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Avoid the Clutter to Maximize Resources, Part 2

Posted August 10, 2017 with 0 comments

With so much immediate data available at our fingertips, how do we avoid information overload? How do we avoid human freeze up so we can maximize resources and achieve more ideal outcomes? 

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The Benefits of Incorporating AI Into Your Business

Posted July 27, 2017 with 0 comments

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is fundamentally transforming the healthcare world and everything in it. And we’re not just talking in medical diagnosing and treatment, but in insurance and benefits management as well.  

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A Diagnostic Divide: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Posted July 12, 2017 with 0 comments

As computer learning technology continues to advance and uncover new opportunities across multiple industries, applications in healthcare and medical diagnostics have remained top of mind. Thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI), computers can now recognize and identify certain health problems that doctors can’t always see. For that reason, scientists believe that AI can and will be used to make a positive impact on the accuracy, speed, and intrusiveness of current diagnostic procedures.

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The Right Fit Is All In The Genes

Posted June 15, 2017 with 0 comments

According to a study conducted by Willis Towers Watson, employers are currently “moving away from one-size-fits-all health benefits to providing employees with more options to choose from so their individual needs can be met.” With this trend in mind, it’s important for insurance consultants and brokers to expand their knowledge base to keep their clients at the forefront of the latest trends in healthcare. One topic that has been gaining traction in the healthcare industry is the field of personalized medicine.

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Personalized Medicine – Changing the Game From Watchful Waiting to Preventative Care

Posted June 7, 2017 with 0 comments

Personalized medicine, also termed precision medicine, is a procedure that separates patients into different groups—with medical decisions, practices, interventions, and/or products being tailored to the individual patient based on their predicted response of risk of disease (Wikipedia). It aims to shift the emphasis in medicine from reaction to prevention, helping to increase patient adherence to treatment, avoid adverse drug reactions, and improve quality of life.

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