health IT

6 reasons it's critical to have an IT emergency plan in placeWith small practices largely outsourcing tech support, it’s critical they take steps to be prepared
6 steps to avoid a health IT outage
6 steps to avoid a health IT outageWhen an IT emergency strikes medical practices, there’s a small window to avoid big losses of time and money, so it’s best to have a plan in place.
The next wave of patient-centered health ITEmerging technologies focus on more intuitive tools to assist physicians, improve care
Top ways payers, providers use tech to improve care
Top ways payers, providers use tech to improve careHow payers, providers are improving work flows, patient care, and cutting costs.
Does the rise of digital care spell trouble for primary care practices?
Does the rise of digital care spell trouble for primary care practices?The telehealth boom begs the question: Will the expansion of hospital-based services wind up pulling patients—and revenue—away from primary care practices?
Upgrade medicals devices to shut the backdoor on ransomware attacks
Upgrade medicals devices to shut the backdoor on ransomware attacksThe same MRI machines that reveal the inner workings of the human body can also expose healthcare professionals to lethal attacks by hackers who use medical devices to infect computer systems with ransomware.
How to craft the perfect health IT that delivers for physicians and patientsThe technology is hurting the one group it's supposed to help—doctors.
Is there a real time advantage to telemedicine?Time is money, and nowhere is this truer than in the world of healthcare.
How do physicians care for the digitally isolated?
How do physicians care for the digitally isolated?Although some patients are already harnessing the capabilities of new and emerging technologies enabled by high-speed internet, others are missing out.
New bill would expand Medicare patients ability to utilize telemedicineWhat the Telehealth Innovation and Improvement Act would mean for PCPs