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Mr updates | May 21, 2019

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Today's value-focused healthcare models theorize that engaged patients not only are healthier and more satisfied but also may generate fewer costs than the non-engaged. Whether patient engagement translates to a healthy bottom line remains to be seen.


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HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

CareView Communications and HealthCare Support Address Healthcare Staffing Shortages

CareView Communications, Inc. | July 27, 2022

CareView Communications, Inc. an information technology provider to the healthcare industry, announced its recent partnership with HealthCare Support an Ingenovis Health company, and a national healthcare staffing platform providing a full range of customized hiring solutions across the United States. “This partnership will allow us to provide a comprehensive, fully-managed patient safety and virtual care solution for healthcare facilities currently experiencing staffing shortages. CareView is excited to pair our CareView Patient Safety System® with HSS’s staffing expertise to monitor patients remotely and provide much-needed staffing services. We look forward to collaborating with HSS in sharing our vision for patient safety and virtual care. With the present shortage of hospital personnel and the availability of adding additional staff being in short supply, we are hopeful that the marketplace will embrace a new form of virtual employees.” Steve Johnson, CareView’s CEO CareView Patient Safety System enabled virtual nursing workflows for admissions and discharges can help reduce labor costs, improve efficiency, decrease staff burden and burnout, and enhance patient engagement. The CareView Patient Safety System, including its patented Virtual Bed Rails® and Virtual Chair Rails®, uses predictive technology to differentiate between normal patient movements and behaviors of an at-risk patient. This results in fewer false alarms, quicker staff interventions, and a significant reduction in patient falls. Chris Abel, President of HealthCare Support, says, “This is a pivotal time for the healthcare industry. Our relationship with CareView creates new opportunities for healthcare providers to address their staffing needs with technology, talent, and proven expertise. With our shared focus and commitment to providing much-needed staffing solutions across the industry, we expect to obtain great results for CareView and its customers.” About CareView Communications, Inc. As a leader in turnkey patient video monitoring solutions, CareView is redefining the standard of patient safety in hospitals and healthcare facilities across the country. For over a decade, CareView has relentlessly pursued innovative ways to increase patient protection, providing next generation solutions that lower operational costs and foster a culture of safety among patient, staff and hospital leadership. With installations in more than 150 hospitals, CareView has proven that its innovative technology is creating a culture of patient safety where patient falls have decreased by 80% with sitter costs reduced by more than 65%. Anchored by the CareView Patient Safety System, this modular, scalable solution delivers flexible configurations to fit any facility while significantly increasing patient safety and operational savings. All configurations feature HD cameras, high-fidelity 2-way audio/video, LCD displays for the ultimate in capability, flexibility, and affordability. Corporate offices are located at 405 State Highway 121 Bypass, Suite B-240, Lewisville, TX 75067. About HealthCare Support HealthCare Support, an Ingenovis Health company, is a national recruitment firm providing clinical and non-clinical staffing solutions to top healthcare organizations. By aligning the skills, values, and goals of healthcare professionals to the clients that serve their communities, HealthCare Support provides full cycle support to both clients and talent. Founded in 2003, HealthCare Support was named in 2020 as the 8th Largest Allied Healthcare Staffing Firm in the U.S. by Staffing Industry Analysts. About Ingenovis Health Ingenovis Health is an ingenious new force in healthcare combining the power of industry-leading staffing firms and enhanced technology to advance delivery of critical healthcare clinicians to systems nationwide. Brands in the portfolio currently include trustaff, Fastaff Travel Nursing, U.S. Nursing Corporation, CardioSolution, Vista Staffing Solutions and HealthCare Support.

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HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

Osmind launches integrated virtual visits, expanding care options for in-demand mental health clinicians

Osmind | September 16, 2022

Osmind, the public benefit corporation helping clinicians and researchers advance life-saving mental health treatment, announced the launch of integrated Zoom Virtual Visits within its technology platform for mental health clinicians. Now clinicians can access both asynchronous and synchronous digital communication tools, all within the Osmind patient app. Virtual visits extend Osmind’s already integrated experience—between clinicians and patients—and generalist and specialist mental health clinicians, making it easier and safer to meet high patient demand. ”The future of mental health care requires omnichannel care where telehealth plays a role in a larger continuum of treatments. As clinicians, we have a professional obligation to only use telehealth platforms that are HIPAA-compliant. Zoom offers a strong product with powerful user experience over alternatives. We are thrilled to partner to offer their industry-leading solution.” Carlene MacMillan, MD and Vice President of Clinical Innovation at Osmind Osmind’s platform today fosters a therapeutic alliance between researchers, psychiatrists, mental healthcare specialists, and the patients they serve. With this launch, Osmind is expanding treatment options for mental health clinicians treating those vulnerable: people with moderate-to-severe mental health conditions, including patients with treatment-resistant depression and anxiety who may not have the ability to leave their homes to commute, or are geographically restricted from in-person visits. Clinicians and patients stay empowered through progress monitoring and journaling tools. This alliance is strengthened with virtual visits, allowing clinicians to create a virtual visit appointment, share that link with the patient, and launch the virtual visit directly from the Osmind app. With Osmind now a part of Zoom’s ISV Partner Program, clinicians can take advantage of Zoom’s secure, HIPAA-compliant video technology without needing to manage additional vendor overhead or requiring patients to install new technology on their phones or computers. The demand for psychiatric care in the U.S. is only growing. In 2019, 47.7% of adults with a serious mental illness reported an unmet need for mental health services in the previous year, according to the U.S. Department for Health and Human Services. “With the integration of Zoom technology and the Osmind EHR, we are together addressing a significant need in healthcare: clinics can now treat the most at-risk patients securely from where they’re most comfortable with a click of a button, revolutionizing access to care,” said Matt Cipolla, ISV Partner Account Manager, Zoom Video Communications. "We are proud to welcome Osmind into our ISV Partner Program to help transform the mental health landscape.” Clinicians need flexibility in service delivery to meet demand and expand access. Patients save time and money from not needing to commute. Clinicians, patients, and caregivers are additionally frequently already familiar with Zoom, making it seamless for parties to log in to their session. About Osmind Osmind is a San Francisco–based public benefit corporation led by scientists, technologists, and psychiatrists to advance new evidence-generating medicine that helps people living with moderate to severe mental health conditions.

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FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE

Verizon Business and Visionable expand connected healthcare partnership

Visionable and Verizon | September 22, 2022

Verizon Business and Visionable, a leading health technology company based in the U.K., announced that they are expanding their partnership which will enable both companies to work on a range of connected healthcare solutions, via Visionable’s patented technology powered by Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband and 5G Edge network, in the U.S. Verizon and Visionable are working together on a secure next-generation digital healthcare collaboration platform that enables healthcare professionals to access data, collaborate and share resources within the APAC and EMEA regions. The partnership seeks to address some of healthcare’s biggest challenges including connecting frontline responders to specialist doctors during emergencies and enabling access to community-led care for patients needing long-term support. “The healthcare industry generates a massive amount of data, but its ability to make good use of that data has long been hampered by network architectures that cannot handle it efficiently, securely, or cost-effectively. Through the combination of 5G and Edge computing, healthcare facilities and professionals will have access to secure near-real-time connectivity creating a new link between doctor and patient. As a result, illnesses could someday be diagnosed and treated more quickly, and medical costs could potentially decrease,” Scott Lawrence, Senior Vice President for Verizon Global Solutions Today’s announcement follows the launch of Visionable’s private-5G enabled Connected Healthcare Center in the U.K. in May. The center showcases the benefits of next-generation connectivity and collaboration across a patient’s care journey from urgent and emergency care to virtual wards to in-person care and rehabilitation, supported by Verizon private 5G. “Our partnership provides real-time connectivity and productivity, when and where it counts and costs. Together with Verizon, we endeavor to support our healthcare teams by enabling them to bring healthcare to the patient wherever they are,“ said Alan Lowe, CEO and Co-Founder of Visionable. This engagement is part of Verizon’s continued strategy to partner with customers, startups, universities, and large enterprises to explore how 5G can disrupt and transform nearly every industry. This includes Verizon’s strategic partnership with Emory Healthcare in Atlanta where Verizon is collaborating with Emory Healthcare to help spur the development of healthcare solutions powered by 5G Ultra Wideband. Today’s announcement builds on the company’s network-as-a-service foundation and supports its growing private networks, mobile edge compute and business solutions. About Visionable Visionable is a UK company that is helping make connected healthcare a reality in the UK and around the world. Driven by the belief that affordable, high-quality, timely healthcare is a basic human right that should be accessible to all, Visionable’s patented, real-time & multi-streaming technology enables critical remote decision-making by clinicians wherever they are located have created their own proprietary clinical collaboration platform. This enables the hospital to come to the patient and for healthcare teams to collaborate freely across multiple locations. Visionable is trusted by 25% of the top 100 UK hospitals, 100 more than 90 NHS organisations, 46 and 34 NHS Trusts., over 16,000 NHS staff. Visionable’ s specialist advisory board includes Lord Victor Adebowale, previous NHS board member, Mike Farrar, ex-NHS Chief Executive and leader of the North West England Strategic Authority and Dr Junaid Bajwa, practising physician and MSD’s Digital Accelerator’s Global Lead for Strategic Alliances. About Verizon Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) was formed on June 30, 2000 and is one of the world’s leading providers of technology and communications services. Headquartered in New York City and with a presence around the world, Verizon generated revenues of $133.6 billion in 2021. The company offers data, video and voice services and solutions on its award-winning networks and platforms, delivering on customers’ demand for mobility, reliable network connectivity, security and control.

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HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

KAID Health Technology Demonstrates the Value of Natural Language Processing to Improve Preoperative Care

KAID Health | August 02, 2022

KAID Health, an AI-powered health care data analysis and provider engagement platform, announced the results of a study that validates the potential utility of its Natural Language Processing technology to improve provider efficiency and care quality. The peer-reviewed “doctor vs. artificial intelligence” paper found that KAID Health’s NLP technology greatly aligned with the clinician reviewers in completing a pre-operative checklist, and further was able to identify 16.6% of instances where the presence or absence of a specific condition was not found by the anesthesiologist. The research study was undertaken at UCSD’s Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Perioperative Informatics. The authors of the manuscript were Harrison S. Suh, BS, Jeffrey L. Tully, MD, Minhthy N. Meineke, MD, Ruth S. Waterman, MD, MS, and Rodney A. Gabriel, MD, MAS. “We have demonstrated that NLP technology can help identify critical medical conditions relevant to preanesthetic evaluation. Key to this was KAID Health’s ability to utilize unstructured free-text input from the electronic medical record to flag critical medical conditions for anesthesiologists,” researcher and senior author Dr. Rodney Gabriel explained. “This research shows that NLP may be a useful tool to aid preoperative anesthesia providers in screening and evaluation of surgical patients.” For each of the 93 patients in the study, researchers collected all pertinent free-text notes from the EMR. The free-text notes were then processed by a Named Entity Recognition pipeline, which incorporated an NLP machine learning model developed by KAID Health. The model recognizes and labels spans of text that correspond to medical concepts. Medical concepts were then mapped to a list of medical conditions that were of interest for a preanesthesia evaluation. The most common conditions that the NLP pipeline captured that the anesthesiologist did not include cardiac arrhythmias, angina, anticoagulation, peripheral vascular disease, obstructive sleep apnea, and neuromuscular disease. “We are proud that leading academic institutions, such as UCSD, are partnering with KAID to ensure our NLP and AI models meet the demanding accuracy and usability standards required of the industry. KAID Health’s NLP technology played a vital role in this study in identifying pertinent preanesthesia history to optimize efficiency for anesthesiologists. Our model demonstrated that NLP holds the potential to reduce clinician workloads, improve profitability, and, most importantly, make surgery safer.” Kevin Agatstein, CEO of KAID Health The International Anesthesia Research Society published the study, “Identification of Preanesthetic History Elements by a Natural Language Processing Engine,” in its journal, Anesthesia & Analgesia, one of the leading anesthesiology journals in the world. About KAID Health KAID Health makes care delivery more efficient, effective, and profitable for providers and their payers and Accountable Care Organization partners. Its Whole Chart Analysis platform extracts all relevant data from electronic medical records, including structured data and text, using artificial intelligence and natural language processing. The solution identifies the patient care interventions needed for providers to achieve their clinical, financial, or operational objectives. In parallel, KAID Health extends to payers a comprehensive view of members’ health by combining claims and EMR data. Today, KAID Health’s technology is used by leading providers, health systems, academic medical centers, and payers to automate a variety of workflows, including coding accuracy, quality measurement, prior authorization support, and pre-operative assessment. The company was founded by a veteran team of healthcare information technology and population health innovators. It is based in Boston, MA.

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Today's value-focused healthcare models theorize that engaged patients not only are healthier and more satisfied but also may generate fewer costs than the non-engaged. Whether patient engagement translates to a healthy bottom line remains to be seen.

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