Urgent care centers exist to help people who need to see a healthcare professional today. When that need coincides with a natural or man-made disaster, every location must have a plan of action to ensure any downtime is minimal, staff needs are met, and the business is able to survive.
Many patients who received non-opioids were surprised by how well they relieved pain, according to data published in the Journal of Pain. “Chronic musculoskeletal pain is a major public health problem,” Marianne S. Matthias, PhD, from Regenstrief Institute, Indianapolis, and colleagues wrote.
U.S. veterans who opt for fee-for-service health systems like Medicare are less likely to receive guideline-concordant care than their counterparts in the Veterans Health Administration (VA), researchers reported in a JAMA Network Open original investigation this month.
Enigma Biomedical Group (EBG) today announced a collaboration agreement with Invicro, a Konica Minolta Company and a leading provider of imaging services and software for research and drug development, to work together on multiple projects, initially focusing on the enhancement of Invicro’s Amyloid IQ and Tau IQ platforms.
As a company invested in the future of work, but also committed to healthcare, we pose this question: What does the future of healthcare look like? This question likely has many divergent, interesting and potentially controversial answers, especially depending upon who is asked. Konica Minolta, through close collaboration with our Business Innovation Center’s Healthcare Advisory Council, has attempted to answer this question by introducing our Value Based Care Platform to deliver better care at lower costs.
Konica Minolta : Dr. John E. Niederhuber Appointed Chairman of Konica Minolta's Scientific Advisory Board
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (PRWEB) July 27, 2018 Konica Minolta Precision Medicine Inc. , a newly formed division of Konica Minolta focused on revolutionizing personalized patient care, announced today the appointment of Dr. John E. Niederhuber as the Chairman of their Scientific Advisory Board . Late last year, Konica Minolta acquired Ambry Genetics, a leader in genetic diagnostics, and Invicro , a leading provider of quantitative biomarker profiling services.
As artificial intelligence (AI) and medical imaging continue to transform clinical practice, radiologists-in-training can no longer take a passive role in the march toward this coming change.
The perennially popular Economics Forum at the American College of Radiology (ACR) 2018 Annual Meeting May 21 in Washington, DC, kept true to course with focal points on upholding fee-for-service payments, navigating the ongoing (yet manageable) evolution of the Medicare and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) and the Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA), as well as embracing population health-centered services.
Digital technologies open up a new world for medical care. Within hospitals, artificial intelligence (AI) is the driver for breakthrough radiological imagery, while interconnectivity provides doctors and hospital staff with seamless supervision of patient care. Outside hospitals, both AI and interconnectivity empower doctors to bring quality care to remote patients via telemedicine.
On-demand care is no longer limited to urgent care and the emergency room.