American Hospital Association asks Congress for more action as health systems expect to lose $323 billion
By Susan Morse 10:26 am July 01, 2020
HHS is expected to renew the Public Health Emergency before it expires in July, tweeted Michael Caputo, HHS's assistant secretary for public affairs.
By Susan Morse 09:58 am July 01, 2020
Providers can reduce liability, avoid readmissions, prevent costs, and have greater patient satisfaction through a transition of care protocol.
Loneliness is an issue for COVID-19 patients that tech alone can't solve, says former HIMSS employee
By Susan Morse 10:26 am June 29, 2020
Former employee and HIMSS board member Frank Cutitta just marked his 100th day recovering from the coronavirus.
By Susan Morse 09:45 am June 16, 2020
The grant allows Newport Mental Health to analyze trends and integrate multiple sources of data to address needs, improve outcomes and reduce costs.
By Susan Morse 04:25 pm May 27, 2020
Patients want access to everything, according to focus groups interviewed by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
By Susan Morse 10:53 pm May 22, 2020
CMS said it wanted to finalize some proposed policies before the MA and Part D bid deadlines on June 1 for the 2021 plan year.
By Susan Morse 04:34 pm May 14, 2020
The plan is available at a lower premium than standard PPO plans, and offers a specialist referral process.
By Susan Morse 03:25 pm May 13, 2020
By the end of March, 33% of behavioral health claims for Optum members were for a telehealth visit, compared to 2% prior to COVID-19.
By Susan Morse 11:30 am May 05, 2020
Hospital revenues fell 13% in March due to COVID-19, according to the company's flash report.
By Susan Morse 10:23 am May 04, 2020
A continuous cardiorespiratory monitor uses a much larger data set for an analysis of risk for a subacute, potentially catastrophic, illness.
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