Jason George explains why Toyota’s success in quality control began with building quality relationships, and he illustrates why this model could be a healthier direction for the future of healthcare.
Foothills, Alberta doesn’t sound like the location of leading-edge solutions, but as Miklos Tompka reveals, it was this location that adopted the Ubiquilux e-motion switch: technology that reduces the risk of hospital acquired infections and that hospital staff finds the technology beneficial and safe. Explore the findings of the controlled study.
For anyone interested in connected health initiatives, this article published in HealthTechMagazine.net quotes Afua Branoah Banful on five imperatives for healthcare organizations that can maximize telemedicine success.
Winton Gibbons provides an update on the status of precision medicine (treatments designed to work for the individual) that identifies the benefits and the challenges.
Winton Gibbons provides a framework for market assessments of medical products.
Sean McCoy shares a few use cases that illustrate how analytics can reduce expenses and improve earning before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization(EBITDA) in healthcare organizations.
Eric Peterson shares what he has learned from his failed health tech startup.
Ian Tidswell tackles this issue of high prices for innovative drugs, devices, and therapies in healthcare and explores the advantages of delinking prices.
Tobias Baer identifies the flaw in pharma pricing and offers an outline of a system to address the current issues.
Health Tech Magazine has published highlights from Afua Branoah Banful’s talk at the American Telemedicine Association’s annual conference.