By obtaining a thorough social history, providers can get to know patients better – and gain answers about their illness, says CT Lin, MD, CMIO at UCHealth. In this blog, he talks about the interesting way in which he learned this.
It’s hard to think that machines might do some tasks better than humans – especially clinicians who have trained for years to develop higher cortical skills. But they can, says Dr. Joseph Kvedar, especially when recognizing patterns in large data sets and using them to make predictions.
By combining the right data with the right models, social determinants of health are a powerful asset in predictive models of health, outcomes, and potential health disparities, according to researchers from Mayo Clinic Platform and Change Healthcare.
Apple has been slowly creeping into the password manager space with its functionality; will it grab a big share of the mobile multifactor authentication market next? CIO David Chou takes a look at this rapidly changing area.
Implementing a major EHR is an adventure — one that requires a great deal of planning, training, and leadership, says Chani Cordero, who is documenting Brooke Army Medical Center’s Cerner rollout in a blog series.