Beth Jones Sanborn
Beth Jones Sanborn is Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:27 pm March 07, 2018
TransUnion’s Jonathan Wiik weighed in on study released at HIMSS18 that shows Americans can’t afford their healthcare now, and it will get worse.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 07:55 pm March 06, 2018
System said implementing Epic freed them from a legacy system that had them flirting with meaningful use failure, and ultimately redefined their system.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 05:26 pm March 05, 2018
Gerilynn Sevenikar, vice president of revenue cycle Sharp Healthcare, says millennials will reshape the healthcare landscape.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 11:39 am February 27, 2018
Women are still badly underrepresented in information and technology fields, among others. And the pay gaps are widest in fields where female managers dominate.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 08:43 am February 22, 2018
The new platform, which combines Vocera’s tech with newly-acquired products from Extension Healthcare, helps humanize the connection between clinicians and patients.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 09:49 am February 21, 2018
A new approach to preventing falls with telehealth and predictive analytics technologies has implication for other applications of population health data.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 08:26 am February 20, 2018
Expert Nolan Garrett will address HIMSS18 attendees on how to form the right plan for your organization and put it into practice from the top down.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 08:20 am February 16, 2018
This session will focus on lessons learned in getting physician buy-in amidst rampant change fatigue.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 09:59 am February 12, 2018
The daylong HIMSS18 pre-conference symposium will address the unprecedented level of communication, information sharing, and data integration hospitals, payers and policymakers must undertake in the shift from volume to value.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 02:07 pm February 07, 2018
The security vendor will debut show floor sessions so attendees can witness first-hand how easily devices can be compromised.