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
American Hospital Association urges caution with prior auth automation
AHA requesting CMS agencies to pilot technology and workflows prior to implementing regulations
Doctors’ telehealth use: past, present and future
What services is telehealth best suited for?
Why artificial intelligence in health care needs regulation
‘Good machine learning practices’ are needed to address the unique social, legal, and ethical concerns potentially raised by AI.
Avoiding the ‘telehealth cliff’: What happens after the public health emergency
Congress will have to take action to keep the telehealth floodgates open, so uncertainty remains.
Health care digital transformation can drive patient loyalty
The right digital health capabilities can improve patient engagement and build loyalty
Is your practice information blocking?
Determine if your practice is data blocking before it costs you.
Are AI assistants key to fixing physician burnout?
The results of physician trials led by the AAFP Innovation Lab are very promising.
Improving health equity at your practice
An overview of how to get started in a health equity initiative.
HIMSS22 keynote: Fundamental challenge is to merge traditional medicine with technology
The HIMSS22 Global Health Conference opened with a call to action for the health care industry.
Interoperability: the next chapter
The trends that will drive interoperability in 2022 and beyond.
5 steps to make telehealth work for physicians and patients
There are barriers to telehealth adoption that physicians must overcome to realize the technology’s promise.
Health care providers are main source of information blocking complaints
211 possible cases involving hospitals and physicians have been reported through the ONC portal
Teladoc, Amazon announce partnership for telehealth through Echo devices
‘Alexa, I want to talk to a doctor’
Health care organizations warned to guard against additional cyberattacks because of war in Ukraine
There are no specific threats at this time, but the U.S. government is warning all organizations to boost security as a precaution
The tech savvy physician: The hidden burdens of telehealth
Although much of the discourse around telehealth rightfully focuses on its benefits, the potential drawbacks and limitations are often glossed over, particularly around provider burden
The tech savvy physician: Integrating social determinants of health into health data exchanges
When housing, transportation and other nonclinical data are shared electronically, clinicians can better understand their patients’ needs
The tech savvy physician: How to evaluate technology for your practice
Don’t buy until you try: How to tell whether the ‘next big thing’ is right for your practice
When it comes to hackers, small medical practices are still at risk
Small does not equal safe from cyber danger.
What is precision medicine?
Automatically smarter: Spending less time on billing to earn more practice revenue
Medical billing is complex and time-consuming. Does it have to be?
5 Ways Digital Health is Reshaping Patient Care in 2022
Innovative technologies offer powerful potential to providers, patients, and payors
6 EHR-related medical malpractice landmines
EHRs are increasingly leading to malpractice lawsuits. Here’s six issues to avoid.
69% of patients would switch providers for better services
Report shows public’s desire for more convenience and empathy
The ransomware threat: 3 steps to protect your practice
Ransomware is perhaps the greatest cybersecurity challenge facing the healthcare industry right now.
Amazon expands telehealth services to cover entire country
In-person services also will be available in eight more cities.
Using behavioral science and AI to meet the needs of patients and providers
Leveraging insights from AI and behavioral science can improve financial outcomes as well as clinical ones.
Survey: Hackers usually seek financial information in healthcare attacks
Phishing is still the leading way hackers attack healthcare organizations.
Pressure mounts on Congress to enact telehealth reform
Two letters ask that pandemic-era flexibilities become permanent.
Top 10 tips for medical practices to prevent cyberattacks
There are many technologies and solutions that medical practices can implement to help prevent the theft and encryption of data.
Common coding mistakes and how AI is resolving them
Accurate coding is one of the most intricate and often frustrating tasks that doctors and staff must do.
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