Every year, Technically Philly curates a list of Philadelphia’s most promising startups – and this year, that list included TrekIT! Check out the full article and list below: Read the full article here.
In recent years, healthcare has been significantly influenced and shaped by a well-intentioned push towards the digital age. Unfortunately, in practice, policies, incentives, and IT systems have often been counterproductive to their goal — to enable connected, operationally efficient hospital systems. While the digitization of patient records through EHR platforms
Whether sharing information between a team of primary care doctors during the handoff process, communicating with consulting specialties or gathering information across multiple hospitalizations of the same patient, seamless and consistent data sharing is paramount for providing the highest level of care. While electronic health records have their place in
One of the most fabled television shows of all-time, The Twilight Zone, debuted in 1959. Although many of the storylines were rooted in science fiction, the show had a knack for reflecting cultural perceptions and tackling surreal issues of the era. There were even many parallels to modern day societal
Healthcare is one of the largest and most complex industries in the United States. However, unlike other advanced industries, such as manufacturing and finance, we don’t often think of it as a “well oiled machine” – it’s often closer associated to a slow moving barge. Part of the reason for
In recent years, there has been increased awareness around the causes, impact and solutions for physician burnout. In fact, according to a recent leadership survey conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), 83% of respondents have recognized physician burnout as a major issue in their healthcare system, with
Fellow Clinicians – When we go to work, we are stepping in to one of the most personal and high stakes jobs. Every day, we ask patients to put their total faith and trust in our experience as we navigate them through some of the toughest and scariest times of
Brendan McCorkle has a new job. He’s now the CEO of a Penn spinout called TrekIT Health. Read the full article