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    Innovating Healthcare by First-Principle Approach

    Dec. 10, 2021
    SPONSORED CONTENT What are the grand challenges being faced in healthcare and how should they be approached for effective solutions?
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    Analytics for Population Health and Clinical Transformation: Moving Forward on the Journey of 1,000 Miles

    Nov. 16, 2021
    The data analytics pioneers aren’t stopping for a moment—they’re moving forward on all cylinders, and providing templates for everyone to follow
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    Cyber Expert Staynings: New Regulation May Help Boards of Directors Prioritize Cybersecurity

    Nov. 16, 2021
    Healthcare Innovation sat down with cyber expert Richard Staynings to discuss the current cybersecurity talent drought and the importance of educating CEOs and boards of directors...
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    Jane Goodall’s Revolutionary Primate Study—and What Matters Now in Healthcare

    Nov. 16, 2021
    As Editor-in-Chief Mark Hagland wrote in his November/December issue editorial, observation-based inquiry and experimentation
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    AI: The Importance of Governance

    Nov. 16, 2021
    AI is one of the more promising technologies in medical imaging of the 21st century so far, with widespread potential in healthcare. New applications are emerging every day; but...

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    Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

    CMS’s Strategic Plan for CMMI: A New Administration Shifts on Policy—and Strategy

    Nov. 16, 2021
    Will CMMI fare better now under new management, under the new administration? The issues facing Chiquita Brooks-LaSure and Liz Fowler are complex, but at least they’ve got a strategy...
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    Genomics & Precision Medicine

    Q&A: Informaticist Philip Payne on Washington U.’s Precision Medicine Journey

    Sept. 30, 2021
    Founding director of university’s Institute for Informatics describes ‘deep phenotyping’ to better understand the environments in which patients live
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    Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

    Advocate Aurora Health CMO Dr. Gary Stuck Unpacks the System’s MSSP ACO Success

    Sept. 14, 2021
    Shortly after CMS released its most recent result for ACOs participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), Dr. Gary Stuck, the health system’s CMO, regarding his ...