Tag Archives: Trust

Beyond the exam room: How data privacy builds patient trust

The provider-patient trust relationship is the cornerstone of any healthcare practice. But it doesn’t stop there. Patients entrust their lives and their intensely personal information not only to their physician, but also to an entire healthcare ecosystem: insurance providers, healthcare organizations, hospitals, specialists, labs and other third parties largely undetected to the patient but integral… Read More »

Survey: More Than Half of Healthcare CIOs Lack Strong Trust in Their Data

Artificial intelligence (AI) tools and machine learning technologies hold the promise of transforming healthcare and there is ongoing discuss about how much of an impact AI and machine learning will have on the practice of medicine and on the business of healthcare overall. In a recent study, researchers from New York City-based Mount Sinai Hospital… Read More »

5-Star Friday: Trust

A core value that medicine and journalism share is trust. In the increasingly complicated world of health care we often have no choice but to place our trust in medical professionals, researchers, hospitals, and state/federal agencies.  One could argue when that trust is violated — as highlighted in many of the stories featured below — … Read More »