Health outcomes are a result of social, behavioral and economic factors that physicians can’t control—but can help patients with.
Why the old-fashioned fax machine needs to go.
While technology has enhanced care, it has also presented us with new challenges. Take a look at five important HealthTech take-aways from 2019 and how they will help change our industry in the coming year.
For most physicians, EHRs are no longer optional. Even though they are challenging, EHRs are not impossible to use.
How your practice can learn from a recent case
In this tight labor market, stop searching for the perfect candidate. Train them instead.
Government agencies issue additional warnings about connected medical devices and Select communication software
Medical device and communication software continue to be an area of interest for federal government agencies.
Take advantage of new technology and technology consumption habits to improve patient engagement while boosting your bottom line.
Existing medical documentation, particularly EHRs, needs to support physicians — not stymie them — as the industry transitions to value-based care.
Medical practices of all sizes need to pay attention to cybersecurity, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all scenario.