March 29th 2023
Two recent settlements underscore the FTC's status as an enforcement agency with the power to enforce consumers’ rights in relation to their sensitive information.
March 28th 2023
Researchers examine disparities in areas lacking medicine and tech.
March 24th 2023
Cell phones can be hacked, but HHS cybersecurity agency offers advice.
Hospitals know they need digital solutions, but don’t know the best way forward
March 22nd 2023
DAX Express is first to incorporate OpenAI’s GPT-4 capabilities
Patients want physicians to have online presence, communication, billing options
Survey outlines patients’ attitudes on technology.
Average data breach now costs record $4.35 million
Most organizations report multiple data breaches
Patients want medical data to stay with physicians, not migrate to big tech
AMA surveys patients on privacy in light of recent Supreme Court ruling on abortion.
Improve Your Telehealth System
Invest in upgraded tools and platforms and set clear guidelines for patients
Physicians, patients split on how EHR detracts or enhances primary care office visits
Less than half of physicians, but more than 91% of patients, had positive view of computerized records.
Web apps offer a way in for cyberattacks in health care computer networks
HHS calls for added security in latest threat brief on apps such as patient portals, telehealth.
RPM technology: Smart innovation for savvy practitioners
Recent advances have made benefits of remote monitoring more widely available
FBI seizes $500K cyber-ransom that medical centers paid to North Korean hackers
Health systems, loaded with patient data, remain prime targets for computer attacks, feds say.
Remote patient monitoring needs clinical intervention to ensure success
As any competent clinician will tell you, having data is only one part of the equation. A clinician must also be able to intervene efficiently and effectively.
North Korean hackers are cybersecurity threat to U.S. health care organizations, feds say
“Maui” ransomware is not about booking a Hawaiian getaway.
Remote patient monitoring programs could reduce COVID-related hospitalizations
Study finds RPM associated with shorter hospital stays, less intensive care use
AI moves one step closer to taking your job
AI does just as well as doctors when it comes to predicting postoperative complications
How are Medicare patients using interstate telehealth visits?
Most are established patients getting treatment for routine diagnoses
Cybersecurity: How medical practices can protect patient data from hackers
13 tips to keep your patient data safe
What’s next for biotech and health care
Investors face an uphill task this year:Things have been difficult thus far but there will be selective opportunities to recover lost ground and perhaps record some gains this year.
Lawsuit claims Facebook wrongly collects patient data through health system, hospital websites
Federal case follows news report about tracker programmed in patient portals.
Bigfoot or medical records: Which is easier for patients to find?
Patients want their health records, but finding them when they want them proves elusive
Using EHR data for quality improvement focus of new AHRQ handbook
AHRQ publishes new handbook for primary care health IT advisers, practice facilitators to help improve quality through use of clinical EHR data.
Medicare telehealth services in 2022
Has the Medicare telehealth list changed for 2022?
HHS: Strong cyber posture crucial for health care organizations
Threat brief outlines steps to improve computer security in health care.
Texting can be lower-cost tool for patient outreach
Study examines texts and phone calls to get patients in for COVID-19 vaccines.
Docs: Interoperability will be great, if it ever gets here
Survey shows physicians believe in interoperability’s potential to improve their practices, but are burning out while they wait
Choose the best EHR and medical software for your practice
Choosing the right software, including but not limited to an EHR, is crucial for the success of your practice.
App helps diabetes patients better engage in their care
Constant communication and education are critical to help patients manage their diabetes symptoms and avoid costly complications.
Quality, ease of use, type of care are factors in choosing telehealth over in-person patient visits
Study analyzes clinician, patient preferences for primary care, mental health and specialty care.
Telehealth rule flexibility could connect physicians, patients in different states
How to correctly document and bill for patient e-visits
The providers in our clinic want to start billing e-visits. Can they bill for all the communication between the provider and patient through our online portal?
Female physicians spend more time in EHR than male physicians, study says
More than 41 minutes per day in office could be factor in doctor burnout.
Rite Aid, startup Homeward announce plan for primary care clinics at rural pharmacies
Move is latest step in retail, telehealth, venture capital competition with physicians.
Hackers apparently lack honesty
Report shows that health care organizations pay ransoms, but rarely get all their data back
2 Clarke Drive Cranbury, NJ 08512