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Researchers hope health insurers and public programs will pay for financial education to reduce healthcare costs.
Improved screening for left ventricular dysfunction could help providers prescribe treatments to prevent patients from developing symptoms and lower hospitalization and mortality risks.
Unlike consumer-focused industries, providers are bound by HIPAA—restricting what staff can post online, even in response to a patient complaint posted publicly.
Fitbit, which is owned by Google, has scored FDA clearance for an algorithm that passively monitors wearers' heart rate data as they sleep.
Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, has one of the highest COVID-19 death rates with 591 per 100,000 residents as of mid-March, compared with 298 deaths nationally.
Joint replacement pay reform may have worsened disparities for some, but not for Alzheimer's patients.
As the industry grapples with combating disparities, healthcare organizations need to find new ways to measure the impact of racism on health, a new paper says.
Magellan Health's pharmacy benefits management division has partnered with Zipline to deliver specialty drugs to members, starting in North Carolina.
Amazon next month will release a set of voice applications for patients to use while in the hospital through its Alexa Smart Properties division. The new offering grew out of work Amazon did with hospitals and health systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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