We’ve rounded up some of the latest news and announcements pertaining to the coronavirus and the healthcare industry.Read More
By David Shelton – The effects of COVID-19 on global health, economies and societies have been well documented and are nothing short of staggering. Millions of Americans face uncertain financial futures, which in turn creates uncertainty for organizations to whom consumers owe money.
By Abhinav Aggarwal – Payers and health organizations struggle to manage the sheer volume of encounter data submissions due to limited visibility into the encounter lifecycle. When an organization lacks visibility into the encounter management process, inaccuracies stemming from a sub-optimal claims process can manifest.
By Kayla Matthews – With so much COVID-19 news coverage, it’s easy to miss other relevant happenings in medicine, such as developments in cancer treatments. Besides making information potentially harder to access, the pandemic also introduced new hardships for people with cancer by complicating their access to care.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought industry-wide attention and sweeping legislative initiatives to telehealth as a means for care delivery in a safe, secure and socially-distant environment. On our second annual panel discussion, our all-star panel of industry leaders discuss where we sit today, still in the midst of a pandemic, and what the future holds for telehealth.
We’ve rounded up some of the latest news and announcements pertaining to the coronavirus and the healthcare industry.
Join Answers Media Network and SPH Analytics as they host front-line leaders in an interactive panel discussion about their views on the role of quality measurement and population health in a post-COVID world.
By Christopher A. Brown – The COVID-19 Pandemic has exposed a chink in the armor of the US healthcare system. It has become clear that our healthcare network is woefully fragmented, with the lack of cooperation between organizations underscored by…
By Rich Herrington & Mary Rose Avila – Over the past decade, a shift has occurred within the healthcare industry. Patients have become empowered as cultural changes, increasing care options, and policy adjustments enable populations to make informed decisions about their care.