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.

Distressed senior with paperwork
By Mallory Hackett 10:19 am January 07, 2021
Northwell reportedly sued thousands of patients last year for unpaid medical bills averaging $1,700.
Amazon lab
By Mallory Hackett 05:52 pm December 21, 2020
From expanding its employee health offerings to launching its first health wearable, Amazon had a busy 2020.
Highmark office building

Photo courtesy of Highmark

By Mallory Hackett 10:47 am December 18, 2020
With the platform, Highmark will support patients and clinicians to increase their engagement throughout the healthcare journey.
Riverside Health System

Photo courtesy of Riverside Health System

By Mallory Hackett 05:22 pm December 14, 2020
The system made no furloughs as a result of COVID-19, was able to give out bonuses and raises, and is on track to meet its financial baseline.
By Mallory Hackett 10:53 am November 25, 2020
When health systems have their staff manage revenue cycles, up to 25% of the day can be spent on repetitive tasks related to the revenue process.
By Mallory Hackett 05:00 pm November 17, 2020
Contactless payment is now being used by nearly 80% of consumers worldwide for health and safety reasons.
By Mallory Hackett 05:19 pm November 16, 2020
Experts say that designing technology for everyone and creating customization features for smaller populations are key in making better solutions for seniors.
By Mallory Hackett 04:40 pm November 13, 2020
Early on in the pandemic, New York City was an epicenter for COVID-19 and had roughly 5% of the world's confirmed cases.
Intermountain Healthcare office
By Mallory Hackett 05:36 pm October 26, 2020
Despite a dip in M&A activity in 2020, analysts predict the pent-up activity from the pandemic will "very likely" cause a surge in deals in 2021.
RWJBarnabas Health building
By Mallory Hackett 10:23 am October 16, 2020
The program is set to begin piloting at select sites in the RWJBarnabas system by completing social determinants of health screenings for patients.

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