Keyword: Imperial College London
In a survey, more than half of participating oncologists said they are “excited” about the future impact of AI on the oncology industry.
Lessons from accountable care organizations could find footing internationally and funnel best practices back to the U.S., according to a new study.
Five case studies from around the world offer "frugal innovations" that the U.S. could learn from or replicate.
Shared medical appointments have their benefits, but it can be tough to get patients and providers on board with any new care model, say a British doctor and business school professor.
Despite the exciting new ways big data is being used to improve healthcare, its huge data quality, privacy and security problems remain unresolved.
Remote monitoring failed to reduce hospitalizations or death in heart failure patients with implanted electronic devices, according to two studies presented early this week at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2016.
Complaints from patients, which can lead to hospital and medical board investigations, frequently leave doctors emotionally distressed, according to a new British study.