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Eden Futures provides high quality, person centred care, support and enablement for people with disabilities and support needs. We develop services around the individual at all stages of their care pathway from treatment and support under the Mental Health Act, on discharge from hospital under a CTO, to outreach support in the community and supported living.

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Opum | October 21, 2021

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Medical device and AI company OPUM has partnered with Habit Health, New Zealand’s largest integrated health, fitness and physiotherapy rehabilitation provider, to improve patient outcomes. Habit Health will use OPUM’s expertise to support and optimize clinical decision making while delivering cost efficiencies over the course of patients’ care journeys.OPUM’s partnership with Habit Health leverages OPUM LabTM predictive AI models to guide recovery from injury and progr...

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HUMANA, NQF ARGUE COVID-19 SPOTLIGHTS NEED FOR POPULATION HEALTH EVOLUTION

Humana, NQF | April 22, 2020

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The COVID-19 pandemic is putting a spotlight on why it’s critical for population-based models to consider the impacts of patients’ social needs, experts say. William Shrank, M.D., chief medical officer at Humana, and Shantanu Agrawal, M.D., CEO of the National Quality Forum, co-authored an analysis this week that argues social risks should be weighed alongside clinical risks in population-based payment models. Shrank said that the coronavirus pandemic is further highlighting the impa...

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GOOGLE MAKES COVID-19 DATASETS FREELY AVAILABLE TO RESEARCHERS

Healthitanalytics | March 30, 2020

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Google is offering researchers free access to critical coronavirus information through its COVID-19 Public Dataset Program, which will help accelerate analytics solutions during the global pandemic. The program will make a hosted repository of public datasets free to access and query, including the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE) dashboard, Global Health Data from the World Bank, and OpenStreetMap data. Researchers will also be able to use BigQuery ML to train...

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HealthTech Magazine | January 31, 2020

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In an effort to streamline business processes, more CIOs are turning to robotic process automation, or RPA. KPMG estimates the value of the global IT robotic automation market to reach roughly $5 billion this year. The technology shows great potential to save companies time and money by performing repetitive, routine tasks at a quicker pace. Still, despite its maturing process and growing number of use cases — which include updating electronic medical records, simplifying claims processing...

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OPUM AI PLATFORM TO OPTIMIZE KNEE CARE FOR HABIT HEALTH PATIENTS

Opum | October 21, 2021

Medical device and AI company OPUM has partnered with Habit Health, New Zealand’s largest integrated health, fitness and physiotherapy rehabilitation provider, to improve patient outcomes. Habit Health will use OPUM’s expertise to support and optimize clinical decision making while delivering cost efficiencies over the course of patients’ care journeys.OPUM’s partnership with Habit Health leverages OPUM LabTM predictive AI models to guide recovery from injury and progr...

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HUMANA, NQF ARGUE COVID-19 SPOTLIGHTS NEED FOR POPULATION HEALTH EVOLUTION

Humana, NQF | April 22, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting a spotlight on why it’s critical for population-based models to consider the impacts of patients’ social needs, experts say. William Shrank, M.D., chief medical officer at Humana, and Shantanu Agrawal, M.D., CEO of the National Quality Forum, co-authored an analysis this week that argues social risks should be weighed alongside clinical risks in population-based payment models. Shrank said that the coronavirus pandemic is further highlighting the impa...

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GOOGLE MAKES COVID-19 DATASETS FREELY AVAILABLE TO RESEARCHERS

Healthitanalytics | March 30, 2020

Google is offering researchers free access to critical coronavirus information through its COVID-19 Public Dataset Program, which will help accelerate analytics solutions during the global pandemic. The program will make a hosted repository of public datasets free to access and query, including the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE) dashboard, Global Health Data from the World Bank, and OpenStreetMap data. Researchers will also be able to use BigQuery ML to train...

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WHAT DOES ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION LOOK LIKE IN HEALTHCARE?

HealthTech Magazine | January 31, 2020

In an effort to streamline business processes, more CIOs are turning to robotic process automation, or RPA. KPMG estimates the value of the global IT robotic automation market to reach roughly $5 billion this year. The technology shows great potential to save companies time and money by performing repetitive, routine tasks at a quicker pace. Still, despite its maturing process and growing number of use cases — which include updating electronic medical records, simplifying claims processing...

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