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Designing the Future of Digital Healthcare: Empowering Patients Through User-Cen...

Recent research released by Abbott Laboratories shows that 72% of patients want more personalized care, specifically tailored to their unique clinical needs. As digital...

5 Ways to Driving Revenue Growth for Healthcare Providers

In the ever-evolving healthcare landscape, achieving revenue growth while managing costs has become a top priority for healthcare organizations. One powerful strategy for...

Leveraging Data to Better Understand Social Determinants of Health

From an early age, people generally possess knowledge that genetics factor into their overall health outcomes. For example, if cancer is a dominant diagnosis throughout...

GPT-4 Meets EHR: Payer and Provider Use Cases

As healthcare continues to evolve, technology has played an increasingly important role in improving the quality of care provided to patients. Electronic health records (EHR) have...

The Role of Genomics in Healthcare

Have you ever heard the phrase, “It’s in their genes?” We often hear this uttered when someone is successful in the same field as their parents or grandparents. Whether an...

Two Use Cases of Digital Twins in Healthcare

A digital twin is an exact virtual representation of an object or system that uses real-time data simulation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to help...

How Virtual Care, RPM Improves Patient Experience and Physician Efficiency

The face of healthcare is transforming thanks to technology and changing patient demands. Healthcare institutions are rapidly evolving in an attempt to future-proof their...

Empowering Patients with Chronic Conditions, Providers, and Payers with RPM

Ninety percent of the nation’s annual healthcare expenditures are for people with chronic and mental health conditions. Six of 10 adults in the U.S. have a chronic disease. Four...

Why Improving Health Outcomes is Contingent on Understanding SDOH

Non-medical factors like the condition in which people are born, raised, live, work, and age play a significant role in shaping a person’s overall health and health...

3 Ways Digital Twins Improve the Lives of Healthcare Payers

The idea of a digital twin is not a new concept. In fact, it dates back to the 1960s when researchers in AI first coined the term. This is when NASA and other space agencies were...