Top Sector HTSM Healthcare roadmap 2018

November 30, 2018

Health and healthcare systems will face a huge challenge in providing the same level of services, in an appropriate, efficient and cost-effective way, to a rapidly growing and aging population. Global healthcare expenditure is currently estimated a USD7.6 trillion and its growth will continue greater than the GDP, reaching double the rate in some countries. By 2030, world population will increase by 1.3 billion, the middle class by 3 billion.
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Influenza (FLU) Vaccine

whitePaper | September 13, 2016

Immunization protects you from disease. Get protected, get immunized. Vaccines make your immune system stronger by building antibodies, which help prevent diseases. Immunization is very safe. It’s much safer to get immunized than to get this disease. Influenza vaccine is recommended for all Albertans 6 months and older. Everyone is at risk of influenza, and anyone can get very sick and develop complications. However, the risk is highest if you: have some types of health problems (e.g., heart/lung conditions, diabetes, weak immune system and others), live in a care facility, are 65 years or older, are a child under 5 years old, are pregnant, are Indigenous. It’s very important for the above people and their close contacts (e.g., family, caregivers, healthcare providers) to get immunized every season.

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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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Medical Billing Denials Are Avoidable: How to Help Prevent the Top 5

whitePaper | March 17, 2017

The formal definition of a medical billing denial is the refusal of an insurance company or carrier to honor a request by an individual or his or her provider to pay for healthcare services obtained from a healthcare professional.

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Supporting Better Care Fund resubmissions

whitePaper | August 28, 2014

Use best available data to understand population needs quantitatively as well as qualitatively, making use of risk stratification and segmentation. Create evidence based plans by understanding the right evidencebacked interventions for segments of the populations with expected impact, timing and cost. Outcomes should be selected to crystalise the goals the HWBB sets for the population; they should be stretching but achievable based on impact modelling informed by the evidence based and understanding of the population needs.

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Protecting Healthcare Software

whitePaper | December 12, 2018

For decades medical devices have been standalone instruments that interacted only with the patient or medical provider. The advent of technological innovations including miniaturization, low power computation, and wireless technologies has created a new paradigm in the healthcare industry: the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). These devices can now connect to a variety of systems, networks, and other tools within a healthcare delivery organization, enabling higher quality patient care, streamlined operations and improved cost efficiencies.

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Digital Health in Pharma – Exploring the Potential Impact

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Pharmaceutical companies can leverage patient-generated data from digital health devices to help improve strategies and efficiencies around subject recruitment, remote patient monitoring, post-marketing research, and patient communities…

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