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Photo credit   Hello everyone,    Here's an article on the Emerging Leaders in Healthcare: Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic erupted, people have been practicing the new normal way of life and healthcare leaders are now focusing new ways to reprioritize our healthcare systems to meet a wide range of complex challenges that will endure far beyond the pandemic. Jan Kimpen, Chief Medical Officer- Royal...
As Amazon Care was launched to its employees, people were expecting it to expand this to more users and Amazon will venture and fully immersed on the healthcare industry. The program provided telehealth and in-person services to their employees in Seattle area,  which eventually expanded to other states. It then went into partnerships with several organizations such as TrueBlue, Silicon Labs, Precor and Whole Foods Market.  Over the...
Photo credit   The need for reform in healthcare is not only limited to the health industry. Even other industries such as technology have pivoted to invest more in infrastructure that supports the advancement of health such as gadgets or applications that monitor and give analytics to people’s health. Here are the big names in tech that are gearing to the healthcare space. Amazon Healthcare Amazon’s leverage on...
Nursing can be a hectic, fast-paced job. That’s why nurses need the right tools at their fingertips. Studies show that  nurses can use apps  to improve accuracy, increase efficiency, and enhance productivity on the job. Apps can aid in time management, patient monitoring, and evidence-based decision-making. #1 - Drugs.com Medication Guide Worrying over medication errors  can keep nurses up at night. But nurses...