Keyword: 21st Century Cures Act
The lawmaker behind the landmark 21st Century Cures Act said interoperability is still the "elephant in the room."
Older beneficiaries and those with a mental health disorder are using telehealth services at far higher rates.
New payment models can drive tech innovation, experts say—that is, if developers can access the data they need to make new tools useful.
One health IT policy expert says the RFI includes some subtle discrepancies with the 21st Century Cures Act.
Panelists at the 2018 AHIP Institute & Expo in San Diego say much more can be done to prevent costly chronic diseases.
A House bill proposed a 29% budget cut to ONC in 2019, less than the White House requested but enough to raise concerns from policy experts.
After years of delays and complaints from industry, a Bush-era policy that cuts reimbursements to long-term care hospitals might finally be dead.
Bipartisan lawmakers are calling out the White House for not issuing mandatory guidance regarding mental health parity in insurance plans.
Lawmakers on two House committees have concerns about CMS' 2019 changes to MA and Part D plans. Industry has also raised concerns.
A new study shows a small percentage of patient safety events are traced back to EHRs, and the lead researcher says it's "just the tip of the iceberg."