Keyword: Pew Charitable Trusts
Three senators are concerned about the FDA's Pre-Cert program. VA and DOD leaders pledge accountability on EHR modernization.
Echoing a report from the Pew Charitable Trusts, a panel of experts emphasized the need for standards to resolve patient matching issues.
Scott Gottlieb voiced his support for changing business models to one he believes would better incentivize companies to create new antibiotics.
Children are not just little adults—and that premise extends to the electronic health records their clinicians rely on.
When EHRs undergo testing, they fail to incorporate major usability issues, including accessibility, data entry, visual clutter and more.
Urgent care clinics are prescribing unnecessary antibiotics at almost three times the rate of traditional physician offices and more practice news.
Four patient safety groups want ONC and AHRQ to support a National Health IT Safety Collaborative, plus Amazon hires a former FDA official.
Eliminating the protected classes of medications for Medicare Part D plans may not pay off, according to a new analysis.
In comments submitted to ONC regarding the draft framework, industry groups homed in on the 12-month implementation period and data blocking.
The Trump administration weakened federal oversight to ensure health plans sold on the ACA marketplaces maintain a sufficient number of physicians.