Clients in the News: Cleveland Clinic, Mass General Brigham, Yale New Haven, Intermountain

In this edition of Clients in the News, learn about an AI partnership between Cleveland Clinic and IBM, hear about a volunteer effort to educate the community about vaccinations at Mass General Brigham, track the growth of telehealth at Yale New Haven Health, and see how in-room virtual care is positioning Intermountain Health Care for the future.

Cleveland Clinic, IBM launch artificial intelligence partnership

Cleveland Clinic and IBM have announced a 10-year partnership to launch the Discovery Accelerator, a center aimed at using artificial intelligence, high performance on the hybrid cloud, and quantum computing technologies to speed discovery in healthcare. (Health IT Analytics)

Mass General Brigham rallies 120 clinicians, researchers to educate community on COVID-19 vaccinations

Almost 120 physicians, nurses and researchers from Boston-based Mass General Brigham are volunteering their time as “community messengers” to share information with people both in person and digitally about COVID-19 and vaccinations. (Becker’s Hospital Review)

Tracking the past 12 months of telehealth at Yale New Haven Health

With a collaborative spirit and a drive to provide the virtual care patients want, Yale New Haven Health has grown its program by leaps—it now sees in 10 minutes the number of patients it used to see via telemedicine in a month. (Healthcare IT News)

Telehealth TVs position Intermountain for the future of virtual care

Intermountain Health Care recently launched 1,200 devices that provide in-room virtual care through smart televisions equipped with two-way cameras and special microphones. The technology can simultaneously connect with other providers and family members, along with the ability to screen-share images and data on the display. (Health Leaders Media)

Posted by Jana Ballinger 04/08/2021 Categories: Clients in the News