Take a closer look at the dual-purpose power of telehealth: not only does it address patient needs, but it also supports the financial recovery and stability that health systems and providers seek.
Tune into a virtual discussion about promising digital health technologies that can combat the effects of social isolation from COVID-19.
Tune in for an on-demand webinar about recent market trends and an evidence-based framework to help you build your most viable and profitable market strategy.
Recognizing both the power of HIEs in support of public health and the varied success of past efforts, our guest writers are recommending a new approach.
At Enterprise Imaging: A Conversation With Our Clinical Colleagues, join us for an interactive discussion on the current state of enterprise imaging deployments, the perceived value of these programs and their implementation challenges.
Join nurse leaders who will lead a discussion exploring how technology has helped shaped their organizations and the populations they serve.
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.