Susan Morse

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

HIMSS Sign
By Susan Morse 11:58 am February 17, 2020
In Orlando, health IT professionals will get an update on what FHIR currently can and can't do - and what to expect from it going forward.
Doctor explaining medical display
By Susan Morse 05:29 pm February 12, 2020
The technology is there to make navigating the health system easier for those who have traumatic brain injury, says HIMSS20 speaker Laura Jantos.
Dcotor talking to patients
By Susan Morse 05:28 pm February 10, 2020
Whole person care means aligning the goals of the patient to the care team.
Christiana Care Health System
By Susan Morse 05:06 pm February 04, 2020
Innovation is a core competency that needs to be the responsibility of everyone, says HIMSS20 speaker Kristen Raber.
By Susan Morse 10:11 am January 28, 2020
What's important to the patient is a care plan that integrates shared decision-making on both treatment and cost, speaker says.
By Susan Morse 06:07 am January 17, 2020
What's important to the patient is a care plan that integrates shared decision-making on both treatment and cost, speaker says.
Executive meeting with doctor
By Susan Morse 03:41 pm January 14, 2020
KLAS rated firms Evolent Health, Lumeris, Caravan Health, Conifer Health Solutions, Arcadia, Health Catalyst, HealthEC and Lightbeam.
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.

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