Using Machine Learning for Resource Allocation in Healthcare

    Desperate diseases seek desperate remedies. It now emphasizes urgency to deal with this healthcare scenario considering the seemingly insurmountable- resource allocation challenges in healthcare - triggering extraordinary measures to surmount it. Whether it is about grappling with the unknowns or dealing the demand vs supply imbalance, healthcare organizations are using machine learning for resource allocation in healthcare.

    How do healthcare organizations use machine learning for resource allocation in healthcare?

    Health Care Industry top trends For the Year 2020

    As we are entering 2020 which completes first 20 years of 2000 era, it is time to look at the crystal ball and predict what lies ahead in 2020 for healthcare. As of now since 2000, Healthcare Industry has gone through many changes in terms of regulations, technologies and automation. Few new concepts surfaced on the floor like, Remote care, Interoperability (FHIR), AI, Machine Learning, Augmented reality, IoT, Robots and list is just keep growing. Few standards evolved which made patient-data interchangeability possible and help physicians to a greater extent.

    5 Keys to Unlock Value from Content Management System

    Today, content management system (CMS) is playing a key role in guiding organizations to manage content, digital assets and in enabling easy management of websites. But CMS solutions have more rewards in store – considering the significant role it can play in marketing, customer engagement, brand awareness and revenue generation.

    How to reap value from CMS?

    Adopting the right approach for selecting CMS

    3 Things to Consider to Leverage Patient Data Collection in Healthcare

    Today, patient data can be acquired from various sources, which in turn poses challenges for healthcare organizations in terms of consolidating patient data. It becomes even more challenging considering the different forms as well as types of data encompassing flat files, databases and images among other types.

    Overcoming 3 Key EHR implementation Challenges

    Instant access is a term viewed with reverence in the Healthcare world, for instant access to medical care can mean a lot to patients. And with the electronic health record (EHR), digital version pertaining to a patient’s paper chart, making patient information instantly available, patient outcomes are being transformed for the better.

    With the EHR systems allowing easy access to patient data, streamlining provider workflow, more and more providers want to use EHR implementation towards transforming patient engagement and outcomes.  

    'What's in it for me' asks the Patient, Payer and the Provider

    Your watch can now alert the physician when you fall sick and need quick access to care. And if there is irregularity in your heart rhythms, wearable can detect that and alert a Telehealth provider. Telehealth, well supported by automated detection, has emerged as the most modern as well as a convenient healthcare experience, transformed access to care and improved patient outcomes.

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