Symmetric Health Solutions CEO Rich Kucera and Northern Light's Matt Marston discuss how supply chain shortages have plagued health systems during COVID-19 as well as Northern Light's successful vaccine rollout.
This week's top stories include a plea from medical groups to increase efforts to collect ethnicity data when administering vaccinations, the release of Apple Hearing Study results, and Johnson & Johnson and Merck ramping up vaccine manufacturing.
Dr. Nishi Rawat, cofounder of OpenBeds, an addiction treatment connection service, talks about the mental health and substance abuse disorder crisis and the role health IT can play in managing it.
Black pioneers in the medical field have made digital healthcare innovation possible, says Iris Frye, founder of Parity Health Information & Technology.
This week's top stories include the ClassPass app providing the most convenient locations to receive vaccinations, N.J. blaming Microsoft for vaccine registration glitches, and COVID-19 costs catching up to insurers.
HIMSS TV contributor, entrepreneur and patient advocate Kate Milliken shares her COVID-19 journey and how she talked her doctor into prescribing monoclonal antibody treatment.
Xealth CEO Mike McSherry discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has created the need for more integrated digital tools.
This week's top stories include the top 10 things CEOs and CFOs say they got right during the pandemic, 43 states improving telehealth reimbursement policies, and Fitbit adding blood glucose tracking to its connected app.
Here's a look at what Johns Hopkins' website offers that enabled it to grow visits to more than 38 million in seven months – plus advice on what you can do at your organization.
Dr. Ben Maruthappu, CEO of Cera, says digital tools can help the elderly live longer and better in the home. Technology also eases pressures on various health and care systems.