Where healthcare challenges find solutions
Today’s patients are becoming consumers who expect a convenient, personalized and intuitive experience in all aspects of their lives, including interactions with healthcare providers. Read about the innovations that engage, inform and empower patients.
As healthcare providers work to engage patients and identify mental health needs, they're facing a new challenge: a shortage of mental healthcare professionals. So they're turning to apps.
Hospitals and health systems are turning—albeit slowly and cautiously—to digital tools to engage mental health patients, hoping to improve access and outcomes.
North Carolina is transforming its Medicaid program to focus on patients' social determinants as the main drivers of health outcomes, according to Dr. Mandy Cohen, secretary of the North Carolina Health and Human Services Department.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, just hired yet another healthcare executive, former Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove, this time for Google Cloud. With a push into healthcare, the company is putting pressure on traditional players to innovate.
The new chief health informatics officer will manage the CMS' interoperability and general health IT strategy, according to a blog post from CMS Administrator Seema Verma. The application period for the position closes July 20.
Despite progress, hospitals and health systems still struggle with patient matching, putting patient safety and efficiency on the line.
The CMS couldn't yet disclose specific changes to the methodology, but an agency official told Modern Healthcare the changes will likely involve finding a way to mitigate the impact that changes to measures have on hospitals' overall ratings.
The CDC wants to research whether gay and transgender people of color could receive better access to care and experience reduced HIV infection rates if they discuss insurance coverage with their providers earlier.
A new study published Tuesday shows hospitals aren't fully relying on medications to treat opioid use disorder. Experts say that's a missed opportunity to expand treatment to thousands of people.
Almost all healthcare organizations surveyed by EY are either in the process of adopting new technology or are planning on doing so in the next year.
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