After the Affordable Care Act dominated the news in 2017, the healthcare industry will look at reshaping care delivery and payment systems in 2018, according to a survey.
The group, called Orangeworm, has targeted healthcare providers, medical manufacturers and others in the supply chain.
Cancer patients can connect and be supported by others fighting the disease with a free patient navigation app.
Assistant Managing Editor David May recently talked with Dr. Lloyd Minor about trends in training the next generation of physicians, partnerships with local tech giants, including the Apple Heart Study, and what Stanford Medicine is doing to address physician burnout.
Testingers are teaming with states to hone physician and hospital referrals to food-assistance programs as congressional lawmakers clash over SNAP.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, is making inroads into healthcare with data analytics and considering a move into insurance, according to a new analysis.
The race to create a user-friendly, mobile health portal is on. Traditional electronic health record vendors like Epic and Cerner are being challenged by a heavyweight in consumerism: Apple.
According to an OIG report, the CMS paid telemedicine claims that did not meet Medicare requirements for reimbursement.
The digital health company will use the funding to try to attract new clients and add features to diabetes and hypertension management offerings.
The U.S. Coast Guard will move to the Defense Department's EHR, which could help streamline access to the records, especially if the VA's contract with Cerner moves forward.
While healthcare organizations continue to struggle with ransomware, they also suffer breaches when their employees make mistakes, like leaving a laptop in a car where it can be stolen.
The healthcare industry notoriously struggles with moving data around. But it's quite successful when it comes to selling clinical and claims data on the secondary market.