Beth Jones Sanborn
Beth Jones Sanborn is Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:11 pm June 15, 2018
One new policy deems drug shortages an urgent public health crisis and seeks to have manufacturing sites deemed critical infrastructure.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:31 pm June 07, 2018
Interest in potentially disruptive technologies abound in the active M&A realm but so do security concerns and dissatisfaction.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 04:39 pm May 23, 2018
Discovered on March 18, the health system was infected with malware that infected its EMR server, patient registration and billing systems for more than a year.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 10:06 am May 04, 2018
New technology that allows providers to readily access meaningful data no matter where it lives in the revenue cycle arrives as hospitals are poised to invest heavily in rev cycle tools.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:10 pm April 23, 2018
The renamed Truven Health Analytics research initiative found that the highest performers achieved better care consistency and alignment across facilities.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:24 pm April 20, 2018
Hospital is advising patients to monitor their explanation of benefits statements to keep an eye suspicious-looking activity.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 07:00 am April 06, 2018
CIOs are acutely aware of the security complications medical devices and telehealth bring.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 06:19 am April 05, 2018
Saving lives can save hospitals money but challenges remain, according to experts who will be speaking at the HIMSS Precision Medicine Summit in Washington D.C. on May 17-18.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:57 pm April 03, 2018
Generational divides surface between millennials, Generation Xers and baby boomers in how they engage with healthcare providers.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 04:19 pm April 02, 2018
The typical manner in which hospital leaders construct their budgets is by clinical and ancillary departments, which can hinder innovation.