MedGizmo - DigiHealthBrief: MedGizmo Weekly Healthcare Research Papers & SlideShare Overview for the Week Ending March 24, 2109
25.03.2019, 02:05   MedGizmo

DigiHealthBrief: MedGizmo Weekly Healthcare Research Papers & SlideShare Overview for the Week Ending March 24, 2109


Complications of Diabetes Mellitus
Sirajuddin Syed Pharm-D III/IV CHIPS
Case Presentation On Peripheral Vascular Disease, Distal Peripheral Neuropathy & Diabetic Foot
PEMF Therapy Neck Back Pain Relief Kit for Reduced Inflammation Launched
PEMF-Wave announced the launch of the QRS system, a medically approved physical therapy device with a variety of applications including acute and chronic pain relief, cell regeneration and various others. Based on extensive research and widely accepted by medical organizations throughout the world, PEMF therapy is ideal for sports injury treatment, muscular recovery, and a wide range of other musculoskeletal applications.

A Reference Architecture for Digital Health: The Health Catalyst Data Operating System
Health Catalyst
There are essentially four strategic options to address the enterprise data platform requirements of today’s healthcare systems: (1) build your own, (2) buy from EHR vendors, (3) look to a Silicon Valley high-tech startup, and (4) partner with Health Catalyst or a handful of similar companies.
In this webinar, Health Catalyst’s CTO, Dale Sanders, comments on all four approaches, hoping to help you to assess your organization’s strategy against the options and vendors in each category.
Introduction to Machine Learning in Healthcare
Anasua Sarkar, Assistant Professor
There are two things required for the successful application of machine learning in healthcare— intelligent algorithms and rich data sets. Orion Health is at the forefront of developing both areas. We have invested in the Precision Driven Health initiative, a world-leading, multi-million-dollar research program that is investigating how the application of machine learning will enable new healthcare solutions that are more precisely tailored to a person’s unique characteristics.
Quahog Life Sciences | Solutions Overview AI & Analytics For Enterprise Healthcare
Quahog Life Sciences
 Data Management Platform Capabilities. Logical Data Model. Model designed for RNN. The platform’s fundamental capability is to unify data sources and create a single data store for patient data. The platform allows the user to import data using connectors, which can be merged/joined using a simple editor. Multiple data sources can be merged to a single structured file, which can be used for machine learning or analysis. The data structure is designed using the concepts of systems biology where each unique entity or data type is extracted for available relationships from –omics databases. The data structure is hierarchical with semantic relationships
Health IT Industry Outlook Survey
Stoltenberg Consulting
As healthcare organizations jockey for operational efficiency in the competitive transition to value-based care, they note struggle to align reporting priories with practices. Forty percent of survey participants reported feeling underprepared for year 2 of the updated Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) rule, while only 12 percent indicated they are very prepared.
Other key survey findings demonstrated that while EHR adoption is nearly universal across the country, clinical application and implementation support (32 percent) remains the top 2018 IT outsourcing request, followed by IT service desk (28 percent) and financial application/system support (15 percent).
With true implementation beyond a system go live, optimizing IT/EHR performance (32 percent) and overcoming IT staff shortages (31 percent) were cited almost equally as the most significant challenges in 2018 among survey participants.
Making HealthTech a reality in Emerging Countries through the Digital Hospital
MEDx eHealthCenter B.V.
The MEDx eHealthCenter is a global IT SAAS (Software As A Service) solution, being a multiservice digital Hospital platform, targeting the needs of HealthCare Seekers and HealthCare Providers in growth markets, to help balance demand and supply of healthcare services, through an efficient and streamlined selfcare, ePrimary, eSecondary & eTertiary care powered by CASH TO HEALTH for those markets. The MEDx eHealthCenter is best described as a digital hospital, the first of its kind. An end-to-end, one-stop- shop covering a wide variety of healthcare services. These services are complementary to traditional healthcare services, allowing for even better outcomes.

MedChain: Efficient Healthcare Data Sharing via Blockchain
Bingqing Shen et al. Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Macau, Macau SAR 999078, China
In this paper, an efficient data-sharing scheme is proposed, called MedChain,
which combines blockchain, digest chain, and structured P2P network techniques to overcome the above efficiency issues in the existing approaches for sharing both types of healthcare data. Based on MedChain, a session-based healthcare data-sharing scheme is devised, which brings flexibility in data sharing. The evaluation results show that MedChain can achieve higher efficiency and satisfy
the security requirements in data sharing.
HealthTech: How Blockchain Can Simplify Healthcare Compliance
Kathryn M. Bennett, Washington and Lee University School of Law
This Note broadly explores solutions to modern-day accessibility and security problems latent in electronic health records. Specifically, this Note discusses HIPAA and HITECH, the current law in place, and how blockchain technology can be used to fix the accessibility and security problems of current electronic health records. This Note proposes that blockchain technology can help a healthcare industry struggling to adhere to the current rule of law in an era of Big Data. Further, Blockchain technology can help individual consumers, particularly those with significant health issues, obtain the best possible medical care while  simultaneously keeping their private and sensitive information safe. This innovative technology offers the security and sophistication needed to usher healthcare providers and healthcare consumers into a new technological era fraught with privacy issues.
Emerging Trends in Critical Care Nursing/ICU Management
Prof. Vijayreddy Vandali, PHD SCHOLAR, M.SC(N).PGCDE,MIPHA,. Dept Of Medical-Surgical Nursing India
TYPES OF ICUs • Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). • Pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). • Psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU). • Coronary care unit (CCU): • Neurological intensive care unit • Intensive care unit(ICU). • Post-anesthesia care unit (PACU): • High dependency unit (HDU): • Surgical intensive care unit (SICU)

Building Consumer-Facing Health Devices and Apps and Doing it Right
Personal Connected Health Alliance Of HIMSS
For the HIMSS Delaware Valley Chapter. solve a problem; prototype, pilot, adopt and scale. FDA regulations, evidence, health behavior change, data integration
Medical Design & Outsourcing March 2019 Issue
This issue of Medical Design & Outsourcing takes a look at the issue:
  • Artificial intelligence’s potential comes with an incredible level of hype, Associate Editor Fink Densford reports.
  • The Healthcare & Public Sector Coordinating Council has a plan to boost medical device cybersecurity, Senior Editor Nancy Crotti found.
  • Assistant Editor Danielle Kirsh looked at medical device companies that are actively developing AI applications in their manufacturing and supply chain operations.
Robotic Surgery
Mohd Haseeb Khan 15951A0329
What is the robotic surgery and how does it work?
Classification - There are three different robotic surgery system: Supervisionary controlled systems, Tele surgical systems, Shared control systems. Mechanism involved in robotic surgery 1. Direct Telemanipulator 2. Computer control Famous robotic surgery equipment 1. Da Vinci robot 2. ZEUS robotic surgical system 3. AESOP robotic system
Ocular Drug Delivery System
Drupad Thacker Ramanbhi Patel College Of Pharmacy
● Introduction ● Types of ODDS ● Merits and demerits ● Methods of preparation ● Methods of development ● Barriers for drug permeation and methods to overcome ● References
FDA Regulation For Medical Devices
Simrana Fathima.M M.Pharmacy (pharmaceutics) Regulatory affairs
• Definitions • Classification of devices • Level of control • Types FDA regulation • Establishment registration and device listing • Premarket notification 510(k) • Introduction • substantial equivalence • Who must submit 510(k) • content of 510(k) • when is 510(k) required • when is 510(k) not required • De novo classification
USFDA Approval Process For Drug Products & Biological Product [NDA Vs. BLA]
Girish A. Swami, (M.Pharm, PGDIPR, PGDDRA)
Overview of USFDA Framework Biological Products How are Biologics different? Therapeutic Biologicals - Examples Biologics in CBER or CDER Regulation for Drugs & Biologics – – – – – – Comparison to drugs Inspection Team Overview & Review Process NDA and BLA (Similarities and Differences) NDA/BLA Dossier content BLA Post-approval requirement

2019 Healthcare Trends: Guide to Payor-Focused Solutions & Market Response
Amitech Solutions
Key Trends in Healthcare 1. Shift to Value-Based Payment 2. Deinstitutionalization of Care 3. Care Management 4. Growing MA market 5. Data-Driven Organization 6. Digital Health Transformation
Tracxn - Mom & Baby Care Startup Landscape
Tracxn Technologies Private Limited
Contents: Feed Summary. Investment Trends. Market Details. Exit Outlook. Investors. News.
Anal & Colorectal Cancer
Canadian Cancer Survivor Network
For Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, CCSN welcomed back Helene Hutchings to discuss anal and colorectal cancer in this educational webinar. Helene discussed the symptoms & risk factors of these cancers, as well as treatment options that are available. She also discussed prevention of anal and colorectal cancers and the benefits of peer-to-peer support groups.
Health Assessment Vital Signs: Temperature & Pulse
Jhonee F. Balmeo RN
Vital signs • vital signs are measurements of the body's most basic functions. The four main vital signs routinely monitored by medical professionals and health care providers include the following: • temperature • pulse • respiration • blood pressure
Dementia Course Week 1
Melissa Phillips MS, CCC-SLP
Week 1 PPT for graduate level dementia course in communication sciences and disorders. e the first to comment  Introductions  Syllabus: (link on blackboard)  Understanding dementia  Roles of the SLP  Working with an interdisciplinary team in a SNF/hospital setting  Risk factors  Evidence map article sign-up before you leave

Biopsychosocial Rehab
Rafael Salazar II, MHS, OTR/L, Consultant, Trainer, & Advisory
Why Are We Here?
• Discuss the biopsychosocial model of healthcare
• Explore its application to clinical rehabilitation (OT) practice
• Review relevant literature and research


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