Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, January 16,2020

Feature of the Week

Healthcare providers are pursuing digital connections with patients as innovative and efficient patient engagement technologies emerge  Read more
Wearable technology in dentistry is giving medical professionals insights on patient data, which could help dentists identify problems before they become serious.  Read more
Here's how embedded system advancement is influencing the innovations in medical devices like never before.  Read more


By Patrick Hale, CIO & EVP, VITAS Healthcare  
Significant cost-effective and clinically effective results are delivered by shifting care—even for end-stage and chronic-disease patients—out of the hospital, into the home, and directly to the bedside.  Read more
By Linda Shanley, VP & CIO, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center  
When dealing with real-time predictive analysis the more comprehensive the data set is the higher the probability of the systems to generate early detection of diseases and other key metrics in disease management.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Shelby Neal, Vice President of Information Technology,   
Accuhealth is a healthcare technology company with over 50 years of operational experience. The company created the first Healthcare Operations Center for remote patient monitoring, and its platform aims to improve primary physician care within...  Read more
By Ken Newton, COO,   
The company is focused on revenue cycle management and collection of old Accounts Receivable (A/R) through analysis and formulation of effective plans of action for A/R clean-up. With an expert team that specializes in revenue cycle management and...  Read more
By Carl Mays II, President and CEO,   
ClaimCare is focused on one mission: “To collect the maximum revenue for a client as fast as possible while helping to alleviate costs and hassle for the client’s organization.” In business for 30 years and 100% USA-based, ClaimCare...  Read more

CXO Insights

By Shannon Werb, President & COO, Virtual Radiologic  
VRad (Virtual Radiologic), is a MEDNAX company and the nation’s leading teleradiology services and telemedicine company.  Read more
By Luke Slawomirski, Health Economist & Jillian Oderkirk, Senior Analyst, Health Division, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development  
Personal health data are very sensitive, which means trust is critical in enabling their use.  Read more