Posts by: flowhealth

Alex Meshkin is the Chairman and CEO of Flow Health

Deep Phenotyping for Precision Medicine

The practice of medicine is predicated on discovering commonalities or distinguishing characteristics among patients to inform corresponding treatment. Given a…

Bringing Artificial Intelligence to the Veterans Health Administration

We’re excited to announce Flow Health’s five-year partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs to develop a knowledge graph of…

Organizing Medical and Genomic Knowledge for Precision Medicine

The widespread adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) has enabled the collection of patient health information at an unprecedented granularity…

Understanding Time Series Data is Critical to Addressing ‘Notification Overload’

“Notification overload” is a term used in mobile circles where average people complained about the noise from popular social media…

How close are we to AI-automated healthcare?

We have seen incredible progress in machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) over the past few years, especially through the…

We’re Not the ‘Uber of Healthcare’ – We Anticipate When Care Is Needed Before You Ask For It

Over the past few years, Uber transformed local transportation. It is trendy for startups to describe themselves as the “Uber…

The Era of Value-Based Care: The Role of Digital Patient Check-In

By: Alex Meshkin Kiosk and digital check-in processes are making their way from the airport lobby to your doctor's office.…

Machine Learning: The Future for Health Plans

By: Alex Meshkin Health plans are struggling to become more efficient and competitive in the marketplace. Beyond needing to be…

Flow Health’s Operating System for Value-Based Care: Moving Healthcare from Siloed Systems to Networked Platforms

If the world of healthcare were to remain fee-for-service, current health IT and EHR technology might suffice. More or less.…

Rethinking the Care Plan: Clinical Decision Making

When we’re not feeling well, our first thought is usually -- should I see a doctor?  We expect our doctors…