Susan Morse

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

Denise Hines HIMSS
By Susan Morse 04:43 pm December 11, 2018
Hines is currently is CEO of eHealth Services Group, a health technology consulting firm.
Premier HIMSS19

Premier CEO Susan DeVore is slated to deliver the Friday morning keynote at HIMSS19 in Orlando during February. 

By Susan Morse 12:03 pm November 28, 2018
DeVore is expected to discuss how health systems can move to risk and drive increasing levels of savings and better outcomes.

Dana Gelb Safran

By Susan Morse 11:33 am November 20, 2018
The healthcare venture formed by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase has hired insurance executive Dana Gelb Safran as head of measurement, a data-driven technology position,
Aetna and CVS buildings.
By Susan Morse 03:11 pm November 11, 2018
Whether consumers will benefit from clout, data, lower pricing or not is up for debate.
Waiting room with patients.
By Susan Morse 12:10 pm November 09, 2018
Insurers are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to review medical records, optimize care for chronic conditions, identify risk.
Person filling out a health insurance claim.
By Susan Morse 02:59 pm October 29, 2018
Enrollment in MA is projected to increase by 11.5 percent, and the number of plans to increase by 600 next year.
CMS booth at HIMSS17
By Susan Morse 12:29 pm October 22, 2018
Open enrollment, which begins November 1, will not be negatively impacted, CMS says.
Man working in server room.
By Susan Morse 09:52 am October 22, 2018
Hospitals and medical groups with limited security resources still have leadership options in managed care providers and virtual CISOs.
Man working on a server.
By Susan Morse 07:07 am October 22, 2018
Hospitals and medical groups with limited security resources still have leadership options in managed care providers and virtual CISOs.
By Susan Morse 07:07 am October 16, 2018
Anthem is being held responsible for cyber attacks that stole the protected health information of close to 79 million people.

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