What if we could have a rich narrative and the ability to machine process and encode important concepts within medical records? Our Health Story Project co-chair shares how natural language processing bridges the divide and makes both possible.
Several patterns emerged as we visited Davies Award winners, but one fact remained consistent: health systems are looking to health information and technology tools to maximize cost savings, improve care quality and identify opportunities for improvement.
We are in a new world awash with data, which is starting to change the way we think and act, including our healthcare. Our international chief clinical officer, Charles Alessi, MD, LRCP, MRCS breaks down what's driving these changes.
HHS issued the draft Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden Relating to the Use of Health IT and EHRs and has asked the community to provide its ideas and recommendations on how best to address burden issues.
HHS's efforts to reduce the administrative burden of health IT for providers is an important step toward tapping technology to create true operational efficiencies in healthcare, our senior director for federal and state affairs shares with HealthTech.