Application of Machine Learning in Healthcare

Cancer has been characterized as a heterogeneous disease consisting of many different subtypes. The early diagnosis and prognosis of a cancer type have become a necessity in cancer research, as it can facilitate the subsequent clinical management of patients. In this webinar, we'll discuss the Application MachineLearning especially Support Vector Machines in Cancer Detection.
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Optimizing Operations for Success in Value-Based Care

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Healthcare is in a state of constant change. With the high rate of regulatory change, industry consolidation and new business models for care delivery, forward-thinking healthcare organizations are focused on promoting innovation across all aspects of their operations. Leading organizations are embracing technology to increase flexibility, grow quickly and improve agility so they can continue to be successful in a constantly evolving environment.
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Exploring the Utilization of Security Tools in a Complex Healthcare System

Webinar Wednesday would like to thank our sponsor HSS. For more than 35 years, HSS provided comprehensive medical equipment support services to health care facilities across the nation.
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Patient Experience Beyond HCAHPS: The Rewards of Care Coordination

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Improved care coordination pays off for clinicians on the ground since it improves communication and streamlines processes. But it can also play a major role in creating a more positive patient experience. Learn from experts in the field who've seen first-hand how their efforts at care coordination have led to better patient experience survey scores and outcomes. They'll offer an overview of replicable initiatives and the benchmarks to look for when crafting your own plans for better care coordination.
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General X-Ray and Portable Introduction/ REACTS Remote Service

Webinar Wednesday would like to thank our sponsor AllParts Medical. AllParts Medical provides OEM replacement, Dunlee and Philips parts from its 158,000 square foot facilities in Nashville, TN.
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