Lessons Learned and What Comes Next in Improving Patient Outcomes and Cost of Care


Opioid overuse and addiction continue to contribute significantly to health issues of the nations population and to the increased cost of healthcare, making it even more vital for providers to optimally prescribe for and monitor, in the safest manner, their patients using opioid drugs.The role of clinical laboratories in developing improvements within the continuum of care for this national health crisis is key. The lab can serve a facilitative and collaborative role by helping providers better understand drug test ordering and correct interpretation, and can add tangible value by simplifying and automating delivery of straightforward and actionable information to providers.
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Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industry Business Licensing

From manufacturing to retail distribution, the pharmaceutical industry is heavily regulated. These regulations come at both the federal and state level, with requirements often varying considerably from state-to-state.
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Leverage a Data Lakehouse to Drive Incremental Value and Quick Wins

Healthcare organizations are chasing important goals: reduce costs, improve data security, deliver more equitable patient outcomes, and empower decision-making across the organization through the compliant democratization of data.
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Enabling Nurse-led Specialized Virtual Care in the Home at Stanford Health Care

Stanford Health Care Nursing Administration and the Stanford Medicine Catalyst team partnered with PocketRN, a virtual nursing platform, to enable Stanford nurses who were working part time.
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Lung cancer alliance


Manage the most common symptoms and side effects of lung cancer and its treatment with discussion and tips from leading experts, patients currently coping with side effects and other medical professionals.This series features four webinars, each focusing on a common side effect or symptom of lung cancer and its treatment. Spend 45 minutes with knowledgeable speakers presenting a variety of perspectives, guidance and information on a session topic. The last 15 minutes are devoted to answering participant questions.
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