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UnityPoint Health is undergoing an extensive digital transformation, and it has engaged health technology company b.well Connected Health to facilitate its efforts. The Des Moines, Iowa-based health system, which includes 20 regional and 19 community network hospitals, 400 physician clinics and accountable care organization UnityPoint Accountable Care, is pivoting to a digital-first consumer strategy. “The
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As patient engagement solutions proliferate, potential partners are looking for ones that are driving patient outcomes. Investors advised startups to work with trusted clinicians and keep track of key metrics in a panel at HLTH’s patient engagement track hosted by MedCity News. Years ago, patient engagement was considered a standalone product. But changing patient expectations
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Chai or chai tea is a popular drink in India where this delicious hot beverage is often made by boiling tea leaves with milk and adding sugar and spices. My chai tea recipe is a bit of a twist because instead of whole cow’s milk, we’re using coconut milk, instead of refined white sugar, we’re using honey
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As patient engagement solutions proliferate, potential partners are looking for ones that are driving patient outcomes. Investors advised startups to work with trusted clinicians and keep track of key metrics in a panel at HLTH’s patient engagement track hosted by MedCity News. Years ago, patient engagement was considered a standalone product. But changing patient expectations
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May 10, 2019 by Dr. Josh Axe, DC, DNM, CN (46) Ingredients: ½ cup grapefruit ½ cup frozen strawberries 2-4 ounces sheep or goat yogurt 1 teaspoon grated ginger 1 tablespoon raw local honey Coconut milk or water as needed to facilitate blending 1 scoop vanilla whey protein, optional Directions: Add all ingredients to a
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Chai or chai tea is a popular drink in India where this delicious hot beverage is often made by boiling tea leaves with milk and adding sugar and spices. My chai tea recipe is a bit of a twist because instead of whole cow’s milk, we’re using coconut milk, instead of refined white sugar, we’re using honey
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Former Merck CEO Ken Frazier, famous for building the drugmaker into one of the world’s biggest cancer companies, shed his pharma garb in his first public appearance since starting a new role with the venture capital giant General Catalyst. In July, General Catalyst appointed Frazier, who remains the executive chairman of Merck, as head of
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There’s a reason why turmeric tea is a popular beverage throughout Asia and is known by some as “liquid gold.” The four simple ingredients in this turmeric tea recipe all work to improve your health, whether it’s by reducing inflammation, aiding digestion, improving the health of your heart or strengthening your bones. Adding my turmeric
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Insiteflow co-founder and CEO Anthony Gerardi. Photo credit: Insiteflow New interoperability rules carry the promise of finally freeing up all of that data that’s been sitting in EHRs. But there are still several hurdles to making that information useful for clinicians. While leading a risk adjustment business under the Advisory Board, Anthony Gerardi encountered this
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BetterHealthcare seeks to reduce the friction in healthcare by simplifying the first mile of the patient journey through consumer-oriented scheduling and communication and providing better patient data for providers. BetterHealthcare got its start as a niche player in physical therapy, according to CEO and Co-founder Greg Peters. In a phone interview, he discussed how the
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BetterHealthcare seeks to reduce the friction in healthcare by simplifying the first mile of the patient journey through consumer-oriented scheduling and communication and providing better patient data for providers. BetterHealthcare got its start as a niche player in physical therapy, according to CEO and Co-founder Greg Peters. In a phone interview, he discussed how the
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Doctor on Demand and Grand Rounds are combining their telehealth and patient navigation capabilities after merging. Photo credit: Included Health As digital health companies mature, they’re bundling together more services for employers. One example: the massive merger between Grand Rounds and Doctor on Demand in March brought together patient navigation and telehealth. Since then, the
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While the term “Gen C” was first introduced circa 2019 by futurist Brian Solis as a way of describing a generation of connected consumers defined not by their age, geography, or income but by their hyper-connected, mobile-first mentality, it’s increasingly being used to describe post-pandemic-born babies. It’s also been applied to the mindset and expectations
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  Four pharmaceutical industry giants are joining forces to back startups that apply artificial intelligence and computational biology to drug research. AstraZeneca, Merck, Pfizer and Teva Pharmaceutical are contributing to an initiative called AION Labs. The pharmaceutical expertise of the life science companies will be combined with technology know-how from Amazon Web Services and the
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Four pharmaceutical industry giants are joining forces to back startups that apply artificial intelligence and computational biology to drug research. AstraZeneca, Merck, Pfizer and Teva Pharmaceutical are contributing to an initiative called AION Labs. The pharmaceutical expertise of the life science companies will be combined with technology know-how from Amazon Web Services and the investment
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Provider and payer websites are among the main online resources healthcare consumers turn to when searching for information about services, selecting providers and accessing care, according to a new survey by patient access solutions provider Kyruus. Wakefield Research, which conducted the fifth annual patient access journey survey on behalf of Kyruus, polled 1,000 U.S. adults
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October 26, 2011 by Dr. Josh Axe, DC, DNM, CN (36) Ingredients: 16 pieces of rice paper 2 cups cucumber 2 cups shredded lettuce 2 cups shredded carrots 2 red bell peppers, seeded and sliced very thin 1 cup mung bean sprouts 1 cup chopped fresh mint 1 cup chopped fresh basil 1 cup chopped
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Robert Durst looks at jurors as he appears in an Inglewood courtroom with his attorneys for the first closing arguments presented by the prosecution in the murder trial of the New York real estate scion who is charged with the longtime friend Susan Bermans killing in Benedict Canyon just before Christmas Eve 2000. Inglewood Courthouse
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If you’ve ever perused the astonishingly large (and depressingly unnatural) selection of cough drops and throat lozenges at your local drug store, you may have found yourself wishing for simple and wholesome cough drops, made without all the refined sugar (or artificial sweeteners) and the long list of odd, unpronounceable, and possibly problematic, additives. Maybe,
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If you’ve ever perused the astonishingly large (and depressingly unnatural) selection of cough drops and throat lozenges at your local drug store, you may have found yourself wishing for simple and wholesome cough drops, made without all the refined sugar (or artificial sweeteners) and the long list of odd, unpronounceable, and possibly problematic, additives. Maybe,
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The risk of mRNA Covid booster shots causing heart inflammation in young adults continues to worry top scientists weighing whether to approve third doses for anyone over 12, Dr. Ofer Levy, a voting member of the Food and Drug Administration’s advisory panel, said Friday. Levy, the director of the Precision Vaccines Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, spoke
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