Jeff Lagasse is Associate Editor at Healthcare Finance.
By Jeff Lagasse 11:19 am August 14, 2019
The rapid adoption of digital technologies is considered beneficial to providers, but it can lead to cybersecurity gaps.
By Jeff Lagasse 07:07 am July 30, 2019
The fine is the largest ever imposed on any company for violating consumers' privacy, according to the FTC.
By Jeff Lagasse 03:39 pm July 22, 2019
Forty-nine percent of surveyed physicians who had remained independent since 2011 attested to meaningful use of EHRs.
By Jeff Lagasse 01:24 pm July 22, 2019
Surescripts is seeking to cut off PillPack's access to patient data, and the latter, an Amazon-owned company, isn't taking the matter lightly.
By Jeff Lagasse 03:40 pm July 17, 2019
Patients age 60 and over used the portal less than younger patients, and African Americans used the portal less than white patients.
By Jeff Lagasse 03:02 pm July 16, 2019
Physicians of almost all age groups show an interest in pursuing telemedicine jobs or service lines.
By Jeff Lagasse 03:07 pm July 09, 2019
In its review of physician supply and demand, the Association of American Medical Colleges projects a shortage of up to 67,000 specialists by 2032.
By Jeff Lagasse 02:57 pm July 03, 2019
More than half of facilities met the expected level of staffing less than 20% of the time during the one-year study period.
By Jeff Lagasse 03:19 pm June 28, 2019
Nearly half of the 10,000 critical care physicians practicing in the U.S. reported symptoms of severe burnout.
Nonprofit hospitals in Virginia garnish wages more often than for-profit hospitals, yielding only small payoffs
By Jeff Lagasse 11:39 am June 28, 2019
More than 70% of Virginia hospitals that garnish wages are nonprofit, and the money collected is only a tiny percentage of revenue.