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SC HIMSS recognized as Chapter of the Year

The Chapter of the Year Award recognizes chapters who have had a strong impact on their geographical region in a meaningful way through the works of the chapter to produce health information and technology-centered events, education,…
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Tech, healthcare leaders to join AI startup board

Leaders from CommonSpirit and Fairview Health Services are joining the board of Suki, a technology company that provides AI voice solutions for healthcare organizations. 

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Healthcare leaders named top 'digital health influencers'

Digital health company Digital Salutem has named 25 healthcare leaders as "25 digital health influencers to follow in 2023."
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Samsung expands digital health tools

Samsung Electronics added a medication tracking feature to its Samsung Health app.

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The 6 best healthcare data and analytics vendors, per KLAS 

Healthcare analytics advisory services company Chartis was rated the highest among companies that provide analytics and data services to healthcare organizations, according to a Dec. 4 KLAS Research Report.

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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.

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Remote patient monitoring linked to better outcomes, higher costs

Remote patient monitoring, a technology increasingly used by hospitals and health systems, is associated with better outcomes but higher costs, a new study found.

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GPT-4 can triage patients without bias, UCLA Health finds

GPT-4 can diagnose and triage patients as well as physicians — and health systems should take advantage of this technology, a study found.

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Emory Healthcare teams with digital health company on medication costs, adherence

Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare is partnering with digital health company DrFirst to use artificial intelligence and text messaging to improve patients' medication adherence and costs.

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8 ways CMIOs' responsibilities have changed, per survey

Nearly 8 in 10 chief medical information officers say they have taken on more responsibilities over the past two years, a new survey found.