Keyword: Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
The number of FDA-approved therapies for personalized medicines has jumped from 20% to 40% in the last few years.
In the final American Osteopathic Association match, 56% of new osteopathic physicians were placed into primary care residencies.
As the adoption of telehealth grows, health IT companies and healthcare providers become responsible for virtual care patient safety.
Former National Coordinator for Health IT Karen DeSalvo, M.D., is joining venture capital firm LRVHealth and more health IT headlines.
Real-world evidence can be a driving force behind value-based care, but the healthcare system has a ways to go before that is a reality, experts said.
Food and Drug Administration staffers were pleased to be back at work on Monday, Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said.
Regulatory issues, product labeling and privacy concerns need to be addressed before AI is widely adopted in clinical decision support systems.
Don Berwick, former CMS administrator and IHI co-founder, sat down with FierceHealthcare to discuss the state of health policy.
A group of recent FDA commissioners from both sides of the aisle agree: the agency should break up with the Department of Health and Human Services.
The FDA has released model 1.0 of the Software Precertification Pilot Program to give guidance to the health IT community about AI.