Enterprise Imaging: A Necessity – Not a Luxury – for Hospitals & Health Systems

April 22, 2022

Enterprise imaging platforms would enable organizations to consistently and optimally capture, index, manage, store, distribute, view, exchange and analyze all clinical imaging and multimedia content, enhancing patients’ electronic health records.

How Rural Hospitals Are Benefiting from Remote Patient Monitoring

March 30, 2022

Patients who live in rural areas incur a variety of costs attributed to physically getting into the office to meet with their doctor when the need arises. When those patients require more frequent visits for chronic disease management, the cost of transportation, missed work, out-of-pocket copays, and any number of other costs can become a substantial barrier to care.

Meet the Board: Ateev Mehrotra of Harvard Medical School Talks About Telehealth Issues, Price Transparency, His Latest Hobby and More

March 25, 2022

In this episode of the "Meet the Board" podcast series, Briana Contreras, Managed Healthcare Executive editor, speaks with Ateev Mehrotra, a member of the MHE editorial advisory board and a professor of healthcare policy and medicine at Harvard Medical School. Mehtrotra is also a hospitalist at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. In the discussion, Contreras gets to know Mehrotra more on a personal level and picks his brain on some of his research interests including telehealth, alternative payment models and price transparency.

Telehealth is Being Embraced More and More by Physicians

March 23, 2022

Data is shown in a recent American Medical Association survey, which comes as Congress recently extended the availability of telehealth for Medicare patients beyond the current COVID-19 public health emergency.

Jason Warrelmann of UiPath Shares Patient Benefits of Automation, Tips for Orgs Adopting Automation

March 22, 2022

In this final video of a two-part video series, Jason Warrelmann, global director of Healthcare and Life Sciences at UiPath, addressed why automation is necessary for patients and providers and how other healthcare organizations can better overcome the challenges of adopting automation within their health system.

Jason Warrelmann of UiPath Addresses the Incline of Automation and its Importance in Healthcare

March 21, 2022

In this first of a two-part video series, Jason Warrelmann, global director of Healthcare and Life Sciences at UiPath, addressed the incline of automation in healthcare, why it's necessary for patients and providers and how other healthcare organizations can better overcome the challenges of adopting automation within their health system.

Peter Durlach of Nuance Talks on How Artificial Intelligence Drives Value for Patients and Providers

March 16, 2022

In this week's episode, Briana Contreras, editor of Managed Healthcare Executive, spoke with Peter Durlach, chief strategy officer of Nuance. The two discussed how artificial intelligence drives value for patients and providers and how AI tools and solutions are helping health systems reach the quadruple aim of care.