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10/12/2021 Outlook on the Hospital Information Systems Global Market to 2026 - Growing Demand for Automated Information Technology is Driving the Industry Globe Newswire ... billion in 2021 to reach $9.1 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 10.6% during the forecast period of 2021-2026. Report Scope This report will focus on types of hospital information systems such as electronic health records , clinical information systems, pharmacy information systems, radiology information systems, laboratory information systems, and administrative information systems. The report covers the market environment of hospital information systems and related regulations or legislations in specific ...
10/12/2021 How Medical Reference Platforms Can Enhance Clinicians’ EHR Experience HIT Consultant In healthcare technology , there’s no such thing as a silver bullet solution, and each technology has its benefits and its limitation. Electronic health records (EHRs) are no exception. On their own, EHRs provide insight into a patient’s visit history, medical background, and more, but when used in combination with other innovative, user-friendly technologies, clinicians’ experience with EHRs will only improve. One of the easiest—and most ...
10/11/2021 Young Adults At Highest Risk of Obesity Over 10 Years Physicians Weekly Young adults ages 18-24 are at the highest risk of becoming obese over the next decade, according to a large longitudinal population-based cohort study that looked at weight and height measurements in electronic health records (EHRs) from more than 2 million people in the U.K. Moreover, if these individuals were already classified as overweight or obese, they were at greater risk of moving into an even higher obesity category ...
10/10/2021 Increased risk for COVID?19 breakthrough infection in fully vaccinated patients with substance use disorders (SUD) in the United States between December 2020 and August 2021, N=579,372 (30,183 with a diagnosis of SUD and 549,189 without such a diagnosis). cracknewz.com ... such a diagnosis) who were fully vaccinated between December 2020 and August 2021, and had not contracted COVID-19 infection prior to vaccination. We used the TriNetX Analytics network platform to access de-identified electronic health records from 63 health care organizations in the US. Among SUD patients, the risk for breakthrough infection ranged from 6.8% for tobacco use disorder to 7.8% for cannabis use disorder, all significantly higher than ...
10/9/2021 Patient Identity Resolution Software Market Demand In 2021 : Top Key Manufacturers (LexisNexis, Imprivata, 4medica & More) with Leading Regions and Countries Data ethernetacademy.net ... patient. Hospital or clinic staff and health care administrators can use patient identity resolution software to deduplicate medical records, minimize errors in patient records, and improve clinical processes. The software pulls patient information from electronic health records (EHRs), hospital systems, pharmacies, and other consumer data sources to coordinate patient data across the health care ecosystem. Market Analysis and Insights: Global Patient Identity Resolution Software Market The research report studies the ...
10/8/2021 SWAYING THROUGH CORONAVIRUS WITH ALCOHOL USE AND DRUG PROBLEM powdersvillepost.com ... infection, even though they are fully vaccinated. There are a few steps to be taken to protect themselves. SWAYING THROUGH CORONAVIRUS WITH ALCOHOL USE AND DRUG PROBLEM Researchers, for a study, have analyzed 580,000 electronic health records in the USA that are known to be fully vaccinated, between 1st December 2020 to August 14th, 2021. These records are of those individuals as well, who have not had Covid-19. Those ...
10/8/2021 How can an Electronic Health Record help providers? apsense.com How can an Electronic Health Record help providers? [Annie P.] SEO What is Electronic Health Records ? Electronic Health Records or you can say EHR, are used to store patients' medical reports digitally. It contains medical reports details like diagnosis, vitals, immunization dates, charting, past medical reports, laboratory reports, allergies, medication details, radiology images, progress notes, tele-visits, insurance details, claim details, etc. If you are using EHR, you can easily ...
10/8/2021 The VA's $16B Cerner EHR rollout: 8 recent updates Becker's Hospital Review ... Kiyokawa to clarify why he qualifies for the position, which is tasked with the VA's EHR rollout. - Mr. Tester said, "It's no secret that the VA is in the midst of deploying a new electronic health records system and that this program has not rolled out as smoothly as anyone has wanted." - Mr. Kiyokawa responded to Mr. Tester at the hearing, saying: "One of the key things is to have ...
10/8/2021 Substance use disorder may up risk of Covid breakthrough infections newkerala.com ... people with substance use disorders than those without, according to a study. Researchers at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health, and Case Western Reserve University analysed electronic health records of nearly 580,000 fully vaccinated people in the US. Their finding was published in the journal World Psychiatry. Researchers at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of ...
10/7/2021 Pfizer can Prevent Covid Hospitalization by 90% medindia.net ... Permanente Southern California and Pfizer underscores the importance of improving Covid-19 vaccination rates worldwide and monitoring vaccine effectiveness to determine which populations should be prioritised to receive booster shots. The team analysed 34,36,957 electronic health records between December 4, 2020, and August 8, 2021, to assess BNT162b2 vaccine effectiveness against SARS-CoV-2 infections and Covid-19-related hospitalisation. During the study period, 5.4 percent of people were infected ...
10/7/2021 At Hearing, Tester Questions VA Assistant Secretary of Enterprise Integration Nominee on Electronic Health Record Modernization US Senate ... a new Electronic Health Record system, and that this program has not rolled-out as smoothly as anyone has wanted,” said Tester. “Given your past history with the DOD [Department of Defense] and Electronic Health Records , what lessons would you bring to the VA that you learned from your time at the Defense Health Agency and your Army career when it comes to EHR work?”“One of the ...
10/7/2021 Substance use disorder may up risk of Covid breakthrough infections daijiworld.com ... people with substance use disorders than those without, according to a study.Researchers at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health, and Case Western Reserve University analysed electronic health records of nearly 580,000 fully vaccinated people in the US. Their finding was published in the journal World Psychiatry.People with substance use dis ...
10/6/2021 Why investments in IT and device security are often 'misaligned with the actual challenge' Healthcare IT News ... while a hospital or health system has to manage a traditional IT environment like any other business, they face additional difficulty with two more environments: clinical technologies involved in delivering care and the modern electronic health records system and its associated technologies. Each presents its own unique security challenges for the modern healthcare-provider organization.Hospitals have the same traditional IT technologies (for example, laptops, switches, routers, servers, etc.) that ...
10/6/2021 People with substance use disorders may be at higher risk for SARS-CoV-2 breakthrough infections National Institutes of Health People with substance use disorders may be at higher risk for SARS-CoV-2 breakthrough infections Co-occurring health disorders appear to contribute to increased risk, NIH study suggests.An analysis of electronic health records of nearly 580,000 fully vaccinated people in the United States found that the risk of SARS-CoV-2 breakthrough infection among vaccinated patients with substance use disorders was low overall, but higher than the risk ...
10/6/2021 Building Data Lakes for Healthcare providers- 2021 Guide and Roadmap | by ResolveData | Oct, 2021 | Medium Digital transformation improvements have arrived at a time when healthcare organizations are scrambling to increase the efficiency of their electronic health records (EHR). As a result, healthcare providers must develop new analytical models to identify at-risk patients, prevent adverse events, and practice evidence-based medicine.What is a Data Lake?Data lakes are next-generation hybrid data manageme n t solutions that can help organizations address big data challenges ...
10/5/2021 Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness drops after 6 months, study shows #MyUniverseNo1onHot100 #BoltUp #TwitterBan asyarfs.org ... against the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus. The data suggests that the drop is due to waning efficacy, rather than more contagious variants, researchers said. Researchers from Pfizer and Kaiser Permanente studied electronic health records of roughly 3.4 million people who were members of Kaiser Permanente Southern California between December 2020 – when the vaccine first became available – and August of 2021. “Our variant-specific analysis clearly ...
10/5/2021 Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness drops after 6 months -study indiatimes.com Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness drops after 6 months -study Researchers from Pfizer and Kaiser Permanente studied electronic health records of roughly 3.4 million people who were members of Kaiser Permanente Southern California between December 2020 - when the vaccine first became available - and August of 2021 ...
10/5/2021 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine effectiveness wanes to 47% against COVID-19 infection after six months MSN ... jab, published in The Lancet, also found that reductions in the vaccine's effectiveness against COVID-19 infection was due to this waning over time rather than the Delta variant escaping protection.Researchers analysed the electronic health records of 3,426,957 people who had received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine as part of the study, 5.4% of which (184,041) belonged to people who were infected and 6.6% (12,130) of those which were hospitalised ...
10/5/2021 How Community Health Network is using analytics to streamline its clinical decision support Healthcare IT News ... of physicians and other clinicians. THE PROBLEM Like all care providers, these physicians and clinicians are extremely busy, and there has been considerable evidence that responding to an overabundance of CDS alerts generated by electronic health records has contributed to their burnout over the last few years. Therefore, one of the issues healthcare organizations must be cognizant of when developing or implementing CDS is the impact on the end user ...
10/5/2021 https://www.theepochtimes.com/effectiveness-of-pfizer-biontech-covid-19-vaccine-falls-below-50-percent-after-5-months-study_4032448.html freerepublic.com ... was funded by Pfizer, aimed to evaluate the overall variant-specific effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus infections and COVID-19-related hospital admissions over time. Researchers analyzed electronic health records of more than 3.4 million men and women who were members of the health care organization Kaiser Permanente Southern California between Dec. 14, 2020 and Aug. 8, 2021, and assessed the vaccine effectiveness ...