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Health standards organizations help codify novel coronavirus info

As part of the global effort to manage and contain the coronavirus response, two global health standards organizations have introduced new content. Regenstrief Institute and SNOMED International, are supporting care teams globally to code and track SARS-CoV-2 testing and COVID-19 cases, and by extension support clinicians and researchers in their efforts to address its containment.… Read More »

Quality standards framework can improve both clinical and financial performance in healthcare

Achieving clinical quality has always an important component of healthcare delivery, but in an age of quality-based reimbursement and a consumer-oriented business culture, it’s more important now than ever. The problem is that, until recently, there hasn’t been a consistent set of standards governing how quality is measured and achieved. That results in a high… Read More »

NIST asks for help to create standards for artificial intelligence

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking industry input on ways to develop standards for artificial intelligence. Under a federal executive order issued on February 11, NIST is to develop the plan within 180 days. “Timely and fit-for-purpose AI technical standards, whether developed by national or international organizations, will play a crucial role… Read More »