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Panel Recap: Healthcare’s Newest Sidekick

08/20/2020

Panel Recap: Healthcare’s Newest Sidekick

On Tuesday, August 11, Cleveland Clinic’s Transformation Tuesdays dove into the world of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) – detailing its development and uncovering some of its best use cases with the help of experts in the field. Kicking off August’s new topic, panelists Aziz Nazha, MD, Director, Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence & Associate Medical Director for Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise Analytics, Cleveland Clinic, and Oliver Schabenberger, PhD, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technology Officer, SAS were moderated by Anil Jain, MD, VP & Chief Health Informatics Officer, IBM Watson Health.


Unconventional Innovation: Healthcare’s Unlikely Heroes

08/18/2020

Unconventional Innovation: Healthcare’s Unlikely Heroes

Turned on its head looking for answers to primary, secondary, and tertiary issues brought to light by COVID-19, the world quickly realized fighting a viral outbreak of this size was beyond the bandwidth of the healthcare industry alone. Quantity and capacity issues for both physical and human capital began to stand between care providers and patients at a time when waiting to see the doctor simply wasn’t an option.


AI: More than Healthcare Could Have Imagined

08/04/2020

AI: More than Healthcare Could Have Imagined

Until recently, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) were buzzwords to most. Healthcare was no exception – characteristically slow to integrate AI and ML into its vocabulary, to say nothing of its operations and practices. It was unclear when AI arrived on the scene just how much potential it held. However, its ability to put patients in charge of their health or help prevent and treat diseases got its metaphorical foot in the door. While compiling data showed AI meeting efficiency milestones and pushing boundaries in other industries, clinicians remained rightfully steadfast in their demand for more information.


Building the Digital Doctor

07/30/2020

Building the Digital Doctor's Office: Webinar Recap

On Tuesday, July 21, Cleveland Clinic held its second webinar in the Transformation Tuesdays virtual series on telehealth. Segueing into the part of virtual health where telemedicine meets remote monitoring, experts gathered to discuss “building the digital doctor’s office” and enabling connected, data-advised clinician input from the comfort of home.


The Tale of Telehealth

07/27/2020

The Tale of Telehealth

Historically, minimal effort has been made to steer the bulk of the population toward care through virtual means, but innovative care providers and open-minded patients have been benefitting from the flexibility and versatility of telehealth for years. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth became the buzzword of 2020, and as all sides – insurers, clinicians, and individuals – grow more comfortable with it as a convenient, quality, low-cost source of healthcare, we are seeing aggressive incentivization of the use of virtual options. 


Transformation Tuesdays Tackle AI in August

07/20/2020

Transformation Tuesdays Tackle AI in August

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are integrating into workflows across the health ecosystem. Supplementing researchers’ and clinicians’ views of problems and patients, AI and ML are allowing additional insight for improved outcomes.


The Versatility of Telehealth: Webinar Recap

07/14/2020

The Versatility of Telehealth: Webinar Recap

On Tuesday, July 7, Cleveland Clinic held its first webinar in the Transformation Tuesdays virtual series on telehealth. Panelists Lisa Alderson, CEO & Co-Founder, Genome Medical, Ann Mond Johnson, CEO, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), and Jennifer Schneider, MD, President, Livongo Health joined moderator Will Morris, MD, Executive Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Innovations to talk virtual care, its applications, performance through COVID-19, and future implications for long-term use. 


Adapting MIS2020

07/13/2020

Adapting MIS2020

The Medical Innovation Summit team would like to let you know that after careful consideration and guidance from our clinicians, researchers, and leadership, the 2020 Medical Innovation Summit is going virtual! As the health and safety of our attendees, partners, speakers, and staff come first, we have decided to use remote technology to deliver the Summit experience in a socially distant way.


Transformation Tuesdays: Join Us in July!

06/22/2020

Transformation Tuesdays: Join Us in July!

In the month of July, we’re placing focus on telehealth – the buzzword-turned-basic necessity in light of recent events. The tool, however, has held revolutionary power in healthcare for years, and early 2020 saw many providers and patients become privy to the idea. Telehealth platforms available today have matured for seamless, streamlined connection, making the delivery of care quicker, simpler, and more widespread.


Cleveland Clinic: 3rd Most Innovative Hospital System According to Reaction Data

06/22/2020

Cleveland Clinic: 3rd Most Innovative Hospital System According to Reaction Data

In mid-May, market research firm Reaction Data posted results from its 4th Annual Hospital Brand “Peer Review” survey gathering data from hospital leaders, physicians, and other key decision-makers about which health systems they feel lead the way in innovation, delivery transformation, and improving quality of care while cutting costs. With 552 participants from across the U.S., holding a range of titles and hailing from a variety of health facility types, the survey highlights professional opinions of popular health systems.
 


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