Tag Archives: Care

Explainable AI In Health Care: Gaining Context Behind A Diagnosis

Most of the available health care diagnostics that use artificial intelligence (AI) function as black boxes—meaning that results do not include any explanation of why the machine thinks a patient has a certain disease or disorder. While AI technologies are extraordinarily powerful, adoption of these algorithms in health care has been slow because doctors and… Read More »

Physician-led accountable care organizations outperform hospital-led counterparts

New data shows that physician-led accountable care organizations in the Medicare Shared Savings Program outperformed hospital-led ACOs — and not by a little, but by a significant margin. And according to the Avalere analysis, MSSP ACOs continue to achieve higher savings the longer they participate in the program. The MSSP is Medicare’s largest alternative payment… Read More »

CA Blues tries Apple Watches, AI to aid data gathering in care settings

Blue Shield of California is hoping to improve the physician-patient connection by having its doctors wear Apple Watches loaded with smart medical assistance. BSC, together with its health services partner Altais, have partnered with Notable Health, a company that provides technology to captures office visits through the use of artificial intelligence. The data is captured,… Read More »

How New Health Care Platforms Will Improve Patient Care – Harvard Business Review

Executive Summary As care becomes more centered on the patient and the number of touchpoints and data inputs increases, care teams need a “single pane” view of the entire patient journey. In response, many health systems have begun to partner with a variety of CRM platforms such as Salesforce that have developed workflows and capabilities… Read More »