By Matt Fisher – It used to be that almost a day could not go by without the report of a phishing attack. Now seemingly a day cannot go by without a ransomware attack being reported. While phishing may be a route in, it is not the only way to get past an organization’s defenses.Read More
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By Pavani Munjuluri – When it comes to intelligent process automation (IPA) in healthcare, multiple stakeholders drive technology adoption. Payers, providers and patients all bring their own unique interests and perspectives on how healthcare should operate and in what areas IPA should be used.
New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Andrew Suggs, Co-Founder of Live-Chair – addressing healthcare disparities through the community of trusted barbers and barbershops (long the center of medicine and in particular surgery).
By Leo Pak – With the national opioid crisis worsening during the pandemic, LANES participants who are licensed prescribers and pharmacists can be confident of querying the right individual with the right medical record’s prescribed narcotics history through its CURES connectivity.
By Zachary Fox – Things have changed since the frenzy of EHR adoption in the years following passage of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act over 10 years ago. The once greenfield opportunities with first-time EHR buyers is now a crowded “rip and replace” market.
By David Shelton – A staggering 90% of physicians say manual prior authorizations are a concern, according to the 2019 CAQH Index. Further magnifying the current situation are payers’ intentions to increase prior authorization requirements for even more services in the near future.
By Sarianne Gruber – I called CJ Wilson to congratulate him on claiming this year’s Best Wearable at the Health Digital Tech Awards. Modestly, he told me it wasn’t him; his team had won. A former investment banker and a venture capitalist for early-stage companies, he is currently the CEO and Founder of MyHealth.Us.
In this episode of Value-Based Care Insights, Daniel J. Marino and Shaillee J. Chopra talk to Dr. Zeev N. Kain, MD, MBA. Dr. Kain is a Yale- and Harvard-trained physician, a thought leader, and an innovator. Take a listen, now on demand.
By William Hersh MD – I like to believe that I have made many contributions to the field of biomedical and health informatics over the years, but I suspect the one that will most define my legacy in the field is the conceptualization and implementation of the first and still flagship course of the AMIA 10×10 program.