Women In Health IT
On International Nurses Day, RNs from around the country say telehealth, mobile apps and, yes, electronic health records have been integral to providing seamless patient care at their organizations.
Ending racism in healthcare often begins with medical education - and is the target of a new national project
Inequities can be found in every facet of the industry, but targeting medical students and residents can help stem the tide.
With 18.4 million appointments over the past 12 months, the vendor's VP of research identifies some trends in telemedicine adoption, utilization, scheduling and permanence.
Around half of primary care providers are using the standard note templates, resulting in short, efficient charting – with time in notes and note length below Epic's overall average.
Aarti Borkar, vice president of IBM Security, offers expert advice on how healthcare provider organizations can best protect systems and data in this increasingly connected ecosystem.
Mend, a Florida-based telemedicine platform, has released its "enhanced virtual waiting room" to keep patients engaged.
Seniors want to age in place. How do homes need to adapt?
Interested researchers must submit a letter of intent describing their research and how they will use Fitbit’s products and services in it.
Training and teamwork were key, said New Jersey's Preferred Behavioral Health Group, which has made good use of a $420,000 FCC grant.