Susan Morse

Susan Morse is Senior Editor of Healthcare Finance and Women in Health IT contributor. You can follow her at @susanmorseHFN

Anah Santiago of Christiana Care Health System, Omar Khawaja of HM Health Solutions, Denise Anderson of H-ISAC and Brian Selfridge of Meditology Services, discuss risk management at the Healthcare Security Forum in Boston.
By Susan Morse 04:39 pm December 09, 2019
IT security is a legacy word, says Brian Selfridge: "This isn't cybersecurity, this is risk."
By Susan Morse 08:40 am November 11, 2019
Tyson headed Kaiser for six years and was there for over 30, managing all major aspects of the integrated health system.
Employees
By Susan Morse 06:45 pm October 29, 2019
The insurance industry will remain but the traditional PPO is beginning to come to an end as costs are outstripping inflation and wages, CEO says.
By Susan Morse 10:04 am October 16, 2019
In the age of consumerism, virtual visits meet consumers where they are, says Anthem executive.
Patient in hospital bed
By Susan Morse 06:41 pm October 10, 2019
UCLA researchers have found that pressure ulcers first form on the inside of the body at a cellular level, says researcher and CEO Martin Burns.
Doctors looking at clipboard.
By Susan Morse 03:05 pm October 09, 2019
Example of change is allowing a hospital to donate free cybersecurity software to each physician that refers patients to its hospital.
Man and woman in workout class
By Susan Morse 03:40 pm October 07, 2019
Members are given financial and other rewards for participating.
Nurse caring for elderly patient
By Susan Morse 05:26 pm September 27, 2019
Medicaid serves the population most adversely impacted by the social determinants of health.
By Susan Morse 01:32 pm September 23, 2019
Plans are hampered by current CMS policy and provider coding that often does not reflect social needs, Urban Institute report says.
Arial shot of a suburb
By Susan Morse 05:11 pm September 16, 2019
In high-priced areas in California, the partnership is working to keep affordable apartments from becoming the next million dollar condos.

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