Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data

Retail Health Clinic

Microsoft, Walgreens to Leverage AI for Retail-Style Healthcare

January 15, 2019 - Microsoft and Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) are collaborating to apply artificial intelligence to the challenges of developing retail-style healthcare interactions. The two companies will work together to create innovative, cost-effective, consumer-centered healthcare experiences that leverage cloud-based data technologies and AI-driven strategies.  Better chronic disease...


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CVS Health, Epic Systems Using Big Data to Control Drug Costs

by Jennifer Bresnick

CVS Health and Epic Systems have launched a strategic big data analytics initiative aimed at controlling prescription costs, the two companies announced this week.  CVS Health, which uses Epic electronic health records (EHRs) in its...

Walgreens Offers Online Library of Population Health Research

by Jennifer Bresnick

In a bid to further position itself as a leader in population health management that goes far beyond the pharmacy, Walgreens has announced the launch of an online library of healthcare research studies. The Center for Health and Wellbeing...

Epic Systems EHR Brings Care Coordination to Walgreens Retail Clinics

by Jennifer Bresnick

Retail clinics are becoming an increasingly popular – and increasingly sophisticated – alternative to traditional primary care appointments, especially for patients who may not be able to afford or access other healthcare...

CVS Health Launches Pharmacy-Based Diabetes Management Program

by Jennifer Bresnick

Patients in search of better diabetes management skills will be able to take advantage of advanced data analytics, connected devices, and personalized coaching to cultivate self-care competencies at CVS Health pharmacies.  The retail...

Retail Clinics May Expand Access to Care, But Don’t Cut ED Costs

by Jennifer Bresnick

Retail clinics have often been floated as a lower-cost alternative to emergency department visits for patients with minor complaints, but a new study in the Annals of Emergency Medicine indicates that patients might not really be trading...

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