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Artifact Health chosen by Johns Hopkins Medicine to east documentation burden on physicians
Released: February 24, 2017
BOULDER, Colo., January 30, 2017 – Artifact Health Inc., a leading innovator in physician-centric clinical documentation improvement (CDI) solutions, is pleased to announce a collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine that uses Artifact’s physician query management and education platform to give physicians an easier way to respond to CDI questions that add greater specificity to the patient’s record. The Johns Hopkins Technology Innovation Center (TIC) integrated Artifact’s cloud-based platform with JHM’s electronic medical record system, Epic. Read the full press release.
In the News
CORUS Messaging Tool Replaces PING to Enhance Communication
March 2, 2017
CORUS, a TIC developed tool, enhances communication among clinical teams at Johns Hopkins. The HIPAA-compliant, web-based app supports file and photo sharing and is projected to increase patient safety.
Read the article. (Johns Hopkins Medicine)
Doctors Reveal Seizure Insights Gained from ResearchKit App
February 22, 2017
TIC's EpiWatch, an app that collects data and allows researchers to better understand epilepsy, does so with activities that help people manage their condition such as tracking seizures.
Read the article. (MacRumors)
Seizures tracked with apple watch app linked to stress, missed sleep
February 21, 2017
When researchers and developers come together, the benefits in patient care are endless. PsyPost features TIC's epileptic seizure tracking app, EpiWatch.
Read the article. (PsyPost)
Hackers dream up memory app in 36 hours with help of caffeine cookies, two-hour Amazon delivery
February 20, 2017
Sponsored by the Technology Innovation Center, Johns Hopkins University’s semiannual HopHacks hackathon attracted 320 students from across the US to build a presentable programming project in just 30 hours.
Read the article. (The Hub at Johns Hopkins)
2016 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine Hackathon Grand Challenge
Incoming radiology resident Peter Kamel (currently a medical intern at St. Agnes Hospital), with guidance from the TIC, won the 2016 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine Hackathon Grand Challenge. The three-day coding competition challenges participants to use integrations for allowing external applications to access the EMR, radiology and workflow information. Peter's application helps radiologists view information from multiple sources in one, simple dashboard. View the announcement.