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A prerequisite for any successful partnership is to first know thyself.
The midterm elections' major implication for the healthcare industry? Some much-needed predictability.
PHI marketplace firms are increasingly approaching patients directly in a bid to develop identified health data sets.
Healthcare can't afford social determinants of health to become another quickly abandoned healthcare fad.
Nonprofit hospitals will have to take a hard look at the impact of the Republican tax overhaul on their organizations and the salaries they pay.
Telehealth and health informatics stakeholders reiterated concerns about the FCC's decision that was met with immediate legal challenges.
Artificial intelligence technology has promise for healthcare, but providers looking to deploy the technology face barriers.
For hospitals with complex systems, keeping up with security patches can be an "overwhelming task." A lack of cybersecurity professionals doesn't make it easier.
How, and whether, to reimburse for use of digital health tools is complicated, says attorney Dale Van Demark, who breaks down some pros and cons.
Changes in the healthcare landscape make the provider-sponsored health plan model more likely to succeed this time around, according to National Law Review.