Even after the pandemic, patients will be unwilling to return to the less-streamlined status quo, says Clive Smith.
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.
The partnership marks another foray for the ride-sharing app into the healthcare sphere, and offers another way for providers to help address patients' social determinants of health.
The transfer of the Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) system for health insurance to all public and private hospitals across the emirate has been completed.
The machine learning model, which has been shown to have up to 90% precision, may help clinicians to determine which patients can be sent home safely.
Noncompliance with the new reporting rules "could result in termination for both Medicare and Medicaid," said CMS Administrator Seema Verma.
The latest results from the HIMSS Women in Health IT (WHIT) EMEA Annual Survey found that lower salary, exclusion from decision making, increased workload and fewer public speaking opportunities are the major forms of discrimination for respondents.
Reps. Robin Kelly and Anna Eshoo said that while telemedicine has the potential to expand access to care, it has also highlighted disparities in the U.S. healthcare system.
UK health secretary, Matt Hancock says test error “should never have happened.”