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Healthcare

Projects in action

Fitnet Tech Hawks

Tech Hawks combines a cutting-edge app and a 10-year-old fitness program to make Kansas City families healthier.

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Children’s Mercy + Sightdeck

Children’s Mercy is the only hospital in the country to feature the immersive telepresence tool SightDeck. Find out how they’re using it to extend the bandwidth of telemedicine.

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KU In-home Monitoring App

A project that uses advanced video and networking to support family caregivers in caring for family members with Alzheimer’s, dementia and related illnesses.

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Plays

News

Telehealth Coding Workshop explores reimbursing the value of telemedicine

The Health Innovation Team on April 13 hosted a telehealth education workshop called “Reimbursement to Value in Telehealth.” The discussion centered on informing medical practices on the use of telemedicine to benefit patients, insurance and providers alike. The workshop was the first of its kind to be hosted by Kansas City Digital Drive, and more […]

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CareConnext provides holistic solutions to cardiac failure

Elizabeth Blanchard Hills created her company, CareConnext, when, after on assignment as a TV healthcare journalist, she observed how many cardiac failure patients slip through the cracks at the point of discharge. Her idea initially was to create a series of videos to send home with patients to help them maintain their health regimens between […]

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KCDD’s Project Helix advances in RWJF Choosing Care Challenge

Kansas City Digital Drive’s health application, Project Helix, won $5,000 and advanced to the next round of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Choosing Care Challenge on April 24.Project Helix has the potential to win more funding in the final round: another $5,000 for third place, $15,000 for second place and $50,000 for first. RWJF’s Choosing […]

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Further Reading

Telehealth Coding Workshop explores reimbursing the value of telemedicine

The Health Innovation Team on April 13 hosted a telehealth education workshop called “Reimbursement to Value in Telehealth.” The discussion centered on informing medical practices on the use of telemedicine to benefit patients, insurance and providers alike. The workshop was the first of its kind to be hosted by Kansas City Digital Drive, and more […]

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CareConnext provides holistic solutions to cardiac failure

Elizabeth Blanchard Hills created her company, CareConnext, when, after on assignment as a TV healthcare journalist, she observed how many cardiac failure patients slip through the cracks at the point of discharge. Her idea initially was to create a series of videos to send home with patients to help them maintain their health regimens between […]

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KCDD’s Project Helix advances in RWJF Choosing Care Challenge

Kansas City Digital Drive’s health application, Project Helix, won $5,000 and advanced to the next round of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Choosing Care Challenge on April 24.Project Helix has the potential to win more funding in the final round: another $5,000 for third place, $15,000 for second place and $50,000 for first. RWJF’s Choosing […]

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