Government & Policy
Providers, certified IT developers and HIEs should "be on the lookout" for upcoming adjustments in certain timelines, said Deputy National Coordinator Steve Posnack.
Hospital associations call the threat from CMS to withhold Medicare and Medicaid participation for non-compliant data reporting "reckless."
NHSX's Matthew Gould: 'We are doing better at data than we could’ve predicted at the start of the year'
NHSX chief executive Matthew Gould delivered a keynote Q&A yesterday morning at the HSJ Digital Strategy Virtual Summit on NHSX’s work during the pandemic and its future strategy.
He predicted in a Tuesday speech that patients will eventually see telehealth as a "durable and desirable" part of their healthcare experience.
Bradley Merrill Thompson, an FDA-watcher, lawyer and occasional MobiHealthNews guest contributor, joins the MobiHealthNews team for a closer look at what the FDA has been up to around digital health and AI.
The Office for Civil Rights at HHS settled this week with Phoenix-based St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center for $160,000, alleging that a mother was unable to access her son's medical records.
Clinical testing is underway for VUNO Med–DeepCARS based on a clinical trial plan approved by the MFDS in June.
In a virtual town hall Thursday, policy experts weighed in on pivotal healthcare issues in the upcoming election, including the Affordable Care Act.
The medical journal, which has never before weighed in on a presidential race, called for current political leaders to be voted out of office.
Noncompliance with the new reporting rules "could result in termination for both Medicare and Medicaid," said CMS Administrator Seema Verma.