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The Medicaid Transformation Project, which AVIA and Andy Slavitt launched earlier this year, has gained seven new members.
Four Republicans have called for a delay in the vote on Kavanaugh's nomination amid sexual assault allegations, plus other healthcare headlines.
CMS is on the hunt for a newly created chief health informatics officer, a position one official calls "kind of a big deal."
Getting opioid addicts from the emergency room to a treatment program is easier in theory than it is in practice.
Chinese herbal therapies, acupuncture, homeopathy and reiki are just a few of the offerings that some prestigious medical centers now provide, despite the fact that in many cases there is no evidence the therapies work.
While IBM has invested heavily in Watson, and the technology is paying off in healthcare innovations, it's been a rather expensive proposition.
To create a national learning health system, healthcare must develop data sets that are affordable, available in real-time and granular, researchers say
IBM Watson and Siemens, via its renamed healthcare unit, Siemens Healthineers, have announced a five-year alliance to develop population health management tools.
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals plans to install speakers in 10 patient rooms by the end of the year that connect to IBM Watson’s IoT Platform.
As the healthcare industry transitions to a value-based model, a new data discipline will be required, according to Thomas Jefferson University's Drew Harris.