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NEJM This Week — July 29, 2021

Featuring articles on the duration of adjuvant therapy in breast cancer, tofacitinib for Covid-19 pneumonia, complications in youth-onset type 2 diabetes, a small-molecule SMN2 modifier in type 1 spinal muscular atrophy, a hyperimmune globulin to prevent congenital cytomegalovirus, and scarless wound healing; a review article on depression in adolescents; a case report of a woman with bloody stools and thrombocytopenia; and Perspective articles on from crime to care, on health care budgets for rural providers, on identifying and tracking SARS-CoV-2 variants, and on a child’s loss. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 385, No. 5.
July 28, 2021
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Making telehealth usable for everyone — with Amy Sheon

Despite the widespread adoption telehealth saw during the COVID-19 pandemic, many telehealth deployments still fall short of real user-friendliness, providing less-than-ideal patient experiences, especially for certain populations that might have less access to reliable internet or less experience with telecommunications.On this episode, guest host and Healthcare IT News Senior Editor Kat Jercich welcomes Amy Sheon, research director at the Telehealth Equity Coalition, to discuss this  important topic.This episode is brought to you by BlueJeans.Talking points:For whom is telehealth not working?Why it took health systems some time to tumble to their equity challengesTesting devices on the right groupsCommunity health workers might be the key to reaching difficult populationsThe Telehealth Equity CoalitionOther resources available for people making telehealth offerings more equitableEquity issues around internet access and digital redliningWhat can telehealth vendors do?Policy solutions for health equityTelehealth accessibility for people with disabilitiesAsynchronous communication as an accommodationMore about this episode:To achieve healthcare equity, telehealth must be expanded to rural and underserved communities Telehealth used less in disadvantaged areas, Health Affairs study findsEliminating audio-only telehealth coverage could put safety net clinics at riskWomen are less likely to use video for telehealth careTelehealth may worsen digital divide for people with disabilitiesTelehealth has enabled wider access during COVID-19 – but not for everyoneCould telehealth worsen inequity? 'Not under my watch,' says HHS Sec. BecerraHims & Hers, ATA, and 10 others launch Telehealth Equity Coalition
July 28, 2021
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Heart Failure Quality Improvement RCT, 7 vs 14 Days of Antibiotics for Male UTI, Does This Patient Have Hypertension?, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the July 27, 2021 issue.
July 27, 2021
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Mobile Heartbeat Presents: Perspectives & Possibilities in the Clinical Communications & Collaboration Industry

Mobile Heartbeat CEO, Ron Remy, shares his perspective on the evolving clinical communication & communication landscape across the healthcare continuum. He explores the developing market needs and emerging trends that are informing the roadmap of his company.
July 26, 2021
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Optum Presents: Learn how enterprise IT strategies can enable modernizationfor improved care outcomes and enhanced provider and patient experiences

Hear how enterprise IT strategies present numerous opportunities for improving and transforming healthcare including; improving administrative efficiencies, facilitating clinical advancement, and improving staff efficiency across numerous health system departments. As organizations look for a competitive edge, a cohesive IT strategy is critical to avoid the short-term outcomes of patch work approaches.
July 26, 2021
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Top Stories for 7/23

Direct contracting reimbursement model proving popular among payers and providers; Mass General teams with YouTube to tackle medical disinformation. Also: Gamified strategies show only modest success in changing people's health behaviors.Links to the stories: Providers, payers see direct contracting's capitation as an important move to value-based careYouTube tapped to support access to accurate medical infoGamification boosts physical activity, healthy behaviors in new study
July 23, 2021
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Hospital lessons learned from COVID-19 — with Paul Coyne, Joe Fisne, and Bill Siwicki

For the past several months, Healthcare IT News Features Editor Bill Siwicki has been writing a series on lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic for hospitals throughout the US. For this installment of HIMSSCast, Bill and host Jonah Comstock are joined by Paul Coyne, NP,  clinical practice and chief nursing informatics officer at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and Joe Fisne, associate chief information officer at Geisinger Health System, to discuss some of the biggest learnings to come out of the series.This podcast is brought to you by Zoom and is a companion to 'Telehealth is here to stay', episode 1 of our Workplace Re-entry series.Talking pointsHow COVID taught us how fast we can innovateThe importance of video conferencing, internally as well as externallyPhysician collaboration and rapid prototypingHow COVID-19 aligned priorities within hospitalsAn unexpected lesson: Hospital HR systems need improvementComfortable vs uncomfortable innovationThe future of telehealth utilizationMore about this episodeHealth IT Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Era (Bill's series)Hospital IT leaders talk lessons learned from a tough pandemic yearWhat does the 'after COVID-19' business look like? IT leaders weigh inCIOs plan on refined telehealth, faster deployments, more collaborative toolsHow IT leaders are reimagining and repurposing technologies to handle new challengesBurnout in the Age of COVID-19 (Bill's previous series)
July 23, 2021
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Lenovo Presents: Securing Care Anywhere: Managing Security and Privacy Compliance in a Distributed Healthcare Workforce

Security is not just a hardware or software issue. Privacy is not a static filter and safety is not just about signage.  Our world has changed, along with the working environment, threat landscape, and the lines between work and life.  Today’s IT Leaders need tools to address compliance. Technology partners can help IT Leaders address privacy, security, and safety compliance issues.  In this podcast, we will discuss these 3 compliance focus areas and give real world advice on how IT Leaders address these areas with support from their technology partners.
July 22, 2021
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Leadership Lessons for Physicians from Ted Lasso

Apple TV+ launched “Ted Lasso” in the fall of 2020. The series focuses on an American football coach (played by Jason Sudeikis) who is hired to coach an English soccer team. But Ted Lasso is less about sports and more about leadership.  A Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild, and a Critics Choice Award later, along with charming an ever growing audience, we are ready for the second season. In this episode of SoundPractice we will talk with Gary Schwartz, MD, MHA, President, Associated Eye Care, about his LinkedIn article, “Leadership Lessons from Season One of Ted Lasso.” Dr. Schwartz found ten crucial leadership lessons woven into the Ted Lasso series. This episode serves proof that SoundPractice can be hip, socially relevant, and educational -- simultaneously. Gary Schwartz, MD, MHA President, Associated Eye Care Stillwater, MN https://www.linkedin.com/posts/gary-schwartz-md-mha-775b51_leadership-lessons-from-ted-lasso-activity-6789711939418279937-qlti Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org  
July 22, 2021
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HP Presents: What’s up Doc? Empowering Patient First Care Teams on the New Frontier of Care Delivery

The 2020s mark the transition to digital-first healthcare. By 2023, 65% of patients worldwide will have accessed care through a digital front door as healthcare providers look for better ways to improve access, engagement, and experiences across all services. As such, the rapid adoption of virtual reality, 3D print, telehealth, artificial intelligence (AI), microfluidics and other innovative technologies are enabling healthcare providers and patients to access their information conveniently and in real time. Such digital enabled technologies are supporting care coordination across the care continuum, connecting providers and patients, and bringing care to patients when and where it is needed. However, this rapid march to digital transformation has also shone a harsh spotlight on the digital divide in healthcare. According to the Pew Research Center, nearly 1 in 8 Americans lives in poverty, with low-income individuals having lower rates of smartphone ownership (71%), home broadband access (59%), Internet use (82%), and basic digital literacy (53%).Listen in as Fran Ayalasomayajula, HP’s Head of Digital Strategies and Daniel Colling, Global Head of Healthcare Solutions and Practice talk about patient-first technology innovations ranging from VR, 3D Print and AI to Hospital at Home, Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Intelligent Care Coordination. In this episode, we’ll explore what happens when such technologies are developed and intentionally implemented with these communities in mind. This will be an engaging discussion on the new frontier of care delivery, one that brings all providers and patients together and has a positive impact on patient outcomes. 
July 21, 2021
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NEJM This Week — July 22, 2021

Featuring articles on PCI guided by FFR or angiography for STEMI, pimavanserin for dementia-associated psychosis, Covid-19 prevention and attenuation with mRNA vaccines, second-line treatment of HIV-1 infection in Sub-Saharan Africa, and racial inequality in prescription opioid receipt; a review article on substance use among men who have sex with men; a case report of a woman with cognitive impairment, headache, and memory loss; and Perspective articles on medical–financial partnerships, on Virchow at 200 and Lown at 100, and on one hundred years of insulin for some. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 385, No. 4.
July 21, 2021
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PatientKeeper Presents: What We Learned About Health IT During the Pandemic

The pandemic showed healthcare organizations the importance of mobility, collaboration and streamlining clinical workflow. Going forward, IT departments can better support providers in delivering patient care by leveraging these lessons.
July 20, 2021
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Canakinumab for Severe COVID-19, Medical Debt in the US, Novel Lipid-Lowering Therapies, and more

Editors' Summary by Kristin Walter, MD, Associate Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the July 20, 2021 issue.
July 20, 2021
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Masimo Presents: There's No Place Like Home: How Hospital Automation Is Elevating Telehealth to Bring the Hospital to the Home

Explore the most pressing challenges of the post-COVID landscape, and discover how Hospital Automation technology is the linchpin of an elevated telehealth platform that bothpatients and clinicians can depend on.
July 19, 2021
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Peeking into the future of healthcare — with Tom Kiesau, Lauren Goodman, Shreesh Tiwari, and Dr. Darryl Gibbings-Isaac

Among the many offerings at HIMSS21 is The Future of Healthcare, a continuation of the State of Healthcare data-driven virtual event HIMSS hosted back in June. On this special episode of HIMSSCast, we welcome all four HIMSS Trust Partners and presenters to give a sneak peak of what's to come at the August event.Host Jonah Comstock and MobiHealthNews Managing Editor Laura Lovett speak with Tom Kiesau, director and digital health leader at the Chartis Group; Lauren Goodman, director of market intelligence at HIMSS; Shreesh Tiwari, a principal at ZS; and Dr. Darryl Gibbings-Isaac, a senior manager in Accenture’s Health Strategy Practice.Talking points:State of Healthcare takeawaysTension between learning technology lessons and getting back to normalPatient attitudes about machine learning and artificial intelligenceProviders still looking for value proposition for AI, digital health adoption barriersHow payers are embracing technological innovationThe future of digital health investmentUncertainties: What will big tech companies do? What will providers prioritize?More uncertainties: Value-based care adoption, interoperability and patient data accessGenerational differences in patient attitudesNew competitive threats for health systems, payersKeeping health equity and patient-centricity in mind as we build healthcare’s futureThe importance of trust in healthcareTechnology’s potential to humanize healthcareHow COVID-19 has and hasn’t changed healthcareMore about this episode:Register for HIMSS21The State of Healthcare, ICYMIThe Future of HealthcareHIMSSCast: State of Healthcare recap and Future of Healthcare preview68% of health system execs plan deeper AI investments to meet strategic goalsAtrium Health's quick turnaround allowed for digital innovation during the pandemicPatients are looking to go back to brick-and-mortar post pandemicOscar Health's CEO on how insurance companies have transformed during COVID-19Payers focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning
July 16, 2021
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Top stories for 7/16

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs has flagged unreliable IT infrastructure cost estimates; A recently approved Alzheimer’s drug could strain Medicaid budgets . Plus: Amazon gets FCC clearance for radar sensors for remote sleep monitoring.Links to the stories:VA EHR update: Watchdog flags unreliable cost estimates, training deficienciesNew Alzheimer's drug could cost Medicaid more than $2 billionFCC gives Amazon green light to use radar for monitoring sleep
July 16, 2021
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Your Supply Chain for Your Health System: Impact of Hurricanes, Earthquakes, and Manmade Disasters

The Coronavirus and COVID-19 have taught the healthcare profession many lessons over the past year and a half. One of those lessons was the vulnerability of supply chains. In the midst of battle, King Richard exclaimed “My kingdom for a horse!” The 2020 equivalent was “My kingdom for PPE!” Natural disasters, geopolitical upheavals, and isolated catastrophes serve as causes for removed from their effects upon our healthcare systems. In this episode of SoundPractice, we will be joined by Bindiya Vakil to explore supply chain strategies and vulnerabilities. Ms. Vakil is the founder and CEO of Resilinc, a provider of AI-based supply chain mapping and disruption monitoring services, and the author of Harvard Business Review articles related to supply chain management. Resilinc assists firms with analysis and use of their supply chains. We will look at how a factory fire in India or a hurricane in Puerto Rico can impact a hospital in rural Iowa. Beyond an academic exercise, this episode will offer some concrete strategies for healthcare leaders charged with supply chain oversight. Join us for a discussion on planning for complexity and opportunities when it come to your supply chain on this episode of SoundPractice. https://www.resilinc.com/ Bindiya Vakil, Founder and CEO https://www.resilinc.com/about/ Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org  
July 16, 2021
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Masimo Presents: Hospital Automation: Making Data Meaningful

Explore the most pressing challenges of the post-COVID landscape, and discover how Hospital Automation technology is the linchpin of an elevated telehealth platform that bothpatients and clinicians can depend on.
July 15, 2021
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NEJM This Week — July 15, 2021

Featuring articles on rehabilitation after hospitalization for heart failure, detecting speech in a paralyzed person with anarthria, ruxolitinib for chronic graft-versus-host disease, BNT162b2 vaccination against Covid-19 in 12-to-15-year-old adolescents, and inhibiting PD-L1 in hepatocellular carcinoma; a review article on the initial management of seizure in adults; a case report of a pregnant woman with fever, abdominal pain, and headache; and Perspective articles on averting future vaccine inequity, on scaling up Covid-19 vaccination in Africa, and on a medical home. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 385, No. 3.
July 14, 2021
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Platelet-Rich Plasma for Achilles Tendinopathy, Delivery for Suspected Fetal Growth Restriction, Review of Alcohol-Related Liver Disease, and more

Editor's Summary by Mary McDermott, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the July 13, 2021 issue.
July 13, 2021
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Hyland Presents: Prepare yourself for a move to the cloud.

In this episode, we discuss some of the key steps in moving to the cloud, focusing on four core concepts to help make your migration as smooth as possible.  Understanding your workloads, people and processes are critical to any major shift in operations, but this is magnified with a shift into cloud environments.  We talk with Jonnie Irvine, a Principal Architect with Hyland Cloud Services with experience in public and private cloud migrations from both sides of the process.
July 13, 2021
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New York FQHC fine-tunes its IT strategy for pandemic response and recovery

In the inaugural episode of The Changemaker Podcast, Alison Connelly-Flores, CMIO at Bronx-based Urban Health Plan, describes the hard-hit early days of COVID-19, strategies for vaccine distribution and the value of social determinants of health.
July 9, 2021
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Top Stories for 7/9

Medical, social services organizations advocate for passage of a new social determinants of health bill; Fitbit files patent for a ring that collects medical data . Plus: Supreme Court to hear challenge to HHS move to cut 340B drug reimbursement.Links to the stories:Hundreds of stakeholders support passage of SDOH bill in CongressFitbit patent reveals it could be working on a health monitoring ringSupreme Court to decide legality of drug payment cuts to 340B hospitals
July 9, 2021
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NEJM This Week — July 8, 2021

Featuring articles on fetal surgery for severe left diaphragmatic hernia and for moderate left diaphragmatic hernia, comparisons of interleukin-17 inhibitors in psoriasis, and SARS-CoV-2 variants and vaccines; a review article on hematuria in adults; a case report of a man with ataxia; and Perspective articles on addressing vaccine hesitancy in BIPOC communities, on Covid-19 vaccine follow-through, and on the CT scan after 50 years. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 385, No. 2.
July 7, 2021
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