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Pandion partners with AI technology firm on health care assistant (access required)

Pandion Optimization Alliance, one of the oldest group purchasing organizations with a focus on health care, has partnered with Suki, the leader in voice AI technology for health care to offer the AI-powered, voice-enabled digital clinical assistant to Pandion’s more ...

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The future of healthcare to be explored at 2019 Healthcare Innovations Conference (access required)

Pandion Optimization Alliance is proud to announce that registration is now open for its third annual Healthcare Innovations Conference. This full-day educational event will be held Nov. 13 at the Rochester Riverside Hotel. Last year, more than 200 healthcare administrators, ...

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Government-mandated staffing ratios are the wrong approach (access required)

Nurses are the backbone of hospitals and nursing homes. They have direct contact with patients – implementing doctor’s orders, dispensing medication, using medical equipment, and ensuring that patients receive the best possible care. For 15 consecutive years, nursing has been ...

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Conference explores new technologies and trends in healthcare (access required)

On Nov. 14, more than 200 medical professionals representing 70 different organizations gathered at the 2018 Healthcare Innovations Conference to learn about some of the latest technologies in healthcare. Sponsored by Pandion Optimization Alliance, the full-day event at the Rochester ...

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Western New York hospitals suffer under federal cuts (access required)

It’s a challenging time for the healthcare community. Faced with continuous threats to federal funding, hospitals are waiting for the restoration of various federal funding streams that are essential to their bottom lines. Although the continuing resolution that passed Congress ...

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Hospitals’ ripple effects on the local economy are great

Health care providers in Greater Rochester are not just the largest employers in the region—they’re an engine of the local economy. Even at a time when health care is facing significant financial challenges, hospitals are investing in capital projects to ...

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