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Pinnacle Ventures has launched a pharmacogenomics programme to enable genetic testing to drive personalised prescribing decisions. The innovation arm of Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, a not-for-profit primary health care management company in New Zealand, is also working on embedding...
The skilled nursing sector has undergone a major transition over the past ten years. Because of shifting demographics and the challenges they place on hospitals, skilled nursing facilities are receiving patients who are struggling with more significant health...
Jehangir Hospital, a 350-bed hospital in Pune, India, along with its research arm Jehangir Clinical Development Centre (JCDC), last week announced that it will join Clinerion’s Patient Network Explorer platform. Clinerion is a global data technology service company...
The HIMSS Electronic Health Record Association submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services this week about its proposed Inpatient Prospective Payment System rules for acute and long-term care hospitals. WHY IT MATTERSIn its letter to CMS...
U.S. health systems are availing themselves of prescription intelligence software to ensure they're not overprescribing opioids, or prescribing them to people who shouldn't have them. A new report from KLAS takes stock of the marketplace and finds that, regardless...
The Mount Sinai Health System and LabCorp have announced another part of their shared goal of improving laboratory services and patient care. LabCorp, the global life sciences company, and Mount Sinai, New York City’s largest health system, will work...
The American Medical Informatics Association is generally pleased with the proposed interoperability rules put forth by the National Coordinator for Health IT. But the informatics group is warning against overly prescriptive interpretation of the 21st Century Cures Act's...
Since 2014, the municipality of Aachen in North Rhine-Westphalia has been testing a telemedical emergency doctor system in rescue services. Now Karl-Josef Laumann, labour, health and social affairs minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, has taken a closer look at...
More than 45% of Germans are convinced that the medical care of the future will be digital at least in part - primarily for cost reasons, but also in terms of added value for patients, according to a...
How can integrated, connected technologies deliver a 360-degree view of the patient, enable more informed clinical decision making, and inform patient care paths that meet them where they are? At the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European conference next week...

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