Prepare providers for telemedicine: 3 critical training areas March 18, 2017By Erin Aas MSN ARNPTo ensure providers are prepared for telemedicine practice, healthcare leaders must provide training in these areas. Managed Care Technology Survey 2017 February 21, 2017By Aubrey WestgateIs your organization on pace with the biggest healthcare technology trends? Here’s your chance to find out. Four tech trends in healthcare in 2017 February 06, 2017By Aine CrytsSeveral changes and transitions will have a huge impact on health IT in 2017 and in future years. Three technology innovations helping Cigna meet customers’ needs February 05, 2017By Mark BoxerAt Cigna, technology is viewed as a strategic enabler that powers its business strategy—creating closer, more meaningful connections with customers. Three reasons telemedicine will grow in 2017 January 18, 2017By Ralph C. DerricksonTechnology, and specifically telemedicine, has an enormous role to play in improvements to clinical work flows, care coordination, and long-term health outcomes. Automated health tracking boosts patient engagement, study shows January 07, 2017By Tracey WalkerConnected devices and apps eliminating the need for manual tracking drive better long-term engagement in healthy activities, a study from Walgreens and Scripps Translational Science, shows. How data analytics combats the opioid epidemicDeaths due to opioid abuse have risen sharply—and show no signs of leveling off. Here’s how data analytics can prevent abuse and diversion. Four ways demand for healthcare data will grow in 2017 December 09, 2016By Rick Ingraham“Repeal and replace” or “replace and improve” activities on The Hill, though not “business as usual,” won’t necessary slow down data-driven focus areas in healthcare that will continue in 2017. Four ways to get your data analytics team up to speed December 01, 2016By Donna MarburyDoes your analytics team have what it takes? Experts share their top recommendations. Remote Patient Monitoring is a Wise Investment for PayersThe results of Geneia’s year-long study – a savings of $8,375 per patient and a slowing of disease progression – demonstrate that remote patient monitoring is a wise investment for payers.