Here’s four different examples of health systems innovating for improvements in patient safety.
Nothing has exposed the unmet health and wellness needs of communities quite more clearly than the COVID-19 pandemic. How quickly we seek new, alternative approaches to delivering and accessing healthcare has proven to be critical during these times of global strife.
Personal Health Information: Federal Trade Commission Health Breach Notification Rule Regulatory Review Response Letter
This response aims to ensure that individuals’ personally identifiable health data is protected, and that the appropriate actions are taken when a breach of unsecured personal health information occurs.
In order to advocate for and protect underserved communities, we must have broader discussions around the complex disparity ecosystem and look for a deeper why, shares our guest writer.
The integration of blockchain-enabled virtual care technology offers opportunities to further improve the impact of telehealth on care delivery through the use of distributed ledger enhancements like smart contracts, digital patient identity and tokenization.
Using our Davies Award recipients as case studies, we've identified three critical areas health systems should consider when building a comprehensive opioid abuse program.
Learn how two states are supporting SDOH initiatives through health IT to improve population health and health equity, and leverage more value from Medicaid dollars.
Hear from State HIT/HIE experts as they discuss the technology and tools implemented in the State of Florida to manage data collection and reporting related to COVID-19.
New roles are emerging in the industry and being aware of the various career opportunities is critical for future success.
Five women entrepreneurs share advice and the lessons learned from starting their own business.
Join your nursing colleagues to hear from respected thought leaders with rich experience guiding innovation during this virtual panel.
By increasing access to COVID-19 community-based testing, we can help slow the spread of the virus in at-risk populations and provide valuable demographic data to help improve health equity in the long term.