Texla Health Care News:

St John of God Health Care taking Magentus' oncology IMS Australia-wide

by: Adam Ang

The decision comes following a successful pilot at the Subiaco Hospital. 

Ascom names new ANZ manager

by: Adam Ang

A former 3M and Medtronic executive will be replacing pandemic-era manager David William.

Telehealth helps address many key chronic care management challenges

by: Bill Siwicki

More patients with chronic disease. Fewer providers to take care of them. An aging population. SDOH barriers. Telemedicine and remote patient monitoring are essential tools to help manage these healthcare hurdles, an expert says.

AHA says OCR's online tracking tool rules need to go

by: Andrea Fox

The American Hospital Association says new regs from the HHS Office for Civil Rights clash with HIPAA, contradict interoperability efforts and are "flawed as a matter of law and harmful as a matter of policy."

How AI is already evolving, and enabling diverse healthcare improvements

by: Andrea Fox

Real-world examples from Premier Inc. showcase how machine learning and natural language processing are helping providers use structured and unstructured data to drive more efficient operations, innovate care delivery and improve patient experience.

Democratize AI now, says Geisinger's medical director of artificial intelligence

by: Bill Siwicki

Dr. Aalpen Patel – who holds a position that's still rare among provider organizations – discusses the need to educate the healthcare workforce in AI, and describes how the health system is applying algorithms across radiology, pop health management and other clinical use cases.

Women’s and Children’s Health Network launches Australia's first virtual gynaecological service

by: Adam Ang

South Australian women experiencing signs of early pregnancy loss no longer have to wait in the ED to be assessed.

Hospital Authority to expand clinical database access for R&D

by: Adam Ang

It is launching a data collaboration lab with Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks.


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  • Mayo Clinic to test new generative AI applications from Microsoft

    by: mike.miliard@medtechmedia.com; Twitter: @MikeMiliardHITN (Mike Miliard)

    Physicians and other clinical staff at the health system are participating in the Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program, exploring ways to combine LLMs with productivity apps to reduce provider burden.

    Group practice sees 6-8 more patients a day with hybrid virtual care

    by: Bill Siwicki

    The use of telemedicine technology that lends itself well to combination with in-person care is bringing many benefits to the family clinic of Dr. Richard Tytus.