This week’s AI Talk… Predicting Kidney Injury The Wall Street Journal had an article this week on Google’s Deepmind division getting closer to a solution that predicts various kidney conditions. […]
How to combine reliable data and performance management for a successful value-based healthcare system.
This week’s AI Talk… FHIR on fire Fast Health Interoperability Resources (FHIR), pronounced as “fire,” is HL7 healthcare interoperability standards specification. Early in 2019, ONC and CMS signaled that they […]
Gordon Moore: Welcome to 3M’s Inside Angle Podcast. This is your host, Gordon Moore. Today, I am speaking with Juggy Jagannathan, and he is a inventor. He is a researcher. […]
This week’s AI Talk… Precision Medicine I saw an article in Newsweek this week talking about precision. It was written by Brandon Suh, CEO of Lunit. The article itself largely […]
This week’s AI Talk… AI Healthcare Trends Last month, Forbes featured an article summarizing the trends in health care impacted by AI. The author, Terence Mills, is the CEO of […]
So much is happening with artificial intelligence in health care; thank goodness for experts who provide clear explanations. I can barely turn around at healthcare conferences without “bumping into” another […]
This week’s AI Talk… Dark patterns This week, the New York Times featured an article that talks about “dark patterns.” This term, coined almost a decade ago, is well known […]
This week’s AI Talk… Curative apps and business model I saw a reference to this interesting news article in AMIA Daily Download. It’s about how one digital app called Big […]
This blog is an add-on, addendum, follow-up, sequel, or closing score to our previous discussion on the use of Agile Methods in a research environment. We have been applying agile […]
Understand the factors that create waste in health care, the first step in reducing costs and improving patient outcomes.
This week’s AI Talk… Avatars as a proxy for human contact? A few months ago, the New York Times featured an article about the role of technology in mimicking human […]