Home / Curated Business/Tech GI Resources June 10th, 2020: 16 Curated GI articles for this week
Video: 9 GI Interviews From Disruption To Digitization (NextServices)
These interviews provide insights on a diverse topics – from telemedicine to private equity to digitization. Watch them all now if you missed them before.
Physicians acquire 35-hospital health system from private equity firm (Becker’s Hospital Review)
A management group of physicians led by the company’s founder acquired a controlling interest of a hospital system from a private equity firm.
Audio: The Scope: Whither the Device Rep, and Other Post-COVID Concerns for GI Practices (Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News)
Consultant Scott Fraser discusses how the pandemic has affected the relationship of physicians and the medical device industry, and the implications for GI practice.
Artificial intelligence detects COVID-19 for the first time in US (Healio)
According to results published in Nature Medicine, the CNN (The AI model — dubbed convolutional neural network) had 84% sensitivity.
COVID-19 could cost insurers up to $547B through 2021: report (Fierce Healthcare)
An infection rate of 60% would cost insurers the greatest, with a range of $180 billion to $547 billion.
CRH Medical acquires GI anesthesia practice, starts joint venture (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
The practice provides gastrointestinal anesthesia services to two ASCs in the area and has an estimated annual revenue of $2.7 million.
Video: Corey Siegel, MD, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Gastroenterology, Discusses New National COVID-19 Registry (Dartmouth-Hitchcock)
Corey Siegel, MD, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Gastroenterology discusses a new national registry for COVID-19 to help clinicians understand what GI symptoms might be associated with the disease.
Where the GI PE platforms stand in 2020 (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Private equity investment skyrocketed in gastroenterology in 2019, and although it’s expected COVID-19 will hamper activity temporarily going forward, here’s where each platform stands at the midpoint of 2020.
Industry Voices—Tech and the renaissance of clinical practice in a post-pandemic world (Fierce Healthcare)
If there is one “silver lining” in this pandemic, it’s the widespread willingness to use different technologies to connect with patients and physicians alike.
3 questions with the new ASGE president (Healio)
Interview with Klaus Mergener, MD. “All the plans we just talked about will now have to be viewed through the lens of the immediate crisis we’re in.”
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