Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning
It’s a safe bet to say that making a … safe bet during an unprecedented pandemic is not the easiest thing in the world. All the same, Becker’s Health IT got 20 healthcare executives and leaders to commit to posterity one health IT industry prediction for the next five years, and the answers are interesting,…Read More
Predicting an economic recovery in today’s COVID-19 environment is far more complex than reading traditional individual economic indicators. As seen by the recent run in the stock market, there are certain market components somewhat disassociated from traditional indicators, i.e. unemployment rate, GDP growth, etc.Read More
In a little over a month, OrboGraph will host the ORBOIMPACT Virtual Conference: AI Innovation for Check Payments, Check Fraud, and Healthcare Remittance Automation.Read More
In a little over a month, OrboGraph will be hosting it’s first virtual conference since 2014: ORBOIMPACT Virtual Conference: AI Innovation for Check Payments, Check Fraud, and Healthcare Remittance Automation.Read More
Revenue Cycle of the Future…something we have heard on several occasions. But what does it actually look like? In a recent article, HealthLeaders highlights a roundtable discussion sponsored by our friends at Waystar, bringing together a group of leaders in revenue cycle management to gather their thoughts on what they believe is important for the revenue cycle of the future.Read More
The healthcare industry is fraught with terminology that probably makes your head spin. Not only do you have to deal with the number of acronyms popping up each day, but for revenue cycle management, you also have to learn new terminology when it comes to technology. One of the questions we field on a regular basis: What is the difference between digitization and electronification?Read More
Alpha Health recently released results of a national survey designed to examine and assess the impact of COVID-19 on revenue cycle operations at health systems and hospitals across the U.S. The survey was fielded between May 19, 2020 and June 22, 2020 among 587 chief financial officers and revenue cycle leaders at hospitals and health systems across the United States. The survey has a confidence level of 95 percent with a margin of error of plus or minus 5 percent.Read More
A common misconception, especially in revenue cycle management (RCM), is that automating processes by integrating technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies will replace employees and eliminate jobs. This perception can be traced all the way back to when machines replaced labor in many manufacturing jobs like the automotive industry and is continually being fueled by the media with the story lines such as AI-powered trucks will replace truck drivers.Read More
By now, many of you have heard of the arguments between utilize GPU vs CPU. towardsdatascience.com provides a simple explanation on the reasoning behind the need for GPUs for machine learning:
GPUs are optimized for training artificial intelligence and deep learning models as they can process multiple computations simultaneously.
They have a large number of cores, which allows for better computation of multiple parallel processes. Additionally, computations in deep learning need to handle huge amounts of data — this makes a GPU’s memory bandwidth most suitable.Read More
Technology just keeps getting better and better, right? Not always. A recent survey of health IT leaders reveals that they are most often unhappy with their electronic health record (EHR) packages. Healthcare IT Today reports on a survey 108 healthcare leaders about their use of analytics platforms. It starts out with some fairly positive data:
90% of these organizations reported using the analytics in their EHRs.