It might not feel like it, but the election is working

By | November 7, 2020

The election process is working.  A long-building “chaos” narrative being pushed by President Donald Trump suggests that the election is fatally flawed, fraud is rampant, and no institutions other than Trump himself can be trusted. There is no evidence for any of that, and as the election math increasingly turns against him, the actual election systems around…

Here are the main tech ballot initiatives that passed in this election

By | November 7, 2020

While the presidential election is still in the balance, several ballot initiatives with broad implications for how we use technology have passed. Ballot initiatives pose questions to voters and can—if passed—create, amend, or repeal existing state laws. In total, there were 129 statewide ballot initiatives across the country in this presidential election, including many related…

Tua Tagovailoa upset Aaron Donald didn’t want to talk to him

By | November 6, 2020

Written By Zac Al-Khateeb Share (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/87/3a/tua-tagavailoa-110120-getty-ftr_1ncispwcb178p1c05wrccsq8dz.jpg?t=-1978522939&w=500&quality=80 Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa made his NFL debut on Sunday, playing the role of game manager as Miami’s defense and special teams led a 28-13 win over the Rams. It was far from a perfect performance for the rookie, but he didn’t seem overly upset after…

Khabib: Wouldn’t coach TUF vs. Conor for $5B

By | November 6, 2020

playKhabib on why he can’t envision a rematch with Conor (1:06)Khabib Nurmagomedov explains why he didn’t want to coach against Conor McGregor on The Ultimate Fighter and why he’s done with him. (1:06)Oct 12, 2020Brett OkamotoESPN Staff Writer CloseMMA columnist for ESPN.com Analyst for “MMA Live” Covered MMA for Las Vegas SunNever say never in…

Portugal soccer: Ronaldo positive for COVID-19

By | November 6, 2020

Portugal and Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for the coronavirus, the Portuguese football federation announced on Tuesday.Portugal confirmed in a statement that Ronaldo is in isolation and not showing symptoms. He was later seen monitoring the team’s training session from a terrace of the bedroom in which he is staying in Portugal’s City…

Padres say Tommy Pham in ‘good condition’ after stabbing

By | November 6, 2020

Padres outfielder Tommy Pham was recovering and in “good condition” after he was stabbed during an altercation Sunday night in San Diego.Both Pham and the Padres confirmed the news to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Citing two people who talked to the veteran big leaguer, the newspaper reported Monday that Pham left an establishment, saw two…

Defiant Trump baselessly claims he was cheated as Biden nears victory

By | November 6, 2020

In remarks from the White House briefing room Thursday night, President Trump bragged of Republican victories in the House and Senate before baselessly claiming that widespread voter fraud has caused his lead in the presidential race to “miraculously” slip away.Why it matters: As Trump spoke, mail-in ballots that overwhelmingly favor Joe Biden continued to thin…

Automating revenue cycle on the back end improves patient engagement

By | November 5, 2020

, Revenue cycle directors are seeing a clear path for automation to increase revenue, decrease denials, speed up prior authorization and claims, and remove many of the repetitive clicks that hamper daily operations. From an ROI perspective, automation saves money through fewer full-time equivalent positions. Three rev cycle executives interviewed, who are at different stages of revenue cycle… Read More »

Sony expands medical imaging platform to include remote monitoring

By | November 5, 2020

Sony announced this week that it would update its vendor-neutral medical-imaging platform NUCLeUS to include remote patient monitoring and recording functionalities. The new features include wireless video streaming that allows clinical staff to access images with an iPad from any modality virtually in real time, according to the company. “Sony is committed to developing NUCLeUS to suit the needs… Read More »

Brigham and Women’s uses crowdsourcing tech to take aim at everyday problems

By | November 5, 2020

Brigham Health, based in Boston, is home to innovative science, medicine and digital health technology. But like many large institutions, it also has its fair share of systems and processes that are relics of the past. THE PROBLEM Healthcare delivery is filled with cumbersome, redundant and generally inefficient activities and processes, said Santosh Mohan, managing director of Brigham… Read More »