March 19th 2023
Practices and patients can reap the benefits of in-office infusion. But it must be carefully managed, as infusion comes with substantial financial risk.
Despite delay in screenings, no rise in breast, colon or cervical cancer … for nowMarch 7th 2023
While some delayed exams in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, an Epic Research study finds no increase in cancer cases. Christopher Alban of Epic talks about the study, and the need for more investigation.
Lehigh Valley Health Network discloses ransomware attack, refuses to payFebruary 22nd 2023
The eastern Pennsylvania system says the attack hasn’t disrupted operations. The system says the attack comes from BlackCat, a gang with ties to Russia that authorities say is more sophisticated than some rivals.
Why PCPs need to captain, not just quarterback, the preventive care team | ViewpointFebruary 12th 2023
The health system must rethink its strategy to enable primary care providers to develop better game plans for chronic disease patients, such as people living with type 2 diabetes.
Oracle pushes back against calls to end VA project to modernize health recordsFebruary 9th 2023
A Republican leading a key panel has introduced a bill to kill the troubled project. Oracle says the pulling the plug would hurt veterans, and the company says it’s making progress in resolving issues.
Healthcare industry could save $25 billion with automation, CAQH saysFebruary 2nd 2023
Providers and health plans are managing more administrative tasks electronically, but there is still room for more progress, according to the new CAQH Index. Spending on business functions rose $18 billion in 2022.