Government & Policy
Deep Dive: While COVID-19 will remain a challenge in 2021, the vaccines raise hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
This week's top stories include Biden announcing health-related appointees and nominees, including appointing Jeffrey Zients as head of the White House's COVID-19 response team and Micky Tripathi as head of National Coordinator for Health IT.
During this webinar, healthcare leaders compare the public health response strategies of two very different health systems in Europe.
Dr. Suliman Alomran, medical informatics lecturer at the College of Medicine, King Saud University, discusses Saudi Arabia's response to COVID-19, the contact tracing apps adopted and the digital platforms that will be used long after the pandemic.
OASIS CEO Thamer Shaker says all stakeholders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are working toward a roadmap to ensure alignment with government policy to drive digital innovation in healthcare.
Nala CEO Othman Abahussein says government initiatives have helped meet user demands and drive digital health in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, reflected in the rise of telemedicine and e-prescriptions.
This week's top stories include the Supreme Court seeming willing to keep the Affordable Care Act, Google Cloud unveiling AI tools for analyzing unstructured medical text, and Epic customers gaining access to a COVID-19 risk prediction model.
This week's top stories include Under Armour throwing all its weight behind MapMyFitness, HHS unveiling its 2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan, and CMS approving a Georgia waiver for a non-ACA marketplace.
This week's top stories include malicious actors looking to infect health systems on a large scale, and provider groups pushing back against Trump's claims that doctors are inflating COVID-19 numbers.
Government awards startup $481M for coronavirus testing; public hospitals compounding COVID-19 budget risks
This week's top stories include Cue Health delivering 100,000 COVID-19 tests per day by March, and hospital associations calling CMS' threat to withhold Medicare and Medicaid participation for non-compliant data reporting "reckless."