Members in the News – June 2018

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Members in the News – June 2018

Columbia University, Columbia University’s Certification of Professional Achievement in Health IT provides practical breadth training to accelerate your career with expert Health IT knowledge and skills. While intense and immersive, this graduate level program is intentionally designed to support busy working professionals and employs a unique blend of online and in-person learning.

Crossix is recruiting for a VP, Product Strategy and an Analytics Services Director. Click here for a full listing of current job opportunities.

EIR Healthcare, CEO Grant Geiger talked to Health Professional Radio about the impact of building modular hospital rooms in the U.S. and how it immensely decreases time and money spent when building hospitals. 

Fit4D, CEO David Weingard, recently spoke with Dr. Harry M. Paraison for DH/Perfil Latino TV Inc, discussing the growth of diabetes within the Latino and Hispanic community. David was also announced as Diabetes Champion in June’s issue of Diabetes Self-Management Magazine. He also gave his top exercise tips to help cyclists with diabetes prepare for the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure.

GoMo Health, in partnership with Brother OmniJoin, discusses rural population health management and engagement issues in Becker’s Hospital Review. Healthcare organizations in rural areas are finding video-based telehealth services integrated with a mobile-focused population health management strategy “shortens” geographical distances while cost-effectively expanding access and improving engagement and outcomes.

HealthSapiens, Founder and CEO Karim Babay was the Chairman of the Blockchain in Healthcare Canada conference, held in Toronto.

PatientPoint, PatientPoint has received 14 Hermes Creative Awards for creative excellence. Content from two PatientPoint Programs—PatientPoint Communicate and PatientPoint Customize—won six Platinum, seven Gold and one Honorable Mention awards. The organization also recently announced a partnership with the American Lung Association to distribute lung disease education in primary care in oncology practices via digital waiting room screens, interactive exam room touchscreens and comprehensive lung cancer print resource guides. The patient engagement leader also recently collaborated with partner the National Breast Cancer Foundation on a comprehensive metastatic breast cancer print resource guide.

PulsePoint published a new article on “Native Health Advertising 101” that provided a practical “how to” for health marketers, with findings on how native ads are more powerful forms of brand marketing than display ads.

Saama Technologies launched Deep Learning Intelligent Assistant at AI Innovation Summit this month in addition to welcoming Dr. Ajit Shetty, the innovative chairman behind Janssen Pharmaceutical’s global transformation, to their board of directorsand Dr. Behdi Benchoufi, clinical epidemiologist, mathematician, open science and blockchain enthusiast, to their advisory board.

TeloChain published a new blog post, Can a Technology Platform Improve Recruitment for Your Pragmatic Study? that examines how pragmatic studies—even if not randomized—have a lot to teach us about how treatments work in the messy real world, if you attend to 3 P’s: Protocol, People and Platform. 

TriNetX™ announced the availability of TriNetX Research™, a suite of analytics solutions to leverage real-world health data when conducting observational and outcomes research. Manfred Stapff, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer, presentedposters on stroke prevention and on diabetes treatment at the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 2018 annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.