Remote patient monitoring, clinical quality measures, medicare, millennials and COVID are a few of the topics in this list of research. Here are some new reports and studies that we thought interesting enough to share.Read More
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The pandemic is still taking an impact on healthcare revenue. Digital health and telehealth will continue to show growth. And MGMA report identifies biggest lessons and priorities for Medical Practices in 2021.
Here are recent reports and surveys showing us the pandemic is still and will continue to impact healthcare in every part of the industry. ACO participation reached its lowest level during previous administration. Cyber criminals continue to persist on attacks to obtain health data.
The pandemic is still impacting healthcare on every front. From projected physician shortages, sustaining patient volumes, hospital financial woes, staff training, to health IT application solutions, these are the continued challenges our providers are facing.
In our disrupted time of COVID, what are we learning, how are we performing, and what are the impacts in healthcare? Here are recent reports and surveys with some answers and as always leaving us with more questions.
InstaMed, a J.P. Morgan company, released the 10th edition of the Trends in Healthcare Payments Annual Report. The report highlights trends from all major industry stakeholders: consumers, providers and payers.
The nation’s hospitals are suffering significant financial damage as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic response. Kaufman Hall’s data from more than 800 U.S. hospitals show that volume and revenue declines, along with flat to rising expenses, resulted in…
A new white paper by MIT Professor Alex “Sandy” Pentland suggests that digital tools that certify a person’s health status can be used to create “safe” environments for workers and customers—while also protecting people’s personal privacy.
“Healthcare software support is on the cusp of change, and as healthcare technologies evolve and improve, they are reshaping the very nature of what client services and tech support are,” said Doug Brown, president of Black Book Research.