• Redesigning Care Management for Medically Complex Children

    Children with medical complexity make up less than 1% of children in the United States, but they represent 56% of hospitalized pediatric patients and 82% of hospital days in children’s hospitals. Children with medical complexity represent just 5% to 6% of children covered under Medicaid, but they account for approximately one third of Medicaid expenditures on pediatric patients.

  • CMOs Predict Widespread Artificial Intelligence Uptake in 2024

    President Joe Biden recently made an executive order on AI to promote the safe, secure, and trustworthy use of the technology. While the executive order did not provide details on healthcare guidelines for AI, healthcare executives expressed cautious optimism about the government’s approach to the technology.

  • PSQH: The Podcast Episode 93 – Improving the Recruitment and Retention of Nurses

    On episode 93 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Hilton Hudson, a cardiothoracic surgeon and CEO of HPC International, talks about the need to improve the recruitment and retention of nurses.

  • Using RTLS Tech to Improve Workflows, Patient Care

    At Aurora Health Care, a Milwaukee-based health system encompassing 26 hospitals and more than 600 other care sites, leadership decided to incorporate an RTLS platform into new clinic construction. With that technology in place, the health system has been able to boost patient visits and streamline provider and staff workflows so that patients spend as little time as possible waiting around.

  • Are Ingestible Sensors Making a Comeback?

    The study, published in Device, gives new value to a digital health form factor that has seen its share of ups and downs, but could prove valuable in remote patient monitoring programs for a wide variety of health conditions.