Listen NOW!

For the latest on what’s new, what’s trending, or what’s next, 24/7 all talk all healthcare and health IT.

Latest News




Is HIPAA Obsolete?

By Jay Eisenstock – In 2003, the health care industry scrambled to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule. This rule is composed of regulations for the use and disclosure of Protected Health Information in healthcare treatment, payment and operations by covered entities.


Interoperability

State HIE News and Updates 9-15-20

State HIEs come in all shapes and sizes but have one thing in common: To improve the quality, safety and efficiency of health care delivered in their states. Check in on the latest news and updates being reported by these organizations.

Read More

Regulatory


HealthcareNOW Radio


919697

Listeners

357949

Plays

1171

Episodes

Listen to Episodes On Demand

Healthcare Revenue Cycle and Finance


Digital Health & Telemedicine

Sustainable Telehealth: Security Risk Analysis

By Jim Tate – Whether you are a solo practice or a large hospital system, the requirement to protect electronic health information is mandated. HIPAA regulations tell us that “all e-PHI created, received, maintained or transmitted by an organization is subject to the Security Rule”.

Read More

Analytics & Population Health

Sorting out AI, ML, DL, and NLP

This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include Onfido, Delfin Health, Welldoc, University of Maryland, Change Healthcare, Samsung Medison, Intel, TractManager, Atomwise, GC Pharma, Viz.ai, Microsoft for Healthcare & Wolters Kluwer, Health.

Read More

Health IT Security Privacy and Compliance

Is HIPAA Obsolete?

By Jay Eisenstock – In 2003, the health care industry scrambled to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule. This rule is composed of regulations for the use and disclosure of Protected Health Information in healthcare treatment, payment and operations by covered entities.

Read More