In this interview with Mabel Jong at the 7th World Health Care Congress, Dr. Moeller discusses the challenges of accurate coding for new tests and the need for standard decision protocols. In addition, he suggests that making information about innovations available to patients can lead to better outcomes because patients can be more involved in their own care decisions.
Archive for May, 2010
In this interview, Matt Zubiller argues that providers need tools to help them obtain and assimilate relevant information to make better test selection decisions, especially as hundreds of new tests make their way to the market each year.
In this article, Jim Hardy advocates making better, smarter use of the Web to provide individuals with personalized information to manage chronic diseases and optimize their health status.
In this interview by Mabel Jong at the 7th World Health Care Congress, Dr. Rizk defines and discusses precision medicine with particular attention to the impact of the economic environment on the development and use of these tools. He also discusses the need for new payment models to encourage more appropriate care, better care coordination and ultimately better health for patients.
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Jim Hardy discusses the need for a single, reliable, online healthcare information resource focused on the individual.