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Healthcare risk leaders may be forced to adapt to tidal wave of new risks

Chief financial officers and risk leaders at healthcare organizations are generally aligned, and prepared, when it comes to managing key risk areas — but change is coming. And that change may force some in the industry to adapt. According to new research from Deloitte, there are indications that the risk functions at many healthcare organizations… Read More »

Black premature babies face racial disparities in healthcare, study says

Adobe Stock Images Black preemies face higher chances that they will receive poor prenatal care than white, Asian-American and Hispanic babies, and this is partially due to the quality of their parents’ healthcare as well as segregation, according to a JAMA Pediatrics study released last week. The study looked at black newborn babies born prematurely… Read More »

Artificial Intelligence in healthcare projected to be worth more than $27 billion by 2025

Globally, artificial intelligence in healthcare is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 43.5 percent from 2018 to reach $ 27.6 billion by 2025, finds ResearchandMarkets.com. The high growth of the artificial intelligence market in healthcare is attributed to factors such as rising funding in AI, the growing demand of precision medicine,… Read More »