Healthcare bill challenges like fraud, unintentional coding or billing errors are addressable through predictive data analytics and machine learning.
Smartwatch makers are beginning to monitor biomarkers — from heart rate, glucose, and oxygen levels to toxins and other physiological signs — to detect and predict serious medical episodes.
It’s due to the seriousness and prevalence of psychological afflictions veterans face that researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), among others, are collaborating with the VA to find tech solutions to aid with veteran reintegration.
Genome sequencing is medicine that moves at the speed of technology. The faster that computers can process genetic data, the faster scientists can develop gene therapy for diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s, and more. James Lowey, CIO at TGen, discusses how his team creates the supercomputers that are driving inspirational advances in medicine.
Electronic health records are a pain point across the healthcare industry — from maintaining privacy to filling out paperwork every time you visit a doctor or transfer records when you move cities or doctors. Read how several organizations are now turning to blockchain-based electronic health records to streamline the sharing of medical records in a secure way, protect data from hackers and give patients more control over their information.
Despite the popular misconception that everyone ends up in a nursing home, more than half of 95 year-olds still live at home.