The more the industry moves toward a participatory medicine model – one in which patients and providers work together as collaborators instead of customers and vendors – the better outcomes patients can achieve, according to Mayo Clinic researchers John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato.
Despite the fact that CMS has extended the public health emergency that expanded telemedicine coverage, a number of states aren’t on board, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato. “Finding a way to extend the regulatory waivers,” they write, “is in our patients’ best interest.”
Reducing clinical burnout “will undoubtedly require a three-pronged approach that includes changes in policy, culture, and technology,” according to researchers Paul Cerrato and John Halamka, MD. In this post, they discuss how vendors are addressing the third leg.
In the past year, our blogs have examined a variety of pertinent topics, from clinical informatics to artificial intelligence to the ever-evolving CIO role. Here, we unveil the most popular blog posts from our contributing authors.
Conversational technologies have the potential to solve some of healthcare’s most challenging problems, according to John Halamka and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform. But first, its own quirks need to be ironed out, they wrote in a recent piece.