Blog Entries By: Cooper

AI-enabled healthcare to be free or near free

Above you can see a quote we "pilfered" from one of the more recent posts by Peter Diamandis "The 3 Major Industries AI and Big Data Will Reshape This Decade". Why we recommend the post? As usual with Diamandis, it makes for an interesting and stimulating reading.
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Crowdsourcing can find you the physician you seek or avoid "rotten tomatoes"

We stumbled recently on a clear sighted blog post written by Dr. Anthony Oliva for Nuance; it was a pleasure to read and a pleasure to recommend to others (see a screen capture of the title above). Why do we like it?
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Telemedicine may face significant mistrust in the US population

You can offer the best medical services in the world and be ignored by the public at large: unless there is trust developing between you and your customers, you will not advance.
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Americans are "hungry" for price information (Part 3)

Public Agenda is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 by social scientist and author Daniel Yankelovich and former Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. Over the years, Public Agenda established (not without controversy) its reputation as a provider of non-partisan research and insights into a number of critical issues such a public finances, education or healthcare.
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Smartphone-age expectations the medical sector can’t avoid

More and more customers rely on the online - to shop, read news, pay services, etc. Increasingly, smartphones can be found at the forefront of a change in mentality that seems to able to imprint even older generations.
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Americans are "hungry" for price information (Part 2)

Public Agenda is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 by social scientist and author Daniel Yankelovich and former Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. Over the years, Public Agenda established (not without controversy) its reputation as a provider of non-partisan research and insights into a number of critical issues such a public finances, education or healthcare.
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Americans are "hungry" for price information (Part 1)

Public Agenda is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 by social scientist and author Daniel Yankelovich and former Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. Over the years, Public Agenda established (not without controversy) its reputation as a provider of non-partisan research and insights into a number of critical issues such a public finances, education or healthcare.
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What is value-based healthcare?

Healthcare is a hot issue that can be buried under tons of words. Solutions sometimes are presented via buzzwords that the average end user will have the impression of understanding without actually grasping the implications. One such buzzword is “value-based payments” or “value-based healthcare”.
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Google healthcare knowledge graph: a step towards the consumer

A couple of days ago, Prem Ramaswami, a Google product manager announced that Google will start displaying relevant medical facts in the answer box we started to get familiar with or within an app on your smartphone.
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Airline standardization vs. healthcare craftsmanship: a short comment

Recently, Eric Just published a post in HealthcareITnews making an interesting analogy / contrast between the airline industry and healthcare industry. If you are as surprised as I was when first going through the title and the first few lines of text, don’t worry; my guess is that it was an intentional attention-grabber (that happens to work).
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