Members in the News – December 2019

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Members in the News – December 2019

Crossix announced that it recently expanded its health data network, which reinforces its commitment to building the largest privacy-safe connected patient data network for life sciences.

Doximity, the professional medical network for physicians, released its 2019 U.S. Physician Employment Report, which analyzed growth in the physician marketplace by geographic location, medical speciality, and compensation. The study showed a 5% increase in job opportunities for physicians in the U.S. since 2018. In addition, family and internal medicine physicians were in greatest demand among specialists. The need for doctors is spread widely across the country, with El Paso, Texas and Miami, Fla. topping the list. Read additional findings in the full report here.

Dr. Neil Paulvin will be hosting Optimized 2020, an event on January 30th that will present the newest tips and technology on how to maximize all aspects of your health. The event includes great speakers’ take about Biohacking, Wearables, remote health monitoring and how to maximize brain health. Click here to register.

Dr. Sophia Ononye was featured as a guest on the PharmaVoice Woman of the Week podcast. She also covered the 2019 Collaborating for Novel Solutions (CNS) Summit in Boca Raton, Florida and her comprehensive coverage report can be found here.

GoMo Health has released a brand new white paper about the effects of sleep on chronic conditions like diabetes, cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Download here

Healthcare Marketing Society of NY (HPRMS) is hosting an event, Digital Marketing: New trends in Hospitals and Healthcare Campaigns, on Wednesday, January 15, 8:30-10:30 am, at Lenox Hill Greenwich Village; located at 30 7th Ave. Confirmed speakers include: Joe Leston, VP, Marketing Services, Northwell, Hope Harris, Social Media Manager, Montefiore Health System, Stacey l. Kratz, Digital and Social Media Manager, Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation, Dan Small,  Director of Digital Strategy, Hartford Healthcare, Sam Michaelson, CEO Give Blocks. Click here to learn more and register.

KognitoPCMag.com recently published a new article that explores how Kognito’s simulation training solutions blend psychology, role-playing game theory, and artificial intelligence to help healthcare professionals develop conversation skills that can potentially save lives. Access the article, which includes insights from Kognito co-founder and CEO Ron Goldman, here.

Liberate Health, working with global partner AlphaMD, has achieved a first critical milestone in UK for penetrating NHS gaining ORCHA accreditation. ORCHA is the NHS mechanism for filtering health apps enabling selection of the top performing apps to gain targeted health population traction.

PatientPoint® has named healthcare industry veteran Charlie Greenberg as SVP, Campaign Quality and Compliance. In his new role, Greenberg will oversee audits and lead PatientPoint efforts to earn Point of Care Communication Council (PoC3) certification in 2020. The patient engagement leader also recently announced that the rapidly growing American Oncology Network has selected PatientPoint solutions to power patient engagement within its community oncology practices nationwide.

PulsePoint’s SVP of People, Tom Morselli, shares the process his team went through before introducing new benefits. He recommends avoiding the one size fits all strategy and instead creating an intentional, personalized benefits plan that matches your unique organizational culture.

V2MD by MediSprout, Dr. Samant Virk is Founder & CEO of MediSprout, a telemedicine company focused on connecting doctors with their patients using simple and secure two-way video communication. Read about Dr. Virk’s predictions for what 2020 will bring in the field of health IT as featured in HealthIT Outcomes.