Normally, the 4th of July is filled with family and friends, but this year a typical celebration could further spread COVID-19 and endanger lives. Celebrate safely by limiting the size of gatherings, physical distancing, wearing masks & washing hands often.Read More
As Americans have benefited from tele-health and other innovations thanks to COVID-19 regulatory relief, future medical advances will be stymied unless policymakers remove road blocks that make it difficult for entrepreneurs to develop new technology and for patients to access it…
Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said on the Senate floor that “now, during this pandemic when we have got our eye on the ball,” is the time for Congress to act on needed changes to prepare for the next pandemic.
By Suzanne Cogan – With COVID-19, we’re navigating new territory in client communications. Here’s how to apply best practices to the healthcare industry.
By Seema Verma – CMS released preliminary data on COVID-19 derived from Medicare claims. The data provides a highly instructive picture of the impact of COVID-19 on the Medicare population.
By Cameron Wood – From the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers have been reaching out to us expressing some of the most difficult decisions they have ever been faced with; Practices are struggling to keep their doors open as costs mount, and revenue has fallen significantly.
The Federal Communications Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau approved an additional 77 funding applications for the COVID-19 Telehealth Program. Health care providers in both urban and rural areas of the country will use this $29.41 million in funding to provide telehealth services during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Luke Smith – Our world is changing more quickly than many older generations ever imagined. This is especially true in the healthcare industry where new technologies and healthcare revolutions seem just around the corner every single day.
By Art Gross – The Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) was created in 1996 to protect patients and their privacy, and if you are in healthcare, you already know this and are familiar with what it means.