The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT which introduced The Certified Health IT Product List Data Challenge in the last week, has initiated a contest for innovative ideas that highlights how its vast and meticulous specs can enhance service to hospitals and health systems.
There will be a total of twenty-four education categories/topics, which includes five new topics namely consumerization of health, grand societal challenges, healthy aging and technology, population and public health management as well as supply chain management.
The new business with unique data-driven capabilities will work as a private healthcare IT company with a big impact in the health sector by reducing waste and improving quality outcomes and affordability as well as offering opportunities to create substantial value for clients.
According to 94% of physicians and 90% of hospitals in the survey, reports suggest that mobile technology in the healthcare sector is enhancing patients' safety and results. On the other hand, 63% reported ongoing challenges with a buy-in of general mobile adoption strategies and related enterprise technology execution
Chronic diseases and health conditions are often incurable and can adversely impact the longevity and quality of a person’s life if not managed actively. The wide prevalence of these conditions along with the fact that they are often preventable and frequently manageable with early detection and with the right health practices, calls for more focus on empowering patients in ongoing self-care.
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