• Emory joins forces with patient dataset software company

    In an effort to strengthen clinical insights across areas of research, diagnosis and treatment, Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare has partnered with Nference, a software company that provides access to de-identified patient data.
  • Tampa General pilots cancer genetic testing

    Tampa General Hospital is partnering with digital health company My Gene Counsel to employ digital tools for genetic counseling and testing.
  • Healthcare investment firm raises $150M

    Intuitive Ventures, a healthcare investment firm focusing on early-stage diagnostics, medtech, therapy, and digital health companies, closed on $150 million for its second fund.
  • ONC proposes 'nutrition label' for healthcare apps

    ONC is proposing adding a "nutrition label" to healthcare apps to disclose their uses and performance, The Wall Street Journal reported.
  • St. Luke's partners with virtual care company

    Boise, Idaho-based St. Luke's Health System partnered with virtual care company TytoCare to provide employees and members of St. Luke’s Health Plan with remote primary care.
  • 2 more health systems partner with Hippocratic AI

    Two more health systems have partnered with generative artificial intelligence startup Hippocratic AI.
  • WakeMed adopts digital tools in the war against burnout

    Raleigh, N.C.-based WakeMed's adoption of digital tools to streamline surgery schedules has been successful in fighting burnout and retaining staff, WakeMed CMO Chuck Harr, MD, told Becker's at a media roundtable.
  • Mass General Brigham adopts radiology AI 'copilot' from Microsoft

    Somerville, Mass.-based Mass General Brigham is one of the first health systems to use a new generative artificial intelligence-powered radiology "copilot" from Microsoft subsidiary Nuance.
  • HHS warns of remote patient monitoring scam

    HHS is warning Americans to be on the lookout for a remote patient monitoring scam.
  • Hospitals turn toward 'digital twins'

    Health systems in Pennsylvania and New Jersey have turned to electronic models, or "digital twins," that allow clinicians to test the treatment on patients before enacting them at the bedside.
  • Oracle, Google, Microsoft look to disrupt organ donation

    Tech companies such as Oracle, Google and Microsoft are looking toward a potential new disruption in healthcare: organ donation, Bloomberg reported Nov. 27.
  • Why primary care is finally going virtual

    The shift to virtual care isn't being enabled by technology or patient preference as much as the lack of primary care physicians, Politico reported Nov. 26.
  • CommonSpirit, Providence, Atrium: 6 new Big Tech partnerships

    Big health systems continue to look to Big Tech to help enable their digital transformations in areas such as healthcare artificial intelligence. Here are six of those collaborations Becker's reported on in the past month.
  • How Prisma Health used digital tools to slash no-shows

    Greenville, S.C.-based Prisma Health integrated Gozio Health's engagement platform, the Artera patient communications platform, into a single app designed to reduce no-show appointments.
  • Memorial Hermann plans to roll out IT automation across 17 hospitals

    Houston-based Memorial Hermann Health System plans to roll out an IT platform that automates repetitive administrative tasks across its 17 hospitals.
  • 11 things hospital CIOs are most thankful for

    Health system CIOs have a lot to be thankful for, from advancements in artificial intelligence to the colleagues who help them put technology into the hands of clinicians.
  • Providence's next step in 'consumer-centric vision'

    In October, Renton, Wash.-based Providence's Digital Innovation Group incubated its fourth technology, Praia Health, a platform-as-a-service technology for health systems to engage and re-engage consumers for a more personalized care journey.
  • Hospitals' top 8 uses for wireless technology

    Wearable devices have the opportunity to empower patients in their own healthcare, but health systems will have to improve security and connectivity for broader adoption, according to a report from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and KLAS Research.
  • AstraZeneca gets into digital health

    Biopharma giant AstraZeneca launched Evinova, a digital health unit that will operate as a separate business within AstraZeneca.
  • 5 health systems win Digital Health Awards

    Five hospitals and health systems took home gold Nov. 17 at the Digital Health Association's fall awards, which featured judges from across healthcare and advertising.

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