Tag Archives: Digital

Partners HealthCare creates funds for AI development, digital tools

Partners HealthCare, a health system founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General, has set up two investment funds aimed at providing funding for digital technologies like artificial intelligence and pre-clinical life sciences. The two funds are the Artificial Intelligence and Digital Translation Fund, which boasts initial funding of $ 30 million over five… Read More »

Online tool helps health systems gauge their digital health readiness

Healthcare leaders trying to determine where their efforts fall on an industrywide digital health continuum have an online tool to aid assessments. Completing the self-administered assessment helps organizations understand what is driving or slowing their progress toward a fully modernized facility or health system. The online assessment tool was created as part of a joint… Read More »

Current attribution solutions ‘verging on useless’, say digital marketers – survey

Lack of credible attribution renders marketers susceptible to pressure to invest in ‘favourite’ channels, with ‘maximising ROI’ just a pipedream paid lip-service August 8th 2019 – Digital marketing managers have slammed current attribution solutions as verging on useless, in a new survey commissioned by QueryClick. Unreliable or false attribution leaves almost 90% of marketers afraid… Read More »

EU’s lessons for digital medicine – Politico

Presented by Better Medicare Alliance With help from Arthur Allen (@arthurallen202), Darius Tahir (@dariustahir) and Tim Starks (@timstarks) Editor’s Note: This edition of Morning eHealth is published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. POLITICO Pro eHealth subscribers hold exclusive early access to the newsletter each morning at 6 a.m. Learn more about POLITICO Pro’s… Read More »

Digital innovation moving slowly in healthcare, study shows

A new study of healthcare innovation shows progress toward new approaches to care delivery could use a nudge. The report, entitled, “Trends for Scaling Innovation in Health Care,” was based on a survey of 29 health system executives from 28 unique health systems, and found that while many health systems and their affiliated health plans… Read More »