Yale experts explain why artificial intelligence holds promise for improving health care for patients.
- June 22, 2020Source: BMJ
We will need proper incentives to continue telehealth services, but we also need strategies to evaluate quality, resist abuses, and ensure that the needs of patients are best served.
- June 22, 2020Source: YaleNews
A research team led by Yale’s Nathan Grubaugh and Anne Wyllie will begin testing select players, coaches, and staff from the NBA teams that have opted into the study, using a testing method they developed, known as SalivaDirect. The results of the study are expected by the end of July and will be shared publicly.
- June 19, 2020
911 calls for heart attacks tripled in New York City amid COVID-19 outbreak; victims more likely to die, study findsSource: USA Today
New Yorkers had three times more heart attacks during the COVID-19 surge this spring, than in a typical year and they were far more likely to die from them, according a study published today.
- May 10, 2020
Opinion: New Federal Rules Pave The Way For Patient-Driven Health Information Exchange And Real-World Evidence On COVID-19 Surveillance And TreatmentSource: Health Affairs
Sanket Dhruva, Joseph Ross, Nilay Shah, Rachael Fleurence, and Harlan Krumholz discuss the benefits of patient-driven health information exchange and the 21st Century Cures Act.
- April 29, 2020Source: Yahoo Finance
The governors of Georgia, Texas, and South Carolina have opted to start reopening their economies despite concerns over a resurgence of the virus.
- April 20, 2020Source: ShoreLine Times
Madison doctor helps set up COVID-positive respite facility for homeless, first in state
- April 14, 2020Source: Health Affairs
Where are the data on COVID-19 to understand who in the US population is being tested, who is ill, and who is dying?
- April 14, 2020
Doctors worry the coronavirus is keeping patients away from US hospitals as ER visits drop: ‘Heart attacks don’t stop’Source: CNBC
As Covid-19 patients flood emergency rooms across the country, non-coronavirus patients are avoiding hospitals and seeking treatment at alternative outpatient sites.
- April 11, 2020Source: New York Post
Patients who survive COVID-19 can still suffer lasting bodily damage, including to the liver and heart, researchers are finding.