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?
PX: Will AI Affect Medicine's Evolution?
With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare, how will it affect the evolution of medicine?
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?
PX: Can AI Be Smarter Than Humans?
Based on the limited IQ of humans, can artificial intelligence (AI) be trained to be smarter than people?
Blunders and Wonders: Overexposure to Radiation & Changing Your Microbiome
Insights to how overexposure to radiation can be reduced and how changing our microbiomes can lead to a healthier life.
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?
PX: Is AI a Physician's Tool or Future Physician?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has proven to be a useful tool for physicians. Can AI take their role in the future?
Blunders and Wonders: Home Medical Care & Digital Stethoscopes
As care moves out of the hospital, healthcare must grapple with a number of issues.
The Clinical Divide: Preventing Damaged Reputations In Healthcare
Do the American Cancer Society's questionable partnerships damage its reputation?
Machine Learning: The Future of Medicine?
Machine learning and artificial intelligence could usher in the future of medicine, but are they being utilized to their full potential?
Blunders and Wonders: Forgotten Equipment & Sleep Disorder Treatments
Actionable insights to reduce the likelihood of medical errors and improvements in our understanding of sleep hygiene.
The Clinical Divide: How Remote Monitoring Could Improve Healthcare
What C-suites and clinicians must do to advance remote monitoring.
How the AMA Is Tackling Physician Burnout
400 physicians kill themselves every year. Here’s what the AMA is planning to do about it.
The Promises and Pitfalls of Big Data in Healthcare
Will big data leave game-changing insights in its wake, or will it overwhelm an already overburdened healthcare system?
Blunders and Wonders: Misconnecting Equipment & Drug Delivery
How foolproofing anesthesia-delivery tube connections and putting R&D dollars into longer-acting injectables can improve efficiency and reduce risk.
Blunders and Wonders: High-Risk Healthcare Data & Vaccine Reluctance
Healthcare data security and patient vaccine adherence should be viewed as investments, not costs.
PX: How Can We Share Healthcare Data If We Can't Agree On Who Owns It?
Big data yields big insights, big value, and a big competitive edge. How can we incentivize collectors to share it?
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.
Blunders and Wonders: Cancer's Price Tag & Sneaky Sugar
Over half of all people with cancer experienced house repossession, bankruptcy, loss of independence, and relationship breakdowns. That’s a bleak picture.
PX: What Is Big Data, and Why Does It Matter?
Four top health tech experts discuss the looming potential and limitations of big data capture, and what it means for healthcare.
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.
Blunders and Wonders: Patient Access & CRISPR
Get with the federally mandated program and make the release of medical records easier for patients.
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.
Blunders and Wonders: EMR Interfaces and Continuous Blood Pressure Monitors
The auto industry standardized critical control location in cars to allow anyone with knowledge on any car to operate all cars safely. But our EMR systems have been developed piecemeal, to the detriment of its users.
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.
PX: Top 5 Strategies For Navigating Healthcare's Digital Transformation
Five of the brightest minds in health tech offer five unique perspectives on the short- and long-term moves that matter most for the modern hospital exec.
Blunders and Wonders: Unusable EMRs & Smartphone Ultrasounds
Why we’re thinking about EMRs all wrong, and how mhealth gives us new windows into the human body.
The Clinical Divide E4: MSK Conflict of Interest & Unpublished Negative Results
Let's not duplicate failures - let's learn from them.
PX: Preparing Your Health System for the Digital Transformation
How valuable is a physician’s time? Is there a decent ROI for having them dedicate a sizable chunk to advising innovation teams? Should innovation teams be in-house or outsourced?
PX: Who is Responsible for Driving Healthcare Innovation?
We can make sense of the constant push and pull between physicians, executives, pharma, technocrats, government agencies and more.
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