Here's The Latest in Health Care:
• Leading national hospital associations are urging stakeholders and policymakers to take part in driving interoperability in the health care industry. A recent report by the American Hospital Association outlines different strategies to get the job done, including enhancing infrastructure, improving data security, sharing best practices, and more. Read More
• Cutting carbs completely out of your diet may result in quick weight loss but may not be sustainable. Going from no-carb to slow-carb can help you avoid cutting out the carbs that are the building blocks of a healthy diet, which include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans. Slow carbs are rich in fiber and take more time to digest and, in turn, don't lead to the the same quick rise in blood sugar that you get from refined carbs. Read More
• Microsoft Azure, Microsoft's cloud and AI platform, will be teaming up with Walgreens to develop new health care delivery models. Both companies aim to build new health care solutions that will improve patient outcomes and lower the cost of care. Read More
• Even putting in as little as 20 seconds of brisk stair climbing several times a day might be enough to increase aerobic fitness. In a recent study of interval-style training, findings show that people can have a meaningful workout without even having to leave their office building. No more excuses! Read More
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