Organizations focus on training employees against social engineering attacks. But they risk leaving themselves open to attacks that exploit network software vulnerabilities.
Hospitals created “pop-up” emergency rooms to keep COVID-19 patients separate from the general hospital population, and this could create cybersecurity challenges.
Automated solutions help measure the patient experience efficiently, gain essential insight into what patients think, and allow providers to act on that knowledge.
Physicians often find gaps in their skills when their careers take them out of patient care.
They will allow you to see if your current digital health ecosystem is up to the challenge of building next-generation relationships with your patients.
Health systems must focus on improving daily business operations while finding new opportunities for growth.
Healthcare leaders share their perspectives on the adoption of digital therapeutics.
We need a level of care between preventative medicine and catastrophic case management: preemptive care.
Health systems can boost the performance of ambulatory surgical centers with advanced remote patient monitoring and postoperative telerehabilitation solutions.
We can address fundamental issues from quality of care to work environment by focusing on two areas: teamwork and communication.
Interventions such as movement, mindfulness, and social connection are associated with improvements in physical and cognitive functioning.
CAQH welcomes a new chief executive officer, and other leaders take new roles.
Tech-enabled support could help avoid health complications for seniors, improve the patient experience and reduce costs.
Any AI partner in healthcare must support the safeguarding of protected healthcare information and possess a proven track record of innovation.
Attacks against healthcare providers are increasing in severity, with hackers demanding multiple ransomware payments.
Previously thought of as “health at a distance,” telehealth now encompasses digital health access via mobile and web apps, electronic health records that sync with other data sources, asynchronous care solutions, and video appointments.
It has been a record year for healthcare claim denials and underpayments, often leaving providers to foot the bill. Here are 10 suggestions to help providers avoid preventable denials.
Researchers examined how ChatGPT responds to public health questions.
They cause problems with billings and collections, hurt relationships with payers, and force hospital staff to spend countless hours correcting errors.
Health plans possess the back-end technology powering value-based models and the patient information that will empower more equitable care.
Hospitals cannot afford outdated digital portals, poor communication with patients or a clunky billing process that puts the onus on the patient.
More innovation efforts are needed to expand the collection of health data.
Data are revealing the health impacts of gaps in essential care for those with chronic conditions. Technology can be used to leverage a response.
Joe Nicholson, DO, chief medical officer at CareAllies, talks about the importance of providers and payers having a good working relationship as well as tips for nurturing that relationship.
Independent practices are particularly vulnerable to breaches. But practice owners can take simple steps today to protect patient data.
As many hospitals expand their footprint using co-management agreements, they will also be subject to greater scrutiny for anticompetitive behavior.
Organizations that have embraced digital transformation through the cloud, automation, and AI will see additional performance and cost efficiencies.
Interventions aimed at reducing hospital length of stay (LOS) among at-risk patients lack consistent efficacy, according to a systematic review.
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