Did you know that we are giving away a car on May 4th to the small business who designs the best innovation prototype as part of the G2Xchange Health challenge? To be specific – a cool car. An electric hybrid Chevy Volt. Announced today, here is the list of small Federal Health IT groups vying to win this new ride. Challenge nominations were reviewed, evaluated and selected by a team of former Federal and current Health IT industry executives.
Now imagine an algorithm that takes into consideration the vast amount of information available through social media, clinical trials and historical drug recall information and predicts if a new drug has the probability of being recalled. Having this ability to foresee and predict patterns in the drugs being recalled can be a very useful tool in the drug approval process for everybody involved from the FDA to the pharmaceutical companies, right down to the consumers.
IES relieves managers, statisticians, and analysts from time-consuming error rate calculations, which could end up with mistakes and overturns on fraud recovery cases.
An effective DBT program requires significant levels of coordination, data collection, and educational and training resources. By leveraging advances in software automation and mobile technology, we are developing a service-oriented-architecture for the creation, deployment, and administration of DBT programs.
This program will combine web and mobile applications with best practices in current DBT methodologies to produce a resource that is transferable into a range of settings including adolescent care, drug addiction treatment, and PTSD.
NS3 is focused on patient and syndromic surveillance statistics that do not contain HIPPAA or other personally identifiable patient information (PII). This enables NS3 to be implemented quicker and with less regulatory constraints than might be associated with a traditional electronic health record (EHR) system.