Facing a declining population, an enterprising CEO kept one rural hospital afloat by integrating innovative tech-based approaches to care.
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There has been no shortage of regulatory changes under the new Trump administration, but health IT experts say it won't impact industry growth.
The University of Pennsylvania Health System and Independence Blue Cross have agreed to what they describe as a 5-year "groundbreaking" partnership…
To improve patient care out in the field, WellCare is turning to a combination of artificial intelligence and mobile technology.
An Atlanta health system saved Medicare $4.6 million during a 15-month span through a telehealth program that streamlined intensive care.
Community-led population health efforts offer a diverse set of objectives, but one central theme binds them together: access to data.
Telehealth could save hospitals in rural parts of the country an average of $81,000 annually, but the broader community impact would be much higher.
A consumer-focused approach drives much of the work inside Anthem’s Innovation Studio, which opened about a year ago and has already produced results.
A new report from WEDI calls for a culture change to cybersecurity defense within the healthcare industry and urged providers to look beyond basic standards.