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Data ownership and open health: A revolution in healthcare?
The idea of owning one’s data is not new, though scattered data is a big obstacle to this ideal, above all in healthcare. Brazil has a potential solution, informatizing and integrating health data among private and public systems. Patients’ full access to and ownership of their data will lessen chances of their misuse and allow compensation for their use by others. Gustavo Meirelles, vice president and chief medical officer at Brazil’s second-largest diagnostic imager Alliar Group, elaborates.
Gustavo Meirelles  |  Jan  12,  2023
NLP breakthroughs may advance healthcare practice
AI healthcare applications have succeeded in analyzing data to discover new insights and help healthcare professionals do their jobs better. Natural language processing promises to take this a step further by analyzing unstructured data such as written text in patients’ health records, which will result in even more in-depth insights and better, more accurate healthcare decisions, predicts AI commentator Gil Press.
Gil Press  |  Jan  06,  2023
The Yuan is now available in Factiva
The Yuan has racked up another huge gain in its advance to become the world’s premier AI platform. The Yuan recently sealed a deal to share its content with New York-based business media giant Dow Jones. The Yuan’s articles now feature in Dow Jones' Factiva business intelligence platform.
Ben Armour  |  Dec  10,  2022
Modern telebehavioral health technologies
Telehealth services have evolved from simple Zoom conversations between medical professionals and patients to cover a much broader range of digital health services. In great demand among governments and patients, they are set to continue to proliferate and become ever more sophisticated as an effective means of cutting costs while helping patients better maintain and even improve their physical and cognitive health.
Eduard Musinschi  |  Nov  25,  2022
Future healthcare will be more virtual, personalized, mobile
Healthcare is becoming more virtual, personalized, flexible, and mobile, and not just due to COVID-19, which merely hastened trends toward improving the quality of healthcare and widening its coverage. Existing providers will be part of the solution, as will disruptive upstarts, explains Nikhil Sehgal, founder and chief executive of UK-based AI physiological assessment startup Vastmindz.
Nikhil Sehgal  |  Nov  15,  2022
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