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Complex Chronic Disease is Complex
5 February 2021

Complex Chronic Disease is Complex

But the current approach to managing its progression is precariously simple

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February 5, 2021

Complex Chronic Disease is Complex – But the current approach to managing its progression is precariously simple.

  By leveraging artificial intelligence, we can reimagine health. With the ability to predict chronic disease onset and disease trajectory early, we offer care providers, payers […]
December 22, 2020

An (Early) Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cur(v)e

November 25, 2020

Four Humors and ‘the humor of it’

Black bile, yellow bile, blood, and phlegm. Hippocrates believed that all disease was the direct result of an imbalance of these four liquids or humours. Diagnosing […]
Industry news

February 24, 2021

Breaking the cost curve – A Deloitte Insights article

Deloitte predicts health spending as a percentage of GDP will decelerate over the next 20 years Deloitte health actuaries project a deceleration in health spending, likely […]
February 16, 2021

Saans Health is a proud Microsoft Partner

Saans Health is now extending its relationship with Microsoft as an official ‘Microsoft Partner’. This partnership will allow Saans Health to broaden its capacity to assist entities such as payers, care providers, and employer groups to enhance the way care is delivered for at-risk member patients and workforce talent, respectively.
February 5, 2021

Paving a path for better Polychronic Care

[An Optum sponsored paper by Harvard Business Review]   Paving a path for better Polychronic Care How Collaboration, Prioritization, and Engagement Can Improve Outcomes The United […]
January 14, 2021

AI at Work: How Salesforce AI Could Make Therapeutic Decision-Making for Breast Cancer More Accurate, Affordable and Accessible

An article from Salesforce - Breast cancer affects 1/8 women in the USA, and rates of breast cancer are increasing.
January 5, 2021

Smart use of artificial intelligence in health care

An article by Deloitte Insights - Seizing opportunities in patient care and business activities. For the health care industry, AI-enabled solutions can provide immediate returns through cost
January 3, 2021

Here are 3 ways AI will change healthcare by 2030

An article part of the World Economic Forum annual meeting - By 2030, AI will access multiple sources of data to reveal patterns in disease and aid […]
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Complex_Chronic_Disease_SAANS
22 December 2020

An (Early) Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cur(v)e

The dire need to address Complex Chronic Disease, healthcare’s ‘hidden rising risk’, and how early disease detection ...

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Our perspectives
February 5, 2021

Complex Chronic Disease is Complex – But the current approach to managing its progression is precariously simple.

  By leveraging artificial intelligence, we can reimagine health. With the ability to predict chronic disease onset and disease trajectory early, we offer care providers, payers […]
December 22, 2020

An (Early) Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cur(v)e

November 25, 2020

Four Humors and ‘the humor of it’

Black bile, yellow bile, blood, and phlegm. Hippocrates believed that all disease was the direct result of an imbalance of these four liquids or humours. Diagnosing […]
Industry news
February 24, 2021

Breaking the cost curve – A Deloitte Insights article

Deloitte predicts health spending as a percentage of GDP will decelerate over the next 20 years Deloitte health actuaries project a deceleration in health spending, likely […]
February 16, 2021

Saans Health is a proud Microsoft Partner

Saans Health is now extending its relationship with Microsoft as an official ‘Microsoft Partner’. This partnership will allow Saans Health to broaden its capacity to assist entities such as payers, care providers, and employer groups to enhance the way care is delivered for at-risk member patients and workforce talent, respectively.
February 5, 2021

Paving a path for better Polychronic Care

[An Optum sponsored paper by Harvard Business Review]   Paving a path for better Polychronic Care How Collaboration, Prioritization, and Engagement Can Improve Outcomes The United […]