To get better insight into its performance on CAHPS and HOS, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care devised its own proxy survey.
People who are happy are more likely to stick with wellness programs that include wearables, according to a new study.
Sutter Health is using real-time analytics to drive operational changes that can reduce pharmaceutical costs—an approach executives want to replicate.
The updated OIG work plan will evaluate Department of Health and Human Services' response to cybersecurity threats.
The former executive director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations was charged in federal court this week for his role in a fraud conspiracy.
An analysis of Medicare spending shows HIEs have the potential to save Medicare more than $3 billion each year.
A new study adds to mounting evidence that telemedicine can save patients two things they value most: time and money.
Eight EHR vendors say it’s "inconceivable" a company would prohibit data sharing, highlighting a deep divide over how to define information blocking.
Mandatory e-prescribing and nationwide data sharing are critical steps to reining in the opioid epidemic, according to a representative from Oklahoma.
The use of big data and community and provider outreach are all components of Blue Cross Blue Shield plans' strategies to address the opioid crisis.