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The proposed CMS rules could improve quality and expand access to healthcare.
The changes made to the EHR reduced unnecessary test orders and saved the hospital as much as $168,000.
The research team saw a significant increase in knowledge after the online training program was completed, with a mean gain in score of 35 points.
Using a deep learning model for lung cancer survival and outcome predictions can have potential clinical implications on adaptive and personalized therapy.
The machine learning technique is more accurate as the amount of training data grows.
While HHS is continuing to strengthen its information security program, the agency still has security weaknesses that need to be addressed.
Aetion will aid in the expansion of a program meant to test whether real-world evidence can be used to predict the outcomes of clinical trials.
Our current data privacy laws are not protecting individuals enough.
The increasing availability of EHRs allows researchers to compare results from trials to data from actual practice.
Patients don’t need to be woken for periodic vital sign checks, a new study finds.
 

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