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Cognitive Assistants (CAs), like IBM's Watson, provide ready access to relevant literature, lab results, medical images, historical details, and more to guide next steps in a patient’s care, but now some CAs, like Reflexion's VERA, are adding "doing" to the "thinking".
New research from Xerox found that only 16% of U.S. adults have used virtual health for non-urgent advice, exams, or counseling...even though 61% are willing to do so.
Dr. Eric Schneider and colleagues are proposing the many ways in which a digital health advisor (DHA) might be helpful.
Improving healthcare requires a partnership between the payer and the care system. There must be transparency in every aspect of the relationship.
We spent some time with two of these French Tech companies to learn what they are up to: BewellConnect and Biomouv.
Pat Salber (@docweighsin) interviews Amir Dan Rubin about how Stanford Health Care is seeking to heal humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time.
Kognito uses its virtual human technologies and its science-driven approach to create simulations of real conversations. A user then takes on the role of a virtual human and actually role-plays or practices challenging conversations.
Missed or delayed diagnoses occur in approximately 15% of patient cases. Can case simulation be used to better train clinicians to avoid errors and improve accuracy?
Pat Salber, host of the digital health agenda track of Panasonic's upcoming Innovation HealthJam (June 17-19) answers the question, "What's a Jam?" Want to join the conversation? Register today at innovationhealthjam.com.