InnovationHospital Suppliers Take To The Skies To Combat Dire Shortages Of COVID-19 Gear
As the coronavirus sweeps the nation, a new survey reveals widespread medical shortages while hospitals give up on a fractured...
FinanceNearly One-Fifth of Providers Dealing With Higher Medical Mask Prices
Still, more than 80% of providers reported having a plan to conserve medical masks, according to a recent survey.
Innovation3 Ways to Tame Chronic Disease With Technology
How health systems are using apps, at-home monitoring, and virtual care to bring chronic disease management into control.
FinanceCoronavirus Could Disrupt U.S. Medical Supply Lines
For U.S. hospitals, an outbreak of the coronavirus would increase demand for services, but also increase costs.
InnovationIs Your Organization Prepared for Interoperability Compliance?
The Sequoia Project releases a guidebook for the health IT community.
Innovation4 Ways Children's National Hospital Is Conquering Innovation
With a focus on the challenge of developing pediatric devices, Chief Innovation Officer Kolaleh Eskandanian, PhD, MBA, PMP, has tackled...
InnovationA Novel Surveillance Tool for Flu: Fitbit
Heart rate, activity, and sleep data hold promise for population-level influenza tracking.
FinanceResMed to Pay $39.5M to Settle Kickback Allegations
The kickbacks took the form of free 'resupply services' for provider-customers who pushed their CPAP products.
InnovationUPMC to 'Deploy' $1B for Medical Start-ups
The commitment includes a $200 million immunotherapy-focused partnership with the University of Pittsburgh.
Clinical CareReports Of Patients' Deaths Linked To Heart Devices Lurk Below Radar
The FDA's registry exemption program makes key death data about heart devices inaccessible and can take up to two years...
Clinical CareMedical Device Failures Brought To Light Now Bolster Lawsuits And Research
For nearly two decades, malfunctions and injuries linked to more than 100 medical devices were funneled into an FDA database...
Clinical CareDOJ Levels False Claims, Kickback Allegations Against a South Dakota Neurosurgeon
DOJ last month resolved related civil complaints against Sanford Health, which agreed to pay $20.2 million.