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Also, Swiss medtech company launches COVID-19 antibody test.
A new report from the Center for Health Information and Analysis examines the readmission patterns for patients discharged from Massachusetts acute care hospitals.
The updated interim final rule, meant to offer providers and developers more flexibility as they respond to COVID-19, also pushes out health IT certification requirements.
The hospital invested in the technology with an eye toward starting with urgent care and mammography. Suddenly, COVID-19 testing was the focus. Today, use of self-scheduling has grown beyond pre-pandemic levels.
Such a regulation would assist providers with implementing medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder in the longer term.
A new report from Booz Allen Hamilton predicts that the explosion in virtual care offerings will change the way bad actors target health data.
Nonprofit leaders hope that researchers will be able to use the platform to share and access currently siloed patient information.
The health center invested in virtual care workstations with various scopes that allow physicians to remotely guide patients through near-complete examinations.
Even as massive resources have been marshaled to quickly develop new tools, the pandemic still disproportionately affects the populations who may not have access to them.
CareLinx clients can turn to Doctor On Demand clinicians for acute issues such as infections or chronic care management.