You Down with IoT? Part III

February 9, 2018By Gautam MahtaniArtificial Intelligence, Cognitive Computing and Machine Learning 1 Comment

In our first installment of You Down with IOT, we defined the internet of things (IoT) and its application in healthcare. If you are reading about IoT for the first time, IoT are internet connected devices which include: wearables, mHealth applications, home monitoring devices, implants, mobile/tablet devices and skin sensors. You Down with IOT Part … Read More

You Down with IoT? Part II

February 1, 2018By Gautam MahtaniArtificial Intelligence, Cognitive Computing and Machine Learning 2 Comments

In our first installment of You Down with IOT, we defined the internet of things (IoT) and its application in healthcare. If you are reading about IoT for the first time, IoT are internet connected devices which include: wearables, mHealth applications, home monitoring devices, implants, mobile/tablet devices and skin sensors. The IoT has the power … Read More

The Rise of Cognitive Work (re)Design: Applying Cognitive tools to Knowledge-based Work by Deloitte

January 11, 2018By Gautam MahtaniArtificial Intelligence, Cognitive Computing and Machine Learning No Comments

Driving innovation in healthcare can be challenging and is often driven by legal or regulatory reform. So, when a breakthrough in technology happens, healthcare is rarely the first to adopt that new technology. When designing technology tools for healthcare professionals and organizations, we keep this in mind and often look to other industries and the … Read More

Implementing Patient-Reported Outcome Measures

January 5, 2018By Matthew CavalloMobile Patient Engagement and Digital Health No Comments

Did you know that despite the shift to value-based reimbursements and patient-centered care that fewer than 20% of hospitals use Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs)? PROs are already a key component in the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) in outpatient, but there has been greater resistance to implementing PROs in the inpatient space. A Health Catalyst … Read More

We Continue to Move Towards Cross-Continuum Patient Engagement

December 28, 2017By Kristin BertrandPatient Journey Mapping and Cross Continuum Patient Engagement No Comments

The shift from fee-for-service to value-based care is creating new market opportunities and major healthcare organizations are seizing those opportunities. In a previous article, we discussed the market implications of the CVS-Aetna merger. This merger promises to be one of many as healthcare organizations scramble to align organizational priorities with the shift to value-based care. … Read More