preventing physicians from speaking out about specific issues associated with the health tech.
The Rapid Rise of Wearable Technology
Wearable devices can improve patient outcomes and keep patients in the loop about their health data.
Replacing Drug Injections with High-Tech Pills
The high-tech pills could help improve medication compliance and adherence.
The Clinical Divide: How Ridesharing Services Can Improve Patient Outcomes
How can ridesharing services like Lyft help improve patient outcomes and save money on emergency and nonemergency transportation?
The Clinical Divide: Achieving Interoperability Between EHRs
What can physicians and healthcare executives do to achieve the "holy grail" of interoperability between electronic health records (EHRs)?
The Clinical Divide: Wearable Skin Patches
Wearables are inching closer to saving serious time and money for hospitals, patients and physicians.
The Clinical Divide: Implementing AI to Improve Patient Outcomes
CEOs and M.D.s must prepare and seek out ways to implement new technologies into the daily care of their patients
The Clinical Divide: Leveraging Telemedicine to Treat Mental Health
How can health executives and physicians leverage telemedicine to help treat patients with mental health issues?
The Clinical Divide: New Year, Similar Healthcare Trends?
Is there anything physicians and healthcare executives can do to reverse rising drug costs and make the cybsersecurity field more attractive?
The Clinical Divide: Ensuring Top Treatment for Stroke Victims
What can physicians and healthcare executives do to ensure stroke victims are receiving high-quality, expedient treatment?
The Clinical Divide: Innovating Medical Devices for Patient Safety
What can physicians and healthcare executives do to ensure their patients are using the best and safest devices?
The Clinical Divide: Reducing Rising Drug Costs
Is there anything that physicians and healthcare executives can do to reverse the trend of rising drug costs?
The Clinical Divide: Preventing Damaged Reputations In Healthcare
Do the American Cancer Society's questionable partnerships damage its reputation?
The Clinical Divide: How Remote Monitoring Could Improve Healthcare
What C-suites and clinicians must do to advance remote monitoring.
The Clinical Divide: When Special Interests Influence Data
Physicians, healthcare executives and researchers must work to strengthen data transparency and improve patient outcomes.
The Clinical Divide: Preventative Care & Physician Misconduct
How data analytics could prevent the world’s most devastating diseases, and how C-suites should handle physician misconduct.
The Clinical Divide: Physician Burnout
How many physicians do you have at your institution? If it's a hundred and half are burned out, you might be leaving $50 million and a slew of would-be better patient outcomes on the table.
The Clinical Divide: Wearables, Patient Engagement & Injectable Cholesterol Drugs
The gist of the critics' argument is this: More data in the hands of patients could potentially be bad. To that I say, 'No way!' An engaged patient is a more compliant patient.
The Clinical Divide: Ridesharing, Mergers and MSK in Hindsight
Can ridesharing improve efficiency and the patient experience? Are mergers the future, or are they dragging us back into the past? Plus, updates on MSK's Paige.AI scandal a week later.
The Clinical Divide E4: MSK Conflict of Interest & Unpublished Negative Results
Let's not duplicate failures - let's learn from them.
The Clinical Divide E02: A New Wearables Landscape & The Big Aspirin Question
Leaders in wearable tech are pushing for enterprise-level health system adoption, and much of what we know about aspirin has been turned on its head.
The Clinical Divide E01: Civica Rx, 23andMe and a New Heart Failure Study
When physicians and hospital executives don’t see eye to eye, problems arise. Both groups must work together to bridge the Clinical Divide.
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