MedMyne joins the Epic App Orchard

MedMyne announces the launch of its lung cancer screening management platform, LungMyne, in the Epic App Orchard. Lexington, K.Y. – February 25, 2018 – MedMyne, the developer of LungMyne, a complete lung cancer screening management platform, is pleased to announce its launch in the Epic App Orchard, where it will integrate easily with Epic’s existing

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Part 4: Embracing the Technological Revolution in Medical Screening

In the first three parts of this series, I made the case for electronic health records, addressed their problems, and then talked about the need to build structures to share this data with one another to improve care and lower costs. I believe we are on the cusp new technologies for medical screening with recent

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Working Smarter to Reduce Lung Cancer Deaths

Lung cancer is unrelenting – especially for those who present late in the disease process. Every year more people die of lung cancer than breast, colon and prostate cancer combined according to data from the American Cancer Society. In my hometown of Chattanooga, Cancer is the most common cause of death, even above heart disease.

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News: MedMyne featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press

Medmyne is proud to have been featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press as an innovative solution that CHI Memorial Hospital is using to detect lung cancer early. “The ongoing debate in Washington, D.C., over the future of Obamacare may determine how many people have health insurance, but it won’t necessarily change how health care

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Part 3: Building Structures to Share Data

In Part 2 of this series, I talked about the shortcomings of Electronic Health Records (EHRs).Most small medical practices do not have the resources to mine the data within their Electronic Health Records (EHRs). A 2016 report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that

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Part 2: The Problem with Electronic Health Records

In Part 1 of this series, I spoke about the benefits of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). But they do not come without problems. One of my goals as a physician is to understand the needs of the individual patient and the specific population that we serve. Yes, Electronic Health Records (EHRs) help, but they alone

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