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In this blog we are talking about how the traditional tumor board is getting a virtual facelift.
Northwell Health is teaming up with their EHR provider, Allscripts, to create a new EHR that will be voice enabled and utilize machine learning. The new system will potentially be rolled out to all of Northwell’s hospitals and will even give them a stake in a larger market rollout.
In this blog we talking about a recent study where respondents are surveyed about where and why data analytic solutions are improving performance in the healthcare industry.
A recap of Extract’s experience at the 2019 AHIMA Health Data and Information Conference in Chicago. We moderated a panel with two HIM experts on automation in healthcare workflows.
Contra Costa Health Services received a grant for a pilot program aimed at sharing data across multiple disciplines in their Epic EHR. We’re discussing how this has helped patients and providers, and led to efficiencies.
How a hospital visit got one Extract employee to think about the overwhelming amount of data we’re faced with in healthcare.
The technological and legal structure surrounding data privacy is unclear, and the healthcare industry is needs to evolve into order to keep up. Learn more in this blog.
Whether through technology or interpersonal interactions, increased patient engagement leads to better treatment outcomes. Learn more about how doctors are enhancing their relationships with patients here.
Cancer is a difficult disease to treat, largely because traditional treatments have targeted both cancerous and healthy cells. New advancements in precision medicine and genomic testing aim to change that, making treatments more targeted toward just the unhealthy cells.
The role of technology purchasing is shifting. Here we discuss the direction it’s moving in and important considerations.