A growing number of hospitals and physician groups are working with a handful of vendors to offer no-interest credit lines, which establish a formal agreement for patients to pay over time but carry no interest or penalties.
Silicon Valley made an uncoordinated, unofficial announcement this week: “You, the healthcare sector, look like an awfully fine target for our techno-wizardry.” Apparently, the time is right for digital technologists to use gadgetry and the Internet to gather ever more data, and, based on that, use low-cost services to disrupt the sector from below. Samsung started with an announcement of a $50 million digital health investment fund, combined with a partnership with the University of California, San Francisco, to help validate digital health tools.
Kevin O’Leary, Neal Caffrey, Ben Humphreys Traditionally the American stronghold of National Institute of Health (NIH) funding, the economy for life science and biomedical research is changing in response to more competition for fewer resources, mostly because of the NIH budget cuts. Over the last year, we’ve seen the big academic hospitals pivoting, energizing innovation, encouraging scientists to be better and smarter with the... #brighamandwomen'shospital #bwh #kevino'leary #sharktank
Medical practices not only hire more nonphysician practitioners to help keep up with their workloads, but many also find that this strategy helps enhance revenue, according to a report from the Medical Group Management Association.
Doctors have a sizable role in the governance of the first private and public accountable care organizations, a study says. Surgeons, however, have been largely overlooked for executive committee memberships and in quality measures as Medicare ACOs develop early targets for quality measurement and savings.
Whether it's an online commercial database or a home-grown system, data mining is informing--and transforming--how clinicians treat patients. But although such systems can process vast amounts of structured data, they still have trouble with more nuanced pieces of information
ABC’s Kevin O’Leary from Shark Tank The waters will be swirling as scientists compete for $200,000 at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Shark Tank on Wednesday, June 4, 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The event will be co-hosted by Boston’s Kevin O’Leary, venture capitalist and star of ABC’s Shark Tank. Brigham and Women’s Hospital loves these live pitch-off competitions, which only... #brighamandwomen'shospital #brighaminnovationhub #brighamresearchinstitute #kevino'leary #sharktank
The new era of highly connected and interactive technology is changing not only how business employees interact with customers, but also how they interact with each other, and with their company. I am happy to see reports that young companies are in the forefront of these trends, on both the [...]
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