Here’s four different examples of health systems innovating for improvements in patient safety.
Historically, healthcare has generally looked at the people they serve as patients. However, these models are evolving quickly as we move to value-based reimbursement with a focus on preventive medicine, shares our digital influencer.
With a change in the reimbursement model, Unity Health Care went from almost no telehealth visits to over 800 visits daily within a space of 30 days.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spread throughout the globe and the United States and exposed the fragile state of our healthcare system, specifically in underserved communities.
Using case studies from Davies Award recipients as models, discover how leveraging digital health tools can boost overall patient satisfaction.
Perfecting the right combination of people, innovative thinking and protocols involved is critical to reducing infant mortality. With more ways to support women before, during and after pregnancy, there is increased potential for improved outcomes and eliminating health disparities.
Explore six ways to expand the potential of telehealth, with insights on barriers, benefits and best practices.
Two leaders at the intersection of health, technology and underserved communities see potential to create tech solutions for health issues facing Latinx youth from immigrant families across the nation.
There are many short- and long-term policy and funding mechanisms that state and local jurisdictions in the U.S. can leverage to scale-up their efforts using health IT to combat a public health emergency like COVID-19.
In a challenging environment, health systems are leveraging a variety of information and technology tools to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Explore three case studies on healthcare data management shared by 2019 Davies Award winner Yale New Haven Hospital.
Three case studies demonstrate how St. Luke’s University Health Network prioritized population health and improved outcomes by leveraging health information and technology.