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9/15/2021 Houston Methodist, Amazon piloting voice assistants in operating, exam rooms Becker's Hospital Review ... complete those activities, so there's never a step that's missed," Dr. Nicholas Desai, chief medical information officer at Houston Methodist, told Financial Times. "Once it's completed, [the voice assistant] writes it back to the electronic medical record as a completed activity, so if there's ever an issue or something doesn't get done, there's going to be a notification."- With the patient's consent, the Amazon devices can also listen in the ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wuky.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wprl.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wvpe.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wcsufm.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wesm913.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wnmufm.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money wuot.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money kbbi.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money kdll.org ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 The DOJ Says A Data Mining Company Fabricated Medical Diagnoses To Make Money kuaf.com ... pays the health plans using a complex formula called a "risk score," which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID's reviews triggered "tens of millions" of dollars ...
9/15/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case Physicians Weekly ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/15/2021 A New Medicare Advantage Fraud Case Is Taking Aim At Data Mining : Shots slicknewz.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the Department of Justice alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case Kaiser Health News ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case reporterwings.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan.But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case todaybiznews.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan.But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case ottawasown.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case newsbinding.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan.But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case americanhealthcarejournal.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...
9/14/2021 Justice Department Targets Data Mining in Medicare Advantage Fraud Case fiorreports.com ... the health plans using a complex formula called a “risk score,” which is intended to render higher rates for sicker patients and less for those in good health. The data mining company combed electronic medical record s to identify missed diagnoses — pocketing up to 20% of new revenue it generated for the health plan. But the DOJ alleges that DxID’s reviews triggered “tens of millions” of dollars ...