Improving access to care for veteran, rural, and underserved populations … through advanced analytics, AI, and natural-language learning to help in preventing suicides, diagnosing PTSD, and combatting the opioid epidemic.
"Military medical organizations around the world are faced with an increasing number of challenges that can be helped and hindered by technology. Whether it’s cybersecurity or technology standards, military health IT decision makers are working to improve their...
Connect with us at HIMSS19 and learn about: The mCODE model Progress on an operational pilot of mCODE at Intermountain Healthcare National mCODE Summit planned for September 2019 mCODE-related Events at HIMSS12:00pm – 12:30pm The mCODE Project: Improving Cancer Care...
Elaine K. Swift, PhD (MITRE); Adela Lucero, JD LLM (MITRE); Alison Dingwall, PhD (MITRE) Major change in the form of new kinds of supplemental benefits is coming to Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, which insure 19 million—or 33% of—Medicare...
Kim Warren highlights four areas where the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the health industry could have high impact on expanding patient access to data.
Greg Quinn and Andrew Quina from MITRE demonstrate in this HIMSS18 presentation an open source application to empower clinicians to author clinical notes while simultaneously enabling low burden collection of structured clinical data.
The most critical member of the care team, the patient, is being left out. Hear insights from this HIMSS18 video presentation by Kristina Sheridan, MS, Principal Investigator and Researcher Patient Empowerment, MITRE, and Kate Sheridan, Student, George Mason University about managing pediatric chronic conditions, the value of patient-generated data, and an update of the patient empowerment research that was inspired by their experience.
In this HIMSS18 presentation Gail Hamilton, MITRE and Thomas Novak, HHS discuss how health interoperability is key for improving care coordination, efficiency, and reducing physician burden.
CDS Connect is an AHRQ-sponsored project to collect, build, store and make available a wide range of Clinical Decision Support (CDS) artifacts in both human-readable and computable forms. This HIMSS18 presentation led by Rob McCready, MITRE and Edwin Lomotan, MD, AHRQ demonstrates the CDS Connect Repository.
Through a powerful public health case study, this HIMSS18 presentation by Suzie Carmack and Dawn Stapleton from MITRE, articulates how successful social marketing and stakeholder engagement strategies were applied to develop and execute both strategic communication and standards harmonization efforts for CDC’s Surveillance Data Platform with Shared Services Initiative.
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