Keyword: Journal of Medical Internet Research
A Maryland cardiac practice has agreed to pay the federal government almost $400,000 to settle False Claims Act allegations of improper billing.
A recent study found that patients with diabetes and hypertension who use digital health activity trackers have better medication adherence.
Patients pay equal attention to online ratings that measure a physician’s clinical ability as well as those that measure patient experience, according to a study.
There are four primary reasons patients like having access to the notes doctors and other clinicians write after a visit, according to a new study.
A pilot study using a medical IoT system to reduce bed falls in acute-care hospitals shows promise for protecting a vulnerable patient population.
A new study shows that older patients are interested in using patient portals, but need an educational boost from hospitals.
New evidence shows technology can improve diabetes treatment, and some researchers say safety-net hospitals are well-positioned to integrate that technology.
The next generation of computerized decision-support software will benefit from more robust crowdsourced data.
Free and open-source EHR software offers a low-cost, customizable option for providers, but a new study shows that usability is an ongoing concern.
While telehealth platforms have traditionally revolved around a health system, specialists can now launch their own, offering care to an array of patients.