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Automating ‘high level’ healthcare tasks can create high value savings

Busakorn Pongparnit/Getty Images With the recent influx of data across the healthcare industry, the time to fully implement artificial intelligence and machine learning is now, according to Brandon Sim, the chief technology officer and chief operating officer at ApolloMed, a tech-powered healthcare management company “Especially because recent CMS regulations are going to force electronic health… Read More »

High rates of starting and staying on PrEP in pregnant South African women, despite barriers

High initiation and persistence on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) has been documented in pregnant women in Cape Town, South Africa, with 91% of those offered PrEP starting it and nearly half of those continuing to take PrEP six months later. While women who had given birth and those reporting side effects were less likely to stay… Read More »

High protein diet without dairy

A lot of simple, sophisticated, delicious recipes, both for every day and diet the holidays! Try this recipe: Matcha Chia Pudding. This protein amazing high there is no way I could ever eat the without thing for 7 days in a row. Very true! There are lots of nightshades being used in these recipes! We… Read More »

High fat diet key to healthy skin

These days she can be found at her clinic treating her patients, with her nose in a pile of notes she co-authors journal articles or even lecturing in Cosmetic Science at the University of the Arts, London. MORE: 9 superfoods for glowing skin. Now that her indoor tanning days are behind her, Dr Williams makes… Read More »

The Latest: US hits new high for 7-day avg with 86,352 cases

The United States has set another record for daily confirmed coronavirus cases as several states posted all-time highs Wednesday, underscoring the vexing issue confronting the winner of the presidential race. Public health experts fear potentially dire consequences, at least in the short term. Daily new confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. have surged 45% over… Read More »