COVID-19 treatment breakthroughs: Expert webinar tonight on the latest on therapies
Want to learn more about the antibody cocktail used on President Trump, and other treatments being developed? Tune in tonight for the free COVID-19 treatments webinar.
COVID-19 vaccine won't be ready by November, health experts say
Members of the coalition weigh in on the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic.
CMS delays changes to Stark Law, anti-kickback regulation
The rule change will not take place until August 2021.
Race for the COVID-19 vaccine: Free webinar
A trio of experts will discuss the prospects of a handful of COVID-19 vaccine candidates which are entering phase 3 trials.
Outpatient care numbers drop due to COVID-19 pandemic
The rise in telehealth visits doesn’t completely offset the losses in revenue, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund.
ACP survey shows increase in telehealth usage by physicians
The survey was performed in January showing an increase before the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
HHS to buy rapid point-of-care coronavirus tests
The tests will be provided to state, territorial, and tribal public health labs.
Coronavirus: CMS announces regulatory changes to address patient surge
These four temporary healthcare policy changes will apply immediately across the country.
ACP urges halting in-office visits during COVID-19 pandemic
The organization is pushing doctors to use more telehealth options during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Stopping the coronavirus: Doctors tell public to stay home
"Please stay at home for us," physicians, nurses and hospital workers say in open letter.
Hospitals ask for direct financial help to survive COVID-19 crisis
In a news briefing and letter to congressional leaders, hospital executives sound the alarm as they 'fight a war' against coronavirus.
New survey probes physician concerns about COVID-19
The survey found a vast majority of physician respondents were concerned about the virus affecting them or their patients directly.
Coronavirus update: CMS offers guidance on elective surgeries and procedures
The agency recommends a tiered framework to determine if an elective surgery should be performed.
Coronavirus: MGMA calls for direct financial assistance for medical practices
The organization is pushing for a series of provisions to be included in the third economic stimulus bill currently being written in Washington D.C.
Coronavirus update: 10 physician recommendations for lawmakers to address the crisis
The organization presents recommendations for further actions pertaining to healthcare capacity, testing, personal protective supplies, and coverage.
Coronavirus: Study estimates patient treatment costs
The study looked at spending on hospital admissions for pneumonia and found out-of-pocket costs for insured patients can reach $1,396.
U.S. Coronavirus task force urges pause in elective surgeries
As the coronavirus ravages the world, elective surgeries should be avoided, the Trump adminstration said Tuesday.
Coronavirus update: HIMSS technology show still on
An external medical panel will work with senior leadership to judge response at international healthcare conference.
Will the 2020 election change healthcare?
Physicians and payers don't think so, according to a new survey.
Ransomware attacks spike, cost healthcare orgs millions
A new report details the scope of the ransomware problem since 2016.
ACP calls for U.S. healthcare reform, endorses single-payer or robust public option
ACP calls for a systemic overhaul of the system that would improve and expand healthcare in the U.S. in a series of policy papers.
Affordable Care Act narrowed racial disparities in care access, study finds
But much of the progress slowed or eroded in 2016, according to the Commonwealth Fund.
HIPAA violations lead to multimillion-dollar penalties
A pair of HIPAA violations garnered more than $4 million in penalties.
How can physicians show patients more compassion?
Anthony Orsini, DO, discusses what physicians can do to make sure patients see their empathy
Patients don’t feel their doctors are compassionate, survey finds
Survey shows patients don’t feel that their doctors are rushing them through appointments
Flu season 2019: AMA says time for physicians to promote flu shots
Everyone over the age of six months and especially pregnant women are urged to get flu shots
MGMA 2019: A physician-leader’s guide to strategic planning
A physician CEO gives advice on strategic planning for new physician-leaders
MGMA 2019: Ransomware, phishing scams a growing threat in healthcare
Hospitals and practices large and small are not safe from hackers, healthcare attorney warns
MGMA 2019: Making the jump from physician to physician-leader
A physician-CEO offers tips on how physicians can become organizational leaders
MGMA 2019: One doctor's tips to reduce physician burnout
Joseph DeVeau, MD, found himself burned out due to overwork and shared tips on how to avoid the condition
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