Karen B. DeSalvo, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, gives the best courses of action for top technology challenges and opportunities facing healthcare executives.
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Managed healthcare executives can set the table for future economic expansion of interoperability capabilities by following a few simple, straightforward tips.
By working with service providers that are employing robotics and advanced analytics, organizations can leverage automation and innovation to address key challenges.
Several changes, from new payment models to the "Cadillac Tax," are impacting the health insurance market.
The Supreme Court recently held that the North Carolina Dental Board was not insulated from federal antitrust liability under the so-called “state action” doctrine when it engaged in anticompetitive conduct to restrain non-dentists from performing teeth whitening services.
The Affordable Care Act’s medical loss ratio provision yielded more than $5 billion in benefits to consumers from 2011 through 2013, either through the rebates that insurance companies have paid to them or through reduced health plan spending on overhead, according to a new Commonwealth Fund report.