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Nov 162015

Alberta Research Team Develops Key Indicators for Evaluating Centralized Intake Methods for Arthritis Sufferers

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An Alberta research team has developed what it believes is the first set of indicators that will reveal how centralized intake methods are performing for people with arthritis. Intake to diagnosis and treatment is viewed as crucial for arthritis sufferers because better access to these services leads to better patient outcomes. Centralized ...

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Nov 132015

Leading Arthritis Researchers Share their Knowledge at National Symposium

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Some of the world’s leading osteoarthritis (OA) researchers met in Kananaskis, Alberta, in October to present new ideas that could provide the tools Canada needs to manage a disease burden that will more than double within a generation. They were brought together by the Arthritis Alliance of Canada for its third annual meeting and research ...

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Nov 102015

Integrating Big Data and Dynamic Simulation Modelling Can Transform Health Care Delivery

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As personalized medicine takes hold in health care, big data, so named for its high velocity, volume and variety, can add another “v” to its credentials: value. Big data offers a wealth of evidence but when integrated with dynamic simulation modeling (DSM), it can produce highly valuable insights for making the delivery of care more ...

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