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Deep Dive: Female-led digital health startups still have a long road ahead to overcome funding and other challenges in a male-dominated industry.
The Oregon health system already had telemedicine in its eight hospitals when COVID-19 struck. The pandemic demanded a change in virtual care strategy.
Dr. Charlotte Jones-Burton, who leads Otsuka’s Global Clinical Development on Nephrology, discusses how COVID-19 has changed care.
In a conversation with George Halvorson, the CEO discusses interoperability, telehealth, rapid dissemination of new clinical insights and the ability to do installs and go-lives quicker and less expensively.
The financial IT used by University Physicians’ Association increased patient payments by 43%, and the payment lag for self-pay patients is down 20 days. “That’s huge,” a UPA exec says.
Training and teamwork were key, said New Jersey's Preferred Behavioral Health Group, which has made good use of a $420,000 FCC grant.
Some companies are betting on telehealth's "gold rush," but virtual care may run into limiting factors.
After a wildfire wreaked havoc on Santa Rosa Community Health, the organization cured IT instability and other challenges by turning to a one-stop-shop tech-services vendor.
A physician expert in RPM discusses why the technology is so important to patient care and outcomes, and describes what needs to happen to capitalize on its promise.
The pandemic has underlined the importance of nurses working together and ensuring we are better prepared for any future crisis, as highlighted during the 'European Nurses Facing COVID-19' webinar hosted by HIMSS.
A gender-equal world can be healthier, wealthier and more harmonious – what's not great about that? For this year's International Women's Day, three HIMSS Future50 leaders share their thoughts.
For International Women's Day, NHS Digital executive director of product development Wendy Clark outlines her journey into healthcare IT.
Now more than ever, networking is key to getting ahead.
Effective leadership has never been more important. Around the world, women leaders have proven they know how to lead in a crisis. Join the 2020 HIMSS’s Most Influential Women in Health IT recipients for an engaging panel. Learn how these distinguished women are leading during the pandemic and how they approach change.
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Laura Lovett is Managing Editor of MobiHealthNews where she covers the intersection of healthcare and technology. She is also a contributing editor to Women in Healthcare IT at Healthcare IT News. Before coming to MobiHealthNews she worked for Gatehouse Media, where she earned a New England Newspaper Association award. Most recently Lovett won a Umass Medical Media Fellowship. Lovett was educated at the University of East Anglia, the University of Massachusetts and Oxford University.
Susan Morse is Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance and Women in Health IT contributor. You can follow her at @susanmorseHFN
Kat Jercich is the Senior Editor at Healthcare IT News. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Advocate, and others. Previously, she was Vice President and Managing Editor at Rewire.News.
Mallory Hackett is an Associate Editor at MobiHealthNews. She is a graduate of Miami University, where she studied journalism and public health. Before joining the team, she interned at McKnight’s Long-Term Care News and McKnight’s Senior Living. She also worked for the Oxford Observer, the local newspaper in the town where she went to college, as a health reporter.
Bill Siwicki is Features Editor of Healthcare IT News. Bill has 32 years of experience in journalism, with nearly 20 years in healthcare IT and healthcare finance, along with extensive expertise in mobile technology.