Practices have shied away from listing healthcare prices online, but doing so can benefit both patient AND provider, says one expert.
Practices have to take responsibility for potential liability issues surrounding use of the EHR. Not doing so can have disastrous consequences.
Healthcare cyberattacks can put your patients and medical practice at risk. The good news is there are both high-tech and no-tech means to be safe.
Prepping for a new agreement with a health IT vendor on a critical piece of technology? Consider these 10 tips before signing on the dotted line.
Providers and vendors alike at HIMSS16 seem to have reached a better understanding on how important data security is to their everyday business.
New guidance from HHS’ Office of Civil Rights has not only clarified patients’ rights to request a medical record, but also what practices can charge.
Physicians shouldn't look at as telehealth as a threat, but rather as something that can bring them closer to their patients and improve care.
With some planning, staff cooperation, and the right technology vendors, one practice shows that getting patients to pay can be done more effectively.
The combination of high-tech and “high-touch” patient advisors can not only improve health outcomes, but produce a return on investment.
Christiana Care Health System has relied on health IT tools, care coordinators, and stakeholder buy-in to drive its care management success.