Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. ChatGPT fails urologist exam

    ChatGPT scored less than 30 percent on the American Urological Association's Self Study Program for Urology, a 150-question practice exam widely used by urologists in training.
  2. 3 health systems opening new AI centers

    Many hospitals and health systems are opening new centers dedicated to advancing artificial intelligence in healthcare. Here are three hospitals and health systems who have announced plans to open new AI dedicated centers, as reported by Becker's since May 8:
  3. Meditech lost 2,056 beds in 12 months

    Meditech lost six hospitals from its network last year and 2,056 hospital beds, but did see gains in legacy migrations and net-new customers.
  1. Organizations relieve $25M in medical debt for Michigan county residents

    Forty thousand Muskegon County, Mich., residents had debt relieved after a local nonprofit healthcare organization partnered with RIP Medical Debt, reported June 5. 
  2. What's in GV's portfolio? 143 healthcare companies

    Google has emerged as a major healthcare disruptor, and GV, a venture capital arm now independent from Google, has been extremely active in the healthcare sector since 2009.
  3. Mayo to use AI-powered digital pathology to support drug development

    Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic BioPharma Diagnostics has partnered with artificial intelligence-powered spatial biology company Nucleai to support drug development using AI.
  4. Which health systems are best at marketing? We asked ChatGPT

    Numerous rankings and awards aim to quantify the top hospital and health system brands. But what does ChatGPT think?

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  1. Patients can stay home with pets, loved ones at Illinois' largest hospital-at-home program

    On a recent day, Mary Conrad showed off the hospital inside her Illinois home: a touchscreen tablet, an IV pole, a box of medical supplies.
  2. 10 ways to positively affect healthcare

    The healthcare industry is ever-changing; if leaders want to make their own impact, it can be difficult to know where to begin. 
  3. Moffitt Cancer Center taps chief business officer

    Tampa-based Moffitt Cancer Center appointed Xavier Avat as chief business officer, the Business Observer reported June 5.
  4. U of Michigan Health chief nurse executive to retire

    Nancy May, DNP, RN, who has served as chief nurse executive at Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan Health since 2019, will retire at the end of the year.

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  1. Digital life sciences company raises $15M

    Digital life sciences company Mend raised $15 million in a series A financing round.
  2. City of Hope study sheds new light on decades-old standard cancer treatment

    Continuing immunotherapy treatments when a renal cancer patient's disease has progressed may actually do more harm than good, according to results of a new study from Los Angeles-based City of Hope researchers. 
  3. Michigan hospital lockdown lifted

    A home invasion and shooting in Beaverton, Mich., led to the lockdown 25-bed MyMichigan Medical Center Gladwin the morning of June 6.
  4. M Health Fairview adopts patient hand off tool to improve safety

    Minneapolis-based M Health Fairview is implementing a tool from I-PASS Patient Safety Institute to reduce communication breakdowns during patient handoffs. 
  5. Illinois hospital gets new chief nursing officer

    Tommi Cline, DNP, RN, has joined Hillsboro (Ill.) Area Hospital as chief nursing officer. 
  6. NYU Langone Health to commercialize biomedical discoveries

    NYU Langone Health, based in New York City, is partnering with healthcare investment firm Deerfield Management Company to commercialize its biomedical discoveries. 
  7. California health system switches to Cerner EHR

    Seneca Healthcare District, based in Chester, Calif., implemented its new EHR system from Cerner on June 5, replacing its outdated system. 
  8. US healthcare workers walk off the job: 7 strikes in 2023

    Healthcare workers have participated in labor strikes across the U.S., citing concerns about staffing, patient care, working conditions and employee retention. 
  9. How Epic, Cerner + 2 other EHR vendors are using AI

    Hospitals are unleashing the power of artificial intelligence and EHR vendors are taking note, with many of them integrating AI algorithms into their workflows.

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