Upcoming webinars for healthcare providers focused on adopting health information technology and participation in federal initiatives and quality reporting programs for transition to value based care. The webinars listed are free of charge so register today. Check back each week for new events.Read More
By Parth Shah – It is refreshing to finally be back in the full swing of in-person conferences and events, and I feel particularly energized and excited for the future of healthcare upon returning from AHIP 2022 in Las Vegas.
By Jon-Michael Smith – Hospitals generate an enormous amount of data daily, which can be turned into actionable insights that can better operations, save costs and overall produce better patient outcomes. There are several types of data hospitals should be tracking.
By Aan Chauhan – Navigating the complexity of healthcare arises from the fact that care is delivered through an ecosystem of actors such as primary care providers, specialists, pharmacists, labs, and insurance providers, all of whom operate independently from one another, creating a web of obstacles to overcome in providing care.
By Matthew Hawley & Jonathan Starr PharmD – A patient receives automatic refills from a specialty pharmacy for a drug he no longer uses and ends up stockpiling $1 million worth of medication. A pharmacy miscalculates the number of units of a specialty drug prescribed for a patient, resulting in a claim that is $16,000 higher than necessary, yet the claim is paid for by insurance.
By Ahsan Siddiqui – Healthcare data breaches reached a record high in 2021. Indeed, healthcare now sees more cyberattacks than any other industry. Fully one-third of all cyberattacks are aimed at healthcare institutions. Why? Because healthcare is a valuable and vulnerable target.
By Dr. John Sargent – Healthcare in the United States is often better at treating disease than preventing it. Chronic diseases are the leading causes of illness, disability, death and rising healthcare costs in the country. Lifestyle health issues like obesity, high blood pressure and blood sugar, poor diet, and smoking are linked to…
By Frank Fornari PhD – Artificial intelligence and machine learning are transforming the practice of medicine, enabling significant amounts of patient data to be converted and returned to clinicians as actionable and clinically relevant information, guiding diagnoses and treatment decisions.
By David Lazerson – When the COVID-19 vaccines were first made available at the beginning of 2021, Israel exhibited one of the best and fastest inoculation strategies worldwide. By February, the country boasted one of the highest vaccination rates per capita, setting an example for the rest of the world.