technology

Nine best practices in healthcare IT project managementHealthcare organizations must have sound IT project management practices in place to sensibly manage both human and financial resources. Here are nine best practices to follow.
Health Execs: How I power down at the end of the dayWith a high-paced career, it can be difficult to transition from work to home. We asked our editorial advisors to share their secrets.
Who should own healthcare apps?There are more than 165,000 health- and wellness-related apps for iOS, but overall engagement remains low outside the top 10. To best benefit users, who should be responsible for health and wellness apps—employers, healthcare insurers or individual consumers? It depends.
Remote monitoring of diabetics: Applications and reimbursementHere’s how remote monitoring works to improve diabetic patient care, and a look at whether payers are paying for it.
‘Hottest areas’ for healthcare investmentsSterling Partners’ Dan Hosler identifies the subsectors for healthcare investing that can help reduce costs and improve quality.
Effective patient messaging drives higher value healthcareMedication non-adherence is a growing issue for patients, physicians and health plans. Here’s one effective solution.
Technology innovation drives better outcomes in pediatricsA look at some of the technology advances at one hospital, and across the country, that are changing the way pediatric cancer patients are treated.
The digital footprint: A new enigmaThe Millennial generation grew up using computers in classrooms and at home, thus they embrace a world full of technology that excites, providing instant feedback, gratifications, sometimes sadness, and rapid changes in their everyday world.
Plans can use tech to meet new ACA counseling requirementsAn expansion of the ACA requires health plans to cover a new preventive service: Regular nutritional counseling for millions of overweight Americans with other health risks.
Seven wearable devices health execs should watchSome of the newest wearable devices on the market look very different than the wristbands that launched the industry just a few years ago.