Covid-19Mysterious Ailment, Mysterious Relief: Vaccines Help Some COVID Long Haulers
As the U.S. pushes to get people vaccinated, a curious benefit is emerging for those with this post-illness syndrome: Their...
StrategyOne Year Later: Atlantic Health System CEO Shares COVID Learnings, Innovations
Atlantic Health System CEO Brian Gragnolati shares how the New Jersey-based health system took its learnings from the pandemic and...
Clinical CareImproving Interoperability
How physicians can support better technology development.
TechnologyAnthem Teams up with K Health and Blackstone Growth for Digital-First Health Tech JV
Hydrogen Health will leverage K Heath's AI technology to bring digital-first healthcare to employers, insurers, and the public.
TechnologyCyber-Risk Lifecycle Management Tool Appeals to Cedars-Sinai CISO
Broader set of tech tools tracks vendors' business agreements, use of PHI.
TechnologyReport: Healthcare Hacking Incidents Rose 42% in 2020
The study found that hacking incidents increased for the fifth consecutive year.
TelehealthCleveland Clinic's Virtual Second Opinion Program Changes Medical Treatment
Nearly three-quarters of recommendations change treatment plans; more than a quarter of opinions result in a change of diagnosis.
InnovationMicrosoft's Pending Nuance Acquisition Sends Wake Up Call to Health Tech Industry
Transaction heralds the significance of voice technology innovations to the future of healthcare.
FinanceFirefly Health CEO, Executive Chairman Discuss $40M Fundraising Round
Firefly Health CEO Fay Rotenberg and executive chairman Jonathan Bush outlined how the Series B funding round will support the...
TechnologyAI Can Improve Clinical Documentation, Reduce Physician Burden
AHIMA and 3M describe benefits of artificial intelligence in improving clinician workflows.
InnovationAwards Program Seeks Outstanding Digital Health Performers
Analyst firm focuses its 2021 annual awards program on products and companies that may have a considerable future market impact.
TechnologyQ&A: HIPAA for Wearable Devices
Companies like FitBit are not covered entities, so they have no obligation to comply with HIPAA regulations.