Headed in the Right Direction: Cancer Mortality is Going Down
Public health policies and treatment advances have made a difference.
Electronic Prior Authorization is Catching on
But there are plenty of holdouts. Half of submissions are still done by phone or fax.
New Tech Delivers Needed Options for Treating Pain
The opioid epidemic has led doctors and patients to look for other ways to control pain, and they’re turning to technology for answers.
Technologies That Keep Your Health System HIPAA Compliant
When deploying technology that keeps personal health information and other healthcare data safe, health systems stay proactive.
3 Technologies Providing Personalized Healthcare
Increasing chronic care needs are incentivizing direct-tech services.
Finding the Most Effective Healthcare Apps
The healthcare industry is investing considerable resources to reach and engage consumers through mobile devices.
Making the Most of Predictive Analytics
Data is only valuable if it’s analyzed correctly. But that’s easier said than done.
Telemedicine and E-Visits: An Update
The state of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring.
3 Novel Diabetes Treatments Improving Patient Care
How new technologies are helping patients with diabetes better manage the disease.
Why Biometrics Are the Future of Patient Care
Patient identification is in desperate need of an overhaul-and biometrics could be the answer.
Six Healthcare Technologies Coming in the Next 10 Years
It’s an exciting time for healthcare technologies. Here are the ones you need to look out for in the next ten years.
Philadelphia HIE Fosters Collaboration Among Competitor
This massive partnership is breaking down barriers and improving patient care.
The 4 Technologies Healthcare Orgs Should Expect in 2019
Here’s what you should be investing in as the new year comes.
Top 5 Healthcare Tech Trends of 2018
Here is a list of how technology has aimed to more seamlessly connect healthcare organizations in 2018.
Top Advice from Tech Leaders at Leading Healthcare Systems
Here’s how to keep your technology roadmap on track.
The 5 Technologies That Make Healthcare Easier for Patients
Here is a list of technologies that make patient engagement with healthcare organizations more insightful and interactive.
Four Health Tech Happenings Health Execs Need to Know
With so many developments in healthcare technology, here’s a list of the news that is most important to healthcare executives.
Technologies Seek to Ease Chronic Pain: 4 Devices to Watch
These technology solutions on the market can treat chronic pain, allowing patients to eliminate or decrease their dependence on opioid drugs.
Top 5 Healthcare Technologies of the Future
Here are five of the most promising healthcare technologies that will make your healthcare organization in step with the future.
Three Ways Health Organizations Can Improve Data Use
The amount of data in healthcare is growing, but that’s not necessarily translating to improved patient outcomes. Here’s why.
Critical Feature Missing from Hospital Digital Rounding Tools
A report from KLAS Research ranks sheds light on these popular tools and how vendors are missing the mark.
CMS Changes Remote Monitoring Pay: What Health Execs Should Know
Executives speculate on what’s next following the remote patient monitoring CMS rule.
How Health Systems are Using AI and Future Predictions
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.
Ten Healthcare Wearables Health Execs Should Watch
As more apps come to market, wearable users look for more sophisticated devices. Here are 10 of them.
How to Engage Older Adults with Patient Portals
Four Healthcare Executives Take on New Managed Care Roles
Many healthcare organizations are expanding leadership roles to help meet business and patient-centered goals.
Two Non-Tech Factors Raising Patient Access to Medical Records Problems
Access to medical records is key to building patient engagement. Here’s why some patients are struggling to access their own data.
Smart Digital Health Investments That Lead to More Engaged Patients
A survey from EY reveals how consumers use technology and how to mix engagement tools and existing EHR features.
Tackle the Patient Cultural Divide With These Technologies
Using EHRs and other technologies can enhance care coordination, patient engagement.
Four Healthcare Executives Take On New Managed Care Roles
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