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O’Halleran, Mullin Introduce Bill to Break Down Health Data Barriers for Tribes   Cong. Tom O’Halleran WASHINGTON— Today, during a Pro Forma session of Congress, Representatives Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ-01) Markwayne Mullin (R-OK-02) introduced the Tribal Health Data Improvement Act. The bill would reaffirm Tribal public health authorities are entitled to access public health data. “Arizona …

WASHINGTON, June 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — A cross-sector group of individuals and organizations from education, business, philanthropy and technology today announced a new coalition to prioritize data science in K-12 education. Known as Data Science for Everyone, the coalition is incubated at the University of Chicago’s Center for Radical Innovation for Social Change and funded by Citadel …

More than three quarters of people age 65 and older in Austin-Travis County are fully vaccinated, public health officials said Tuesday. For the entire eligible population – that’s people 12 years and older – the number is more than 54 percent. The area remains in stage 2 of Austin Public Health’s risk-based guidelines, and the …

Increased demand for data is impacting how hedge fund managers think about their data ecosystem, according to Jonathan White, Global Head of Fund Sales, Intertrust Group. “How they build around data ecosystems to provide for flexibility in everything that they do from a day-to-day perspective, so data can impact the front office, portfolio management, risk …

Some of the disparity may be attributed to University of Virginia student housing, Dr. Denise Bonds, director of the Blue Ridge Health District, said during a Charlottesville City Council meeting Monday. That’s especially true in the Jefferson Park Avenue and Venable neighborhoods, where it’s possible that students were counted in the census but vaccinated in …

IRVINE, Calif., June 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Inari Medical, Inc. (NASDAQ: NARI) (“Inari”) a medical device company focused on developing products to treat and transform the lives of patients suffering from venous diseases, today announced strongly positive interim results of the first 250 deep vein thrombosis (“DVT”) patients enrolled in the ClotTriever Outcomes Registry …

European markets look set to start the week on a negative note and are set to open flat-to-lower on Monday. London’s FTSE is expected to open 2 points lower at 7,065, Germany’s DAX down 39 points at 15,653, France’s CAC 40 down 13 points at 6,500 and Italy’s FTSE MIB 1 point lower at 25,520, according …

The pandemic has accelerated the rollout of AI in enterprises across industry verticals. In a conversation with BusinessLine, Anil Bhasker, Cloud & Data platform Sales Leader, IBM Technology Sales, IBM India/South Asia said, India is uniquely positioned to succeed in the AI economy. How has the pandemic impacted the adoption of AI in Indian enterprises? …

Faced with the resurgent wave of the pandemic, our belief in the benefits and positive externalities accruing from a robust health infrastructure are affirmed. The existing policy framework for healthcare is multidimensional including focus on capacity building, strengthening primary healthcare, reducing non-communicable disease burden, health insurance, research and investment. A new initiative in this sphere, …

New research derives an AI-based method to protect the privacy of medical images. On May 24th, researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Imperial College London, and OpenMined, a non-profit organization published a paper titled “End-to-end privacy-preserving deep learning on multi-institutional medical imaging.” The research unveiled PriMIA- Privacy-Preserving Medical Image Analysis that employs securely …