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November 23, 2021

Tuesday

  • Happy Thanksgiving
  • Boston area hospitals flooded with non-COVID related visits
  • UPMC: AI, genomic surveillance improve detection of infectious disease outbreaks
  • Ochsner hires first chief digital officer
  • AI, genomic surveillance improve detection of infectious disease outbreaks
  • Private equity firms to buy Athenahealth for $17 billion
  • Cardinal Health's WaveMark launches supply automation solution for clinical labs
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  • Tuesday
    Happy Thanksgiving
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    Boston area hospitals flooded with non-COVID related visits
    The Boston Globe recently reported that patients are flooding hospitals with medical issues such as heart attacks, strokes, drug overdoses, suicidal thoughts, broken bones, infections, and COVID. Many had put off medical care during the pandemic and came to the hospital only when they could no longer bear to stay home. As much as hospital leaders had strategized and prepared for the pandemic, they didn’t foresee this, the Globe reported.

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    UPMC: AI, genomic surveillance improve detection of infectious disease outbreaks
    By coupling machine learning with whole genome sequencing, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Carnegie Mellon University scientists greatly improved the quick detection of infectious disease outbreaks within a hospital setting over traditional methods for tracking outbreaks. The results, published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, indicate a way for health systems to identify and then stop hospital-based infectious disease outbreaks in their tracks, cutting costs and saving lives. 

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    Ochsner hires first chief digital officer
    Ochsner Health announced Denise Basow, MD, as its first Chief Digital Officer (CDO), effective January 3, 2022. Dr. Basow will join the Ochsner Executive Team, leading strategy and growth of Ochsner’s digital health programs, building new digital businesses and expanding clinical businesses regionally and nationally to create a more convenient, cost-effective experience that delivers better outcomes for patients.

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    AI, genomic surveillance improve detection of infectious disease outbreaks
    By coupling machine learning with whole genome sequencing, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Carnegie Mellon University scientists greatly improved the quick detection of infectious disease outbreaks within a hospital setting over traditional methods for tracking outbreaks. The results, published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, indicate a way for health systems to identify and then stop hospital-based infectious disease outbreaks in their tracks, cutting costs and saving lives. 

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    Private equity firms to buy Athenahealth for $17 billion
    Private-equity firms Hellman & Friedman LLC and Bain Capital on Monday agreed to buy Athenahealth for $17 billion, the latest sign of rising interest in companies powering the healthcare sector's shift to the cloud, according to Reuters. Companies providing cloud-based solutions to the healthcare sector have enjoyed a demand surge during the COVID-19 pandemic as home-bound people turn to the web for their medical needs.

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    Cardinal Health's WaveMark launches supply automation solution for clinical labs
    Cardinal Health announced its business, WaveMark™ Supply Management and Workflow Solutions, will now be available for implementation in clinical labs across the U.S. "WaveMark is among the first in the industry to optimize clinical lab processes through cutting-edge automation," said Shawn McBride, vice president and general manager, WaveMark. "Timing matters in the lab: the faster test results are delivered from the lab, the faster a diagnosis can be made and treatment can begin. WaveMark's new clinical lab solution ensures the most experienced, skilled lab managers aren't unnecessarily spending time checking on inventory."
     
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