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Clinical Research, Innovation

Yes, Impostor Syndrome is Real. Here’s How to Deal With It

June 20, 2018

Via: Time Health

Have you ever felt like you don’t belong? Like your friends or colleagues are going to discover you’re a fraud, and you don’t actually deserve your job and accomplishments? If so, you’re in good company. These feelings are known as […]


Data Privacy, Data Security, Information Management

Can Mobile Health Apps Be Made More Secure?

May 2, 2018

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

Mobile health apps are growing in popularity among doctors and patients alike. In a world where people are often too busy or unable to go to an appointment,  telemedicine can give people a chance to connect with their health providers. […]


Wellness

Study finds little variation in health benefits of long-term diets

March 7, 2018

Via: The Medical News

Although there are number of diets, surgical procedures and medications available to treat obesity, the best way for an individual to lose weight depends on health, genetics and their sincerity to stick a specific regimen. Still, managing a long-term weight […]


Clinical Research, Innovation

Study illustrates the role of alcohol in causing damage to DNA and increased cancer risk

January 4, 2018

Via: The Medical News

A new study conducted by a group of researchers at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge revealed the significant role of alcohol in causing damage to DNA in stem cells and thereby increasing cancer risks. The study was funded by […]


Data Security, Information Management

Once again, insiders caused the biggest breaches in the past month

November 24, 2017

Via: HealthcareITnews

Hacking incidents caused the majority of healthcare breaches in October, but insider errors impacted an even greater amount of patient records, according to the Protenus Breach Barometer. Protenus researchers pulled and analyzed data from the U.S. Department of Health and […]


Innovation, Medical Devices, Patient Experience

Banner Health hits snags migrating two hospitals from Epic to Cerner EHR

November 24, 2017

Via: HealthcareITnews

Banner Health is running into problems as it works to move two hospitals it acquired in 2015 from the University of Arizona from an Epic electronic health record installation onto a Cerner EHR. “On October 1, our transition to Cerner […]


EHR & EMR, Innovation

UI Health to replace legacy system with $62 million Epic EHR

September 19, 2017

Via: HealthcareITnews

UI Health, an academic medical center, which is associated with the University of Illinois in Chicago, will plunk down $101 million for an Epic System EHR. The cost includes the preparatory work UI will have to undertake prior to installing […]


Clinical Research, Innovation, Opinions

People with schizophrenia are dying younger

September 18, 2017

Via: ScienceDaily Health

People with schizophrenia have a mortality rate that is three times greater each year than those without schizophrenia, and die on average, eight years earlier than people without schizophrenia according to a new Ontario study by researchers at the Centre […]


Regulatory

House committee passes bill to build telehealth coverage into Medicare Advantage plans

September 14, 2017

Via: FierceHealthcare

A bipartisan bill that would make telehealth services a core benefit in Medicare Advantage plans drew broad support from lawmakers on its way to unanimously passing through the House Committee on Ways and Means. H.R. 3727 (PDF), introduced by four […]


Innovation, Medical Devices, Patient Experience

As consumers obsess with mobile devices, engage them with health apps

September 7, 2017

Via: HealthcareITnews

The number of smartphone connections is expected to reach six billion by 2020, accounting for two-thirds of the nine billion global mobile connections by that time, according to a report from GSMA.1 U.S. consumers already are spending about five hours […]


Clinical Research, Innovation

Researchers show potential of using low-cost rapid diagnostic test to detect severe malaria

August 25, 2017

Via: The Medical News

Malaria is a leading cause of death for children living in Sub-Saharan Africa. Many children in rural areas seek care at local community health clinics, but these clinics lack reliable tests to distinguish severe and uncomplicated malaria. Working at a […]


Clinical Research, Innovation, Med Tech

New Method Visualizes Individual Neural Pathways Using Light

July 31, 2017

Via: Medgadget

The brain’s functional network is both highly complex and hard to peer into, making it difficult to understand how some neurons are related to others and what their interconnectivity is like. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology in […]


Innovation, Med Tech

Healthcare in the Gigabit Society: Improving Care by Improving Connectivity

July 31, 2017

Via: HitConsultant

Today’s technologies are expected to offer tremendous potential for innovation in the healthcare industry. In fact, in the next three years alone the digital health market is expected to surpass $379 billion by 2024. The reasons behind this expected growth […]


Regulatory

Op-Ed: The GOP health-bill team is failing. Time for new players

July 25, 2017

Via: CNBC

A day after the election, six months ago, or maybe even six weeks ago would have been a better time for the president to send out this message. But now we have to ask what is “the right thing” exactly? […]


Data Security, Information Management

Martin Shkreli will not testify at his securities fraud trial, ‘pharma bro’ reveals

July 25, 2017

Via: CNBC

The biggest mouth in pharmaceuticals is keeping quiet — for once. “Pharma bro” Martin Shkreli on Monday said he will not testify in his own defense at his securities fraud trial in Brooklyn, New York, federal court. Shkreli’s decision was […]