Friday at Five
By Liz Szabo – As an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a covid vaccine. She received her second dose even before President Joe Biden. Yet South said she’s in no rush to throw away her face mask.
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.
By Devin Partida – The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented worldwide strain on health care resources around the world. These issues force medical professionals to do the best work they can without essential resources. Here are five of the most critical resource shortages they must contend with in their line of work.
Follow and join the conversations with #ONCAPI. A recent ONC virtual event, Accelerating APIs in Healthcare: A Year in Review and Momentum for 2021, featured more…
Conferences are a good way to get the newest information, network, earn some needed continuing education, or get back in touch with peers. With the pandemic still raging, companies are moving forward with their conferences and events online. Here are some upcoming virtual events to consider.
This week we started our annual line up of 12 Days of Christmas Posts. During these 11 days, we take a look back at some of the biggest news, issues, and trends in the industry. Our regular contributors also weigh in on the year that was, as well as offer predictions and advice for the new year. ICYMI here are the first 5 days so far.
‘Tis the season for gift giving and spreading joy and cheer. No one deserves more happiness and love in their lives this year than our…
Sharing lists on addressing racial disparities in COVID-19, tools for future health care workers to succeed, job searching, creating meaningful connections with patients, recruiting at home employees, and how patients are in the drivers seat to their own healthcare.