Articles by tag: patient care

Fixing Challenges in Patient Access to Care

Patient access to care
  Eight hundred thousand nurses plan to leave healthcare by 2027. One hundred seventeen thousand doctors left the workforce in 2021. The CHQPR estimates more than  600 rural hospitals are Read more


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Blink Charging @2023 Advanced Clean Transportation Expo
June 5, 2023

The 2023 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo attracted over 12,000 visitors, 2,700+ fleet operators, 275+ sponsors, exhibitors and industry partners, 200+ speakers, and featured over 145+ advanced vehicles on display.  And, it presented the perfect opportunity to ask leaders in commercial transportation: Advanced clean transportation within commercial transportation, are we there yet?  In this episode […]

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The Indispensable Role of Team Structure in the Modern Workplace
June 5, 2023

In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive business environment, teamwork has become more critical than ever before. A well-structured team can effectively harness the diverse skills and expertise of its members to achieve remarkable outcomes. From startups to multinational corporations, organizations that prioritize a strong team structure reap numerous benefits, including enhanced productivity, increased innovation, and […]

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Czinger Vehicles & Divergent 3D: The Next Generation Of Automotive Manufacturing
June 5, 2023

Catching up with Czinger Vehicles to ask the Are We There Yet? video podcast series question wasn’t easy as their 21C model will do 0 -60 in 1.9 seconds, can hit over 250 mph, and now holds records at both Laguna Seca and Circuit of the Americas.  And maybe I didn’t need to ask them […]

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Fixing Challenges in Patient Access to Care
May 5, 2023

Eight hundred thousand nurses plan to leave healthcare by 2027. One hundred seventeen thousand doctors left the workforce in 2021. The CHQPR estimates more than  600 rural hospitals are at risk of closing. One in five hospitals in California are at risk of closing. These meaningful signals remain after one filters out the noise […]

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AI Adoption in Healthcare is Growing. Healthcare Pros Need To Differentiate Between AI, Automation, and Unfounded Hype.
April 20, 2023

According to a recent survey from healthcare advisory firm Sage Growth Partners, a staggering 90% of hospitals now have the power of artificial intelligence on their radar, in varying stages of adoption, to revolutionize patient care and streamline operations. AI adoption in healthcare organizations is poised to achieve better, more equitable, and affordable patient outcomes. […]

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How Can Hospital Bed Design Impact Care?
April 7, 2023

There’s no doubt about it, patient care is a priority across the healthcare system. And while there are many aspects to patient care, there are some internal features in hospitals that are lacking: beds. We have the technology to improve the patient experience and patient outcomes through improving their beds, but not every hospital […]

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A Day in the Life of a Scheduler
February 28, 2023

Forty percent of U.S. orthopedic surgeons see at least 50 patients per day. When there are multiple physicians at an orthopedic practice, that number is multiplied, which can create chaos if there isn’t a streamlined scheduling process in place. How do busy orthopedic practices like Peachtree Orthopedics in Atlanta streamline the scheduling process? On today’s […]

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A Differentiated Approach to Investing with Growth-Oriented Healthcare Businesses
February 3, 2022

David Friedman, a Partner with Gauge Capital, a Dallas-based private equity firm with over $2 billion in assets under management, highlights his background, Gauge’s healthcare focus areas for new platform investments in 2022, and their approach to partnering with [growing] businesses. David speaks to the art and science of working within the healthcare sector. It’s […]

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What Can We Expect From the Impact of the Healthcare Worker Shortage?
November 15, 2021

Commentary: What lessons can we learn from the healthcare worker shortage? How do health systems build trust with their patients? In Jo Kline’s new book, Patient or Pawn?: Epic fails in health care, the approaching perfect storm and strategies for self-preservation, Kline shares the stark reality of America’s health care demographics and the system’s failure to acknowledge this predictable clash of supply versus demand. […]

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Why Big Tech Sees Value in Healthcare Data
July 5, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic hit just as many countries were finding their long-term stride around value-based care, one of the leading strategies for reimagining global health systems. Pushing up on ten years after the publication of the study, “The Strategy That Will Fix Healthcare,” we have a better picture of what is and isn’t working […]

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How Can Healthcare Digitize and Democratize Its Data?
June 14, 2021

Data-informed healthcare is becoming more important to the global healthcare market. Where and how is the data being collected? How does data collection differ across markets? What is Health Catalyst doing to advance the vision of data-driven care? For answers and insights into these topics and questions, Jeff Selander, Senior Vice President and General Manager […]

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Improving Cancer Patient Care through Electronic Reported Patient Outcomes
April 8, 2021

Bruno Lempernesse possesses 25 years of experience in real-world patient data analytics and corporate leadership. Still, he wasn’t job hunting when he received a call from Carevive’s Co-founder Madelyn Trupkin Herzfeld. After that call, Lempernesse knew he wanted to be part of Carevive’s mission to improve cancer patients’ experiences through ePROs (electronic patient-reported outcomes). […]

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