Women In Health IT
The group of high school students has spent nearly two years working on an app aimed at making it easier for patients to find clinical trials related to their health conditions.
In response to a complex and patchwork system, Olivia Adams built macovidvaccines.com to offer a more streamlined experience for Massachusetts residents seeking appointments.
ChristianaCare Chief Information Security Officer Anahi Santiago says she's drawn some lasting lessons from the hectic past 12 months, which offered a powerful reminder that "the human component is integral to the success of information security."
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Virtual care is not a panacea, said panelists at the American Telemedicine Association's EDGE policy conference, so action must be taken to ensure no one is being left behind.
The city will be the first to implement Zocdoc Vaccine Scheduler, which leaders say will sync with existing community-outreach strategies.
The nurse practitioner will serve as "the Nation's Doctor" pending the Senate confirmation of Dr. Vivek H. Murthy.
COVID-19 pushed the New York behavioral health provider into telehealth. It has since fully embraced the technology, enabling it to provide more services for patients.
President-elect Joe Biden announced this week that he had nominated Dr. Rachel Levine to be the assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Based on their experience with Vocera Ease, which helps connect care teams and patients' loved ones during surgeries, 95% of users said they would recommend the hospital to others.