Beth Jones Sanborn
Beth Jones Sanborn is Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 09:15 am May 11, 2016
When Leapfrog released its Spring 2016 patient safety grades recently, 15 hospitals got slapped with a very public 'F' grade casting a spotlight on them that no institution wants.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:27 pm April 07, 2016
Winners rank in the top 10 percent of all hospitals when measured against key indicators from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:23 pm March 18, 2016
Ten years ago there was no cyberthreat to healthcare organizations. Today, however, new technologies such as EHR and the Internet itself have created an attack surface to criminals. "
By Beth Jones Sanborn 09:15 am March 11, 2016
Clinton's votes more than doubled those of Bernie Sanders, who came in second in the survey conducted on the show floor at HIMSS16.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 08:09 pm February 29, 2016
LAS VEGAS -- Healthcare teams are striving to work as teams but in many cases, they lack the technology to communicate as a team. That was the message delivered by Neha Patel, MD, director of mobile strategy and applications, and director of quality for Penn Medicine in a HIMSS16 educational session Driving Value from Technology.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 04:57 pm February 29, 2016
Memorial Hermann Physician's network says doctors must be behind the wheel and provide aligned incentives for physicians.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 10:04 am February 04, 2016
The Baylor College of Medicine revenue cycle department has come back from dire situation that saw the division hemorrhaging staff over what CTO Alex Izaguirre called a lack of vision for department.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:07 pm January 20, 2016
Proposed legislation would have charged hospitals $2.50 per active bed charge every day to prevent what some said would be a tidal wave of crippling tax assessments.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:07 pm January 06, 2016
Navigant Consulting has acquired revenue cycle-focused McKinnis Consulting Services for $49 million in cash and $3 million in common stock, the companies announced on Monday.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 02:19 pm December 15, 2015
When it comes to digital health funding, 2015 matched the record-breaking numbers of 2014 with more than $4.3 billion flowing into the industry, according to a Year in Review Report from Rock Health, a venture fund dedicated to backing digital health initiatives.