Health Technology

Reimaging Data Governance for a HealthcareEcosystem

September 5, 2022

Reimaging Data

Across all industries, and particularly in healthcare, companies are looking to tap into their data assets and drive intelligent decision making across the organization.

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Smile Brands Inc.

Smile Brands Inc. is the largest provider of support services to general and multi-specialty dental groups in the United States based on number of dental offices. We provide comprehensive business support services, non-clinical personnel, facilities and equipment through our exclusive long term agreements with affiliated dental groups. Our services support more than 1,100 dentists and hygienists practicing in over 300 offices nationally. Our consumer-driven retail model is guided by the principle: “Smiles for Everyone”. This model attracts patients to affiliated dental groups by combining strong, recognizable brands, highly visible retail locations and extended office hours with affordable and comprehensive dental care. Utilizing our model, dentists spend more time caring for their patients and less time on the administrative, marketing and financial aspects of the dental practice, while benefiting from a lower cost structure.

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In collaboration with Duke Kunshan University GlobalHealth Research Center

whitePaper | November 15, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerabilities of global and national health systems. Already-struggling healthcare systems have shifted their resources to the pandemic response

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2023 Healthcare Trends in Emerging Markets: A Look Ahead

whitePaper | January 14, 2023

After being hit the hardest by the pandemic, many emerging market stakeholders are now looking for impactful, long-term partnerships with global healthcare companies that add real value to local populations.

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Rethinking Indicators of Project Success in Healthcare

whitePaper | March 4, 2020

Health leaders must understand the benefits of their investments in performance improvement projects and the impact on the organization. The traditional approach is most often to measure ROI (return on investment) and, while clearly measurable, is most often related to cost savings or increased revenue and can leave you with an incomplete story. Incorporating VOI (value on investment) enables you to quantify the intangible benefits of your projects and activities making the combination of the two a more robust indicator of project success.

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Test Resource

whitePaper | May 18, 2021

Test Resource The criteria of patient satisfaction have changed dramatically. The priority of your healthcare business is to provide patients the right treatment. But nowadays, you cannot excel in your service

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Future proofing healthcare against pandemics and climate change

whitePaper | February 10, 2023

As a local response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) established the UAB COVID-19 Collaborative Outcomes Research Enterprise (CORE), an institutional learning health system (LHS) to achieve an integrated health services outcomes and research response.

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Personalizing Radiotherapy in Oncology: The Evolution of Treatment

whitePaper | January 9, 2020

Radiation therapy is one of the most common treatments used to fight cancer in the U.S., with more than half of cancer patients receiving it either alone or in combination with other medical interventions.1 With the traditional approach to radiation therapy, the dose and schedule is tailored to the tumor type, location, and stage of growth, but only infrequently updated in light of changes after treatment starts. Experts in adaptive therapy are looking to deliver a more personalized treatment strategy guided by the individual patient’s needs.

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Spotlight

Smile Brands Inc.

Smile Brands Inc. is the largest provider of support services to general and multi-specialty dental groups in the United States based on number of dental offices. We provide comprehensive business support services, non-clinical personnel, facilities and equipment through our exclusive long term agreements with affiliated dental groups. Our services support more than 1,100 dentists and hygienists practicing in over 300 offices nationally. Our consumer-driven retail model is guided by the principle: “Smiles for Everyone”. This model attracts patients to affiliated dental groups by combining strong, recognizable brands, highly visible retail locations and extended office hours with affordable and comprehensive dental care. Utilizing our model, dentists spend more time caring for their patients and less time on the administrative, marketing and financial aspects of the dental practice, while benefiting from a lower cost structure.

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