A new pilot program will allow hospital transportation coordinators to schedule and manage on-demand rides for patients who need non-emergency medical care.
Aetna plans to incorporate Apple products into its wellness program during the upcoming open enrollment period to help beneficiaries better manage their…
The use of advanced analytics by payers can improve administrative and medical
costs, provider satisfaction and member health.
While telemedicine is among the federal efforts being used to fight opioid abuse in rural areas, challenges remain for both providers and patients.
Healthcare must address the population of high-risk patients with complex needs, and policymakers have numerous opportunities to rise to the occasion.
Robotics may help alleviate the nation's nursing shortage In fact, one study finds that robots could do as much as a fifth of nurses’ work.
While a growing number of providers have either hired or plan to hire a chief nursing informatics officer, respect and understanding for the position remains…
Healthcare must adopt a culture of innovation, and the internet is helping to bring patients more deeply into that process, HHS CTO Susannah Fox says.
Covered entities need more help from HHS with the specifics of applying key controls outlined by NIST to their particular needs, a new GAO report finds.
The USC Center for Body Computing is launching a Digital Health Access Initiative focused on providing smartphones and data plans to the underserved.
During a recent hearing, HHS officials highlighted new tools to reduce improper payments, even as lawmakers criticized improper payment rates within other…