By Anup Panthaloor – As states disenroll millions of individuals from their Medicaid rolls, small and medium sized health plans with managed Medicaid plans face multiple risks. Their Medicaid members are losing access to care, many of them erroneously, with 72% of members being disenrolled for procedural reasons.Read More
By Emily Newton – Research positions surgical robots as game-changing for patients and surgeons. The robots can handle highly precise procedures on delicate body parts. The technology is liked because it allows more accuracy with magnified images from inside a person’s body on high-definition screens.
By John Trest – Part of our Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Healthcare organizations find themselves on the front lines of an ongoing battle to protect sensitive patient information, and emerging information shows that the sector experiences more data breaches than any other industry.
By Jordan Messler MD SFHM FACP – How Clinical Decision Support Tech enables process improvement projects that impact patient safety. Despite decades of research linking patient safety measures to improved financial and clinical outcomes, hospitals often struggle to streamline inefficient workflows.
By Beth Friedman – I’ve attended over two decades of American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) conferences in my career. But this year’s event was remarkably different. At AHIMA23, the association’s legacy of ensuring data quality and protecting patient privacy met face-to-face with today’s most important healthcare issues—
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Throughout the month we will be asking our experts to help us navigate cybersecurity in healthcare. In our final week we are discussing the healthcare supply chain being a key threat to cyber attacks.
By Devin Partida – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Cutting-edge wearable devices can detect early signs of cancer in minutes and alert providers in real time — all from the comfort of the patient’s home. They may permanently revolutionize breast cancer care.
By Karen Conley DNP RN – In recent years, burnout and workforce issues have dominated the headlines. As continuous news cycle about the impact: longer wait times, reduced availability of services, increased healthcare costs, fewer providers, and reduced quality of care, to name a few.
By Amy Brown – We have evolved to support people who like to figure things out for themselves. We’ve got YouTube tutorials and the internet for everything else. Plenty of B2B companies offer their clients DIY options, through customer portals and more. But in the complex healthcare world, DIY often won’t suffice.