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Susan Venables 16m
Indeed , will be supporting to show case the excellent, innovative work being delivered in
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Berci Meskó, MD, PhD Jan 14
I want to start the year in a strong way and say things out loud that I stand by. While artificial intelligence will change everything we know in medicine and healthcare today, it will not (and it's not even meant to) replace physicians. Your thoughts?
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XPOMET©/Medicinale 3h
ICYMI - we announced as our first speaker on Friday! For a taster of what he will be speaking about at Xpomet 2019, here is a podcast interview that he did with our very own and her excellent Faces of podcast!
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My Health Record Jan 18
Pathology and diagnostic imaging services can add reports to your . This gives you aaccess to results when needed, helping to reduce the need for unnecessary tests and scans:
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JOHN NOSTA 4h
Who is a top woman speaker and health tech question looking for someone for a big meeting
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Ken Michaelside Jan 18
RT BCH_Innovation: Boston Children’s Chief Innovation Officer, johnbrownstein offers insight in a roundup of eight trends to watch in 2019 including artificial intelligence, voice technology and digital health insurance: …
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Avanteo Consulting 5h
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Healthcare Analytics News 6h
Is it OK for tools to exclude vulnerable populations?
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PlayitHealth 2h
Excited to announce that Mary Topping has joined the team as the Director of Market & Content Strategy. Talented writer & content strategist w/ 10+ yrs operational & prod dev consulting @ Kaiser
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anjali kumria Jan 17
We are seeing an interesting convergence of technology, medicine, social issues and human progress
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Mercom Healthcare IT 49m
companies raised $34M in 10 deals in Q4 2018
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Daniel Kraft, MD Jan 18
Verily receives FDA clearance for their watch's electrocardiogram (ECG) technology, with the agency designating the wearable as a Class II medical device.
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Daniel Kraft, MD Jan 19
Sweatables: Real time measurement of pH, sweat rate, and levels of chloride, glucose and lactate — high levels of which could signal cystic fibrosis, diabetes or a lack of oxygen. Also for athletes & more
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HITS eHealth Office Jan 14
The benefits of span the healthcare spectrum & help patients in a variety of settings. Check out some of the analysis/research cases:
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Doctor Ramin Rafiei 8h
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The Lancet Digital Health Jan 11
Welcome to The on Twitter. We are a new gold open-access journal from journals publishing peer-reviewed research & opinion on innovative clinical technology!
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Sasha Lisovsky, PhD Jan 14
The annual cost of spending half of their time using  is over $365B per day — more than the US spends treating any major class of diseases. 3 ways to make less time-consuming for physicians
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Digital Doctor 9h
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Sarah Bruce 3h
Recruiting the next big PR star, getting set for next week's all staff meeting , conference planning, Looking at opportunities for Germany
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JOHN NOSTA Jan 18
Startups shouldn’t be afraid of Apple’s tech, they should be afraid of their marketing! (Innovators sadly wink in the dark).
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