By Miriam Paramore – Help Bob Get His Meds: Expanding Digital Communication Pathways to Bring Greater Savings and Transparency to Patients. Visit OptimizeRx at booth 8300-29 at HIMSS20.Read More
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By Gopal Khanna MBA – As the Nation continues to reel from the opioid crisis—a public health epidemic that claims at least 130 lives per day—we continue to look for ways to limit the damage.
By Daniel Cidon – Discussion around unique patient identifiers took center stage during the 2020 ONC annual meeting in Washington D.C. recently. Consensus among panelists, which included a diverse range of industry stakeholders, was that…
By Ed Simcox – After proudly serving as Chief Technology Officer at HHS, I have accepted an offer to move back to the private sector. This is a difficult decision for me. With that said, I’m excited about the next chapter and look forward to bringing my experiences to a growing, exciting part of the health sector.
By Doreen DeGroff – January 2021 is rapidly approaching for hospitals and providers to meet the Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) program deadline yet many organizations are reporting that the AUC implementation is proving to be more complex than…
By Art Gross – If in 2019 you had a HIPAA breach that affected fewer than 500 individuals, you must report that to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) by Saturday, February 29, 2020.
New Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Jennifer Goldsack, an Olympian who competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics for the US Rowing team and the Executive Director of the Digital Medicine Society (DiME).
By Jeffrey Goldsmith – Deploying IoT involves the installation of infrastructure, specific sensors, computers and cameras. However, to successfully deploy IoT this must also include real-time analytics, and introducing AI technologies into the mix creates AIoT.
By Matt Fisher – As the healthcare industry awaits a final rule on information blocking and enabling easier access to data by individuals, divisions are becoming more apparent between patients and individuals on the one hand and some portions of the healthcare industry on the other hand.