Cyber crooks used social engineering and exploited authentication protocols in an attempt to divert payments from its Financial Services Center.
A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center sees "opportunities to leverage a broadly defined set of telehealth tools to reduce healthcare disparities post-pandemic."
Study: NYC Black and Latino patients less likely than white patients to use telehealth during pandemic
Using the Mount Sinai De-Identified COVID-19 database, researchers examined information from more than 52,000 unique patients who sought care between March and May.
Stakeholders stressed the importance of a patient-identification strategy in an ONC working session Monday.
Last year, the organizations embarked on a decade-long partnership to advance the health system's AI and ML innovations. Then the novel coronavirus began to spread.
A case report published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association shows how algorithms can be used to augment the contact-tracing process for COVID-19 patients.
The announcement, which was expected last week, had been delayed after reports of pushback from National Institutes of Health officials.
White House task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said the process of HHS bypassing the CDC was meant to be "solely an interim system," according to a WSJ report that HHS later denied.
The company says it will use Nucleus.io's cloud-native technology to complete its own AI-powered medical imaging platform.
A new survey from CynergisTek finds widespread acceptance and use of virtual care among patients – but also shows that many would lose their enthusiasm if data breaches became common.