Mallory Hackett

Mallory Hackett is an Associate Editor at MobiHealthNews. She is a graduate of Miami University, where she studied journalism and public health. Before joining the team, she interned at McKnight’s Long-Term Care News and McKnight’s Senior Living. She also worked for the Oxford Observer, the local newspaper in the town where she went to college, as a health reporter.

By Mallory Hackett 06:22 pm July 31, 2020
The voice vote approves the Foster-Kelly Amendment, which removes language that prohibits federal funding for the adoption of a unique patient ID.
Stethoscope and analytics display.
By Mallory Hackett 05:09 pm July 22, 2020
The company conservatively projects a loss in revenue for 2020 spanning from a 1% to 45% decline compared to its original estimate for each sector.
Hospital interior
By Mallory Hackett 02:36 pm July 20, 2020
These funds are from the $175 billion relief package from Congress.
By Mallory Hackett 11:11 am July 16, 2020
Executives spoke about navigating through the pandemic during the Healthcare Financial Management Association Digital Annual Conference.
By Mallory Hackett 10:51 am July 15, 2020
The company rebuilt the platform to simplify the user experience and increase flexibility for providers through new features and better pricing options.
Digital dashboard illustration.
By Mallory Hackett 10:20 am June 25, 2020
The HHS partnered with the Center for Open Data Enterprise to hold talks aimed at improving how agencies share, integrate, analyze and visualize data.  
Doctor standing in busy hospital.
By Mallory Hackett 10:33 am June 24, 2020
Becoming the employer of choice means facing the challenge of creating an exceptional employee experience.
Mother on the phone holding a child.
By Mallory Hackett 05:36 pm June 15, 2020
Staff, not vendors, answer calls and has available the patient's EHR information.
person hailing rideshare
By Mallory Hackett 05:41 pm June 11, 2020
Providers can schedule rides for patients, get real-time GPS tracking and message drivers.
By Mallory Hackett 05:23 pm June 04, 2020
Hackers are taking advantage of provider distraction to breach health systems.

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