Health/Disease Strategy

Word From FDA, NIH on COVID-19 Vaccine: No Cutting Corners

July 05, 2020

FDA outlines what it will take to get a COVID-19 vaccine approved, while NIH offers its research strategy.

How Glucose Monitors Affect Healthcare Spending

May 09, 2018

A new study has surprising findings about the cost effectiveness of continuous glucose monitoring for type 1 diabetes patients.

Surprising Study Findings: How Cutting Salt Intake Affects Healthcare Costs

May 07, 2018

How would the FDA proposal to reduce the amount of salt in people’s diets affect healthcare costs? Find out.

Medical Jargon, Acronyms that Most Confuse Patients

May 05, 2018

How skipping industry acronyms and jargon and using simple terminology will eliminate confusion and misinterpretation.

Survey Uncovers Key Gaps in Provider Access to Patient Data

May 04, 2018

A Surescripts survey reveals the need for more interoperable access to patient data in three major areas.

Top Four Causes of Female Mortality and Treatment Advances

May 03, 2018

The conditions that are the biggest drivers of female mortality, some preventive measures, and the latest treatment advances.

Health Execs Struggle to Keep On-Pace with Population Health Goals

May 03, 2018

There’s surprising findings in Numerof & Associates’ study about healthcare executives’ population health management objectives.

Study: Health-Related Research Lacks Diversity

May 02, 2018

A Ball State University study has astonishing findings about racial and ethnic minorities and their participation in health-related research.

Can Apple Act as a Go-Between Patients and Healthcare?

April 25, 2018

Apple brings health records to the iPhone. Find out what it means for EHR interoperability and patient engagement.

Study: WellCare’s Community Assistance Line Coordinates Social Care

April 23, 2018

A call center-based social support role may be a valuable addition to the evolving healthcare workforce, according to a new study.