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Hacking Healthcare
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Gesundheit ist allgegenwärtig. Es vergeht kein Tag an dem in den Medien nicht von bahnbrechenden Fortschritten der Medizin oder von neuen Krankheitsrisiken berichtet wird. Gesundheit betrifft immer mehr Lebensbereiche: von der Ernährung bis zu unserem Verhalten im Alltag wird jede Handlung zu einer Entscheidung für oder gegen Gesundheit. So erstaunt es auch nicht, dass das Thema die Aufmerksamkeit der Bürger genauso auf sich zieht wie diejenige von Investoren und die Gemüter in politischen Debatten bewegt wie kaum ein anderes. Hier setzt dieses Buch an. HACKING HEALTHCARE verfolgt das Ziel einen ganzheitlichen Blick auf die Gegenwart und Zukunft des Gesundheitssystems zu werfen sowie Ideen und Vorschläge zu präsentieren, wie wir den Gesundheitssektor von morgen gestalten können. Während der erste Teil des Buches das Gesundheitssystem anhand von fünf Kernfunktionen analysiert und mit reichhaltigem Datenmaterial grafisch illustriert, widmet sich der zweite Teil dem Blick in die Zukunft und formuliert konkrete Ideen und Handlungsempfehlungen. Ziel ist, die fragmentierte Sichtweise auf das Gesundheitssystem zu durchbrechen. Neben dem Verständnis der heutigen Strukturen gilt es aber auch eine Grundlage zu legen, um das System für die nächste Generation weiter zu denken - und es zu gestalten. Der Begriff ´´Hacking´´ wird bislang mehrheitlich mit der (unerlaubten) Manipulation von Computersoftware verwendet, bedeutet aber im eigentlichen Kontext, die Oberfläche eines Systems aufzubrechen und einzelne Prozesse und Teilsysteme System neu zu gestalten. Mit Beiträgen von Stephan Sigrist, Nicholas Bornstein, Kristiani Lesmono, Andrea Sibylla Dür, Gerd Folkers

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Stand: 13.05.2019
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Hacking Healthcare (eBook, PDF)
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Ready to take your IT skills to the healthcare industry? This concise book provides a candid assessment of the US healthcare system as it ramps up its use of electronic health records (EHRs) and other forms of IT to comply with the governments Meaningful Use requirements. Its a tremendous opportunity for tens of thousands of IT professionals, but its also a huge challenge: the program requires a complete makeover of archaic records systems, workflows, and other practices now in place.This book points out how hospitals and doctors offices differ from other organizations that use IT, and explains whats necessary to bridge the gap between clinicians and IT staff.Get an overview of EHRs and the differences among medical settingsLearn the variety of ways institutions deal with patients and medical staff, and how workflows varyDiscover healthcares dependence on paper records, and the problems involved in migrating them to digital documentsUnderstand how providers charge for care, and how they get paidExplore how patients can use EHRs to participate in their own careExamine healthcares most pressing problemavoidable errorsand how EHRs can both help and exacerbate it

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Hacking Healthcare als eBook Download von Fred ...
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Hacking Healthcare:A Guide to Standards, Workflows, and Meaningful Use Fred Trotter, David Uhlman

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Stand: 15.05.2019
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Regulatory Hacking: A Playbook for Startups , H...
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Named by Inc. magazine as one of the Ten Best Business Books of 2018Every startup wants to change the world. But the ones who truly make an impact know something the others don´t: how to make government and regulation work for them. As startups use technology to shape the way we live, work, and learn, they´re taking on challenges in sectors like healthcare, infrastructure, and education, where failure is far more consequential than a humorous chat with Siri or the wrong package on your doorstep. These startups inevitably have to face governments responsible for protecting citizens through regulation. Love it or hate it, we´re entering the next era of the digital revolution: the Regulatory Era. The big winners in this era - in terms of both impact and financial return - will need skills they won´t teach you in business school or most startup incubators: how to scale a business in an industry deeply intertwined with government. Here, for the first time, is the playbook on how to win the regulatory era. ´´Regulatory hacking´´ doesn´t mean ´´cutting through red tape´´; it´s really about finding a creative, strategic approach to navigating complex markets. Evan Burfield is the cofounder of 1776, a Washington, DC-based venture capital firm and incubator specializing in regulated industries. Burfield has coached startups on how to understand, adapt to, and influence government regulation. Now, in Regulatory Hacking, he draws on that expertise and real startup success stories to show you how to do the same. For instance, you´ll learn how... AirBnB rallied a grassroots movement to vote No on San Francisco´s Prop F, which would have restricted its business in the city. HopSkipDrive overcame safety concerns about its kids´ ridesharing service by working with state government to build trust into its platform.23andMe survived the FDA´s order to stop selling 1. Language: English. Narrator: Evan Burfield. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/003982/bk_peng_003982_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 29.03.2019
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Data Science from Scratch: The #1 Data Science ...
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If you are looking to start a new career that is in high demand, then you need to continue reading.Data scientists are changing the way big data is used in different institutions. Big data is everywhere, but without the right person to interpret it, it means nothing. So where do business find these people to help change their business? You could be that person! It has become a universal truth that businesses are full of data. With the use of big data, the US healthcare could reduce their healthcare spending by $300 billion to $450 billion. It can easily be seen that the value of big data lies in the analysis and processing of that data, and that’s where data science comes in. Grab your copy today and learn: In-depth information about what data science is and why it is importantThe prerequisites you will need to get started in data scienceWhat it means to be a data scientistThe roles that hacking and coding play in data scienceThe different coding languages that can be used in data scienceWhy python is so importantHow to use linear algebra and statisticsThe different applications for data scienceHow to work with the data through munging, cleaning, and moreAnd much moreThe use of data science adds a lot of value to businesses, and we will continue to see the need for data scientists grow. As businesses and the Internet change, so will data science. This means it’s important to be flexible. When data science can reduce spending costs by billions of dollars in the healthcare industry, why wait to jump in? If you want to get started in a new, ever-growing career, don’t wait any longer. Download your copy now! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christopher Nieten. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/124847/bk_acx0_124847_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 29.03.2019
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