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Category Archives: Friday Five

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June 23, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, June 19-23

Consumer interest in virtual healthcare is growing, the connection between blue light exposure and sleep problems, and more. 1. WebMd reports that a growing number of physicians and researchers are concerned […]

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June 16, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, June 12-16

Healthcare leaders weigh in on the future of precision medicine, takeaways from HHS’s cybersecurity report, and more. 1. A new study has found that two billion people around the world […]

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June 9, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, June 5-9

This week in population health and technology news: Apple unveils enhanced fitness features for watchOS4, why healthcare cybersecruity is in critical condition and more. 1. According to a new report […]

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June 2, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, May 30–June 2

The healthcare API marketplace is on track for rapid growth, how video technology is changing healthcare around the world, and more. 1. According to a new report by Transparency Market […]

May 26, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, May 22-26

How the IoMT is revolutionizing senior care, the increasing ROI of telemedicine programs, and more. 1. According to HIStalk, a survey conducted by Reach Health found that telemedicine services at […]

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May 19, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, May 15-19

The link between geography and cardiovascular disease, what employers need to know about fitness trackers and more. 1. In the most recent round of malware attacks, more than 3000,000 computers […]

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May 12, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, May 8-12

The link between where you live and cancer risk, why more urgent care providers are offering telemedicine services, and more. 1. Where you live may play a role in your […]

May 5, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, May 1-5

Leveraging analytics to reduce healthcare costs, how vitamin D and exercise can reduce the risk of heart disease,  and more. 1. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT […]

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April 28, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, April 24-28

New ways population health tools can help manage infectious diseases, Trump appoints a nurse to serve as acting surgeon general and more. 1. The Trump administration has appointed Rear Adm. […]

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April 21, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, April 17-21

Identifying stroke symptoms with wearables, a simple way to reduce cancer risk and more. 1. A new study supports growing evidence that taking a daily, low-dose aspirin can prevent some […]

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April 14, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, April 10-14

The impact of artificial intelligence on population health, a trans fat ban reduces heart attack and strokes, and more. 1. Becker’s Hospital Review highlights a new study that suggests diabetes causes […]

April 7, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, April 4-7

How PHM programs can slash disability spending, what you need to know about the new ONC chief, and more. 1. Mobi Health News shares findings from a new HIMSS Analytics study […]

March 31, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, March 27-31

How health plans can leverage technology to close care gaps, why costly doctors don’t provide better care and more. 1. In today’s uncertain healthcare marketplace, many health plans are struggling […]

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March 17, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, March 13-17

Living with Type 2 diabetes, the next CMS Administrator is confirmed, and more. 1. On Monday, the Senate confirmed Seema Verma as the next Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services […]

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March 10, 2017

The Friday Five: Population Health News, March 6-10

What you need to know about The American Health Care Act, the link between cardiometabolic-related deaths and a poor diet, and more. 1. A new Research and Markets report predicts […]

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