November 2020, Volume XXXIV, Number 8

100 Most Influential

Health Care Leaders

We are pleased to present this special feature recognizing 100 leaders who help make health care in Minnesota a global model of excellence. Once every four years we invite our readers to submit the names of colleagues whose outstanding leadership can be acknowledged in these pages. We thank all those who participated in the nomination process and those who helped with the submissions.

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November 2020, Volume XXXIV, Number 8

interview

Leadership in medicine and music

Osmo Vänskä

Minnesota Orchestra

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100 Most Influential Health Care Leaders

We are pleased to present this special feature recognizing 100 leaders who help make health care in Minnesota a global model of excellence. Once every four years we invite our readers to submit the names of colleagues whose outstanding leadership can be acknowledged in these pages. We thank all those who participated in the nomination process and those who helped with the submissions.

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Telehealth and Data Privacy: Important questions to ask

By Twila Brase, RN, PHN.

Telemedicine use skyrocketed during the Covid-19 crisis. While telehealth technologies to practice medicine were used before Covid-19 struck, virtual visits rose to nearly one million per week by the end of April 2020. Nearly 80% of cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonology and respiratory physicians polled said their use of virtual care technology has increased,” reported Healthcare IT News on August 26, 2020.

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Capsules

Top news, physician appointments and recognitions

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Health Information Technology

Artificial Intelligence: A new medical colleague

BY SISI MA, PHD, CHRISTOPHER TIGNANELLI, MD, AND DEMETRI YANNOPOULOS, MD

For centuries, the practice of medicine has relied on human intelligence to diagnose disease and prescribe effective therapies and curative strategies. Decade after decade, and through years of advances in research, we continue to expand the level of human understanding of medicine. Unfortunately, even as physicians with the best intentions, the adage to err is human applies. It’s a difficult truth, but one that is changing in unexpected ways.

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