The amount of data in healthcare is growing, but that’s not necessarily translating to improved patient outcomes. Here’s why.
A report from KLAS Research ranks sheds light on these popular tools and how vendors are missing the mark.
Executives speculate on what’s next following the remote patient monitoring CMS rule.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare is no longer a futuristic idea. Organizations are benefiting—on administrative and clinical levels—from practical adoptions that make cost savings and better patient care a reality.
As more apps come to market, wearable users look for more sophisticated devices. Here are 10 of them.
Older adults are still struggling to use patient portals to engage with their healthcare providers, according to a survey conducted in March 2018 by the University of Michigan and AARP of 2,013 adults ages 50 to 80 years.
Many healthcare organizations are expanding leadership roles to help meet business and patient-centered goals.
Access to medical records is key to building patient engagement. Here’s why some patients are struggling to access their own data.
A survey from EY reveals how consumers use technology and how to mix engagement tools and existing EHR features.
Using EHRs and other technologies can enhance care coordination, patient engagement.