Finding a rhythm: How changing sounds of medical devices could improve patient care
Study compares percussive tones to loud, flat, annoying alarms in health settings.
Interoperability takes another step forward
Health organizations commit to rigorous eligibility requirements
Does remote patient monitoring reduce outpatient appointments?
Digital monitoring of patients for routine care may have more benefits than first thought.
GenieMD Integrate ChatGPT into Virtual Care Platform
Leveraging AI to increase access to care and to personalize the patient’s experience.
How medical practices – large and small – can provide continuous and effective care, even in the face of rising cyber threats to EHRs
Don't let the threat of cyberattacks derail your practice from harnessing the power of technology
The health care trends making an impact on medical practices in 2023
Which of these top trends are you missing out on?
Health care leads cybersecurity breaches for 2022
Analyst examines factors that leave industry sectors at risk.
House of Representatives reintroduces telehealth benefits bill
Urgency growing as president announces end to COVID-19 public health emergency.
6 common coding mistakes physicians make
What are the most common coding mistakes physicians make?
3 strategies to protect your practice from cyberattacks
Health care data breaches were up sharply in 2022. Here's how to keep your practice safe from attacks.
ChatGPT: Health care’s next big thing?
The technology has many applications in medicine, but hurdles to widespread adoption remain
Active U.S. health care hackers 'Hive' disrupted by feds
Hospitals, school districts, financial firms, critical infrastructure are all among victims, according to the FBI.
Ready or not, interoperability is coming
Providers, health care organizations need to make sure their systems are able to exchange data electronically
What Doctor Shortage?
Improving routine care management with automation and virtualization .
Addressing the labor shortage crisis by improving the employee experience
There’s no single solution, but physicians, nurses, and managers all have roles in recruiting and retaining employees.
Where does all that health data end up?
Survey shows that consumers don’t have access to their medical records and have no idea where their data ends up.
Wearable health monitors generate data, create challenges for diabetic patients
Older adults are interested in results, but technology needs to stick and be easy to use.
Expanded telehealth services probably won’t lower health care costs: study
Benefit may lie instead in expanding access to health care services
Telemedicine better than expected for consulting on surgeries
Study examines patient reactions and limitations to online meetings with surgeons.
Do online ratings help patients find better doctors?
Study looks at the effect of patient-generated online ratings on health care choices
National Academy of Medicine: 2023 must become year of action against burnout
President speaks on need for systemic changes that will make a difference for physicians in the workplace.
Solving physician burnout through patient engagement
Engaging with patients to improve their health can help reduce burnout
More inbox messages don’t necessarily lead to more burnout in primary care
Veterans Health Administration study finds decrease in burnout as some notifications increased.
Consumer Patients: The newest health care trend set to change the industry
Customers expect their health care providers to have the same level of integration and connectedness as their favorite retailers.
Cyber security risk growing for small medical practices
Hackers are targeting health practices of all size.
Solving health care’s financial burden amid economic uncertainty
Leaders look to software for solutions that will lead to better patient care.
New records-sharing rule could have damaging side effect
Errors in patient records are surprisingly common, so easing access to them could harm outcomes
Telehealth cuts greenhouse gas emissions by reducing patient travel
Study examines environmental effects of online visits between physicians, patients.
The 2023 telehealth service codes physicians need to know
Learning about the telehealth codes you'll need to use in 2023.
Examining post-pandemic telehealth fraud risks
During and after the COVID-19 public health emergency, expect vigilance by federal regulators.
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