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Why Silicon Valley Approach Is Not for Healthcare?
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Healthcare startups

Digital healthcare sphere has readily accepted the Silicon Valley model for startups. However, even though many have proclaimed innovation as a key focus, actual creativity is not at place. The startup model prescribes to develop a product and pitch first. Then, to raise money and succeed (TechCrunch article is a great metric for this). And[…]

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Google acquires health monitoring start-up from Seattle
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GeekWire reports that Shwetak Patel, computer scientist in the University of Washington, has sold his Senosis Health app to Google on August 14, 2017. Patel launched Senosis with four other tech transfer experts, clinicians, and researchers.   The whole team comprised dozen of engineers and physicians. They wanted to transform smartphones into the devices to[…]

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Healthcare security and data sanitization: what’s in common?
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Meaningful Use

Healthcare industry is getting ready for the security threats. Lee Kim, HIMSS privacy and security director, found that many respondents of their survey were busy with testing preparation, CISOs hiring, and threat management programs. On the other hand, the industry still underestimated data monitization.   Numbers are more illustrative: 60 percent out of 126 IT[…]

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Meaningful Use: all three stages
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Meaningful Use

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) established the Electronic Health Records Incentive Programs to promote meaningful use of certified EHR technology (CEHRT) among eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals (EHs), and critical access hospitals (CEHRT).   To qualify for the EHR Incentive Programs, EPs has to achieve objectives of Meaningful Use. MU has three stages.[…]

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Electronic medical billing: steps and insights
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Providers submit claims to the healthcare insurance companies to get payment for the services provided. This process is called medical billing in the US healthcare practice. If they use software for this, it is called electronic medical billing.   The whole process, that includes claims, payment and billing, is also referred to as Revenue Cycle[…]

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What’s the use of the wearable health technology
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  Wearable health technology is extremely popular with healthcare providers due to an increasing level of patient engagement. Patients are getting more and more diligent about their health condition and more and more willingly share useful data from their wearable devices with their doctors. Let’s see what types of wearable health devices technology can offer.[…]

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Glorium at ConhIT: interesting findings [Part 2]
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    The goal of many companies we met at ConhIT is to improve healthcare operational processes in all the possible ways. We decided to study peculiar digital solutions for the healthcare industry.   Lowteq’s products provide modules for documentation of the medical data. They operate in various healthcare spheres, like anesthesia, intensive care, emergency,[…]

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Glorium Technologies at ConhIT 2017, Berlin
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  ConhIT is a leading event in Europe, standing for connected healthcare IT. This month, it is celebrating its tenth anniversary holding an event from the 25th to 27th of April 2017 on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds. Its main aim is to showcase the ways Information Technologies are improving the healthcare industry.   conhIT is[…]

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How AI is Changing Healthcare
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ai in healthcare

According to Market and Market, the AI market will grow from $420 million in 2014 to $5.05 billion in 2020. Healhtcare industry is not an exception and actively implements the machine learning technologies. Gartner states that by 2018, there will be 6 billion wearable devices with an active use of AI. Just imagine how many[…]

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EU legislation for healthcare devices
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eu healthcare legislation

To launch a medical device on the EU market, it is necessary to acquire EC type-examination,  EC declaration of conformity, CE marking, and Clinical Evaluation. Legislation for healthcare devices in the EU is not simple. However, when the one studies all the documentation provided, it becomes much more clear.    All the solutions developed should[…]

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