32: How AI could threaten the privacy of patient health data
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2M ago
With its ability to scan and analyze large quantities of data, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize medical research. But how do we balance that promise with peoples’ rights to keep their health information private and secure? Matt Hollingsworth, co-founder of Carta Healthcare, has been immersed in AI for most of his professional life. In this episode of Off the Chart he explains how AI’s growing use threatens data privacy and what can be done about it ..read more
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31: Is too much regulation stifling medical innovation?
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by Medical Economics
6M ago
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30: How scientific denialism undermines public health
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by Medical Economics
1y ago
Scott Rivkees, M.D., former head of the Florida Department of Public Health, describes how distrust of scientific expertise is undercutting state and local laws designed to improve public health ..read more
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29: It's not just money: why disparities in access to health care have been growing
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by Medical Economics
1y ago
Why do Black and Hispanic people find it harder to access medical care than whites? Income inequality is a significant reason, but a recent study finds that people of color also encounter more non-financial barriers to care than whites. Cesar Caraballo, MD, the study’s lead author and a postdoctoral associate at the Yale School of Medicine, joins Off the Chart to explore its findings in more detail, and explain why disparities in care access have been growing worse ..read more
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25: How Humana is using a value-based program to transform health care for
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by Medical Economics
2y ago
Vivek Garg, MD, chief medical officer and senior vice president for primary care with Humana, explains how the company has integrated based payments at its CenterWell Senior Primary Care facilities to improve outcomes and reduce costs ..read more
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24: Helping Ukraine: One doctor's efforts to provide medical supplies
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2y ago
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23: How clinicians in two states are using health information exchanges to send and receive patient social health data
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2y ago
Jaime Bland, DNP, RN, CEO of CyncHealth, explains how doctors in Nebraska and Iowa now are able to exchange certain types of social health data on their states' HIEs, and what it could mean for improving patient outcomes.   ..read more
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22: How PCPs can help patients lower risks of cardiovascular disease caused by air pollution
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by Medical Economics
2y ago
 Sanjay Rajagopalan, M.D., the Herman K. Hellerstein, MD, chair in cardiovascular research at University Hospitals, Cleveland, discusses the  evidence linking pollution to cardiovascular disease and strategies doctors can use for disease prevention.  ..read more
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21: What is the Information Blocking Rule, and what does it mean for doctors and patients?
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2y ago
The Information Blocking Rule, which took effect in April 2021, was supposed to make it easier for Americans to get access to their health data. But many still find the process time-consuming and expensive. Deven McGraw, co-founder of the health data platform Ciitizen, sits down with Medical Economics to explain why, and why it matters to doctors.  ..read more
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20: Vaccine mandates: The Do's and Don'ts for Medical Practices
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2y ago
How can medical practices reduce the chance of employees resisting, or successfully suing over, vaccine mandates? Attorney Michelle Goldberg explains.  ..read more
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