Precision Medicine and Chronic Diseases - Will COVID Catalyze Innovation?

From reading the news you would think that people’s experience of COVID-19 is random, and down to chance.  

How is it after all that two people of the same sex and of a similar age and social[…]

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SSIs: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

Sepsis, a leading cause of death in hospitals, is the body’s overactive and toxic response to infections. Sepsis affects more than 30 million people worldwide every year and is the most common[…]

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Disruptive Technologies: 2020 Trends in Surgery for the modern OR

Technology has played a pivotal role in healthcare transformation. But will the confluence of digital technologies have the same disruptive impact on surgical care? What can we expect when it[…]

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Fireside Chat: Can AI and data analytics reduce surgical variability?

In 2017, an Accenture study revealed that artificial intelligence in healthcare could realize up to $150 billion in annual savings by 2026 - specifically, using AI in conjunction with clinical[…]

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Smart Surgery's Best of 2018

2018 has been a big year for us at caresyntax. From the continued expansion of our global operations to the launching of our Smart Surgery Blog, we’ve worked hard to bring you the latest updates[…]

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AI in the OR: A Case Study

Surgical site infections are incredibly costly to hospitals. So when the University of Iowa managed to reduce patient infection rates by 74%, people paid attention. By leveraging EHR data in[…]

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