App stores have all the ingredients for interoperability: competition, connectivity and choice. Healthcare should take note.
Bernard Ogon, M.D., was allegedly paid $20 to $30 per prescription, billed at exorbitant prices, and written for patients he never saw.
Toby Cosgrove, former CEO of Cleveland Clinic, said he thinks the next trend that could catch on in health IT is voice recognition software.
It just got easier for healthcare providers across the country to share medical records regardless of which EHR vendor they use.
Older beneficiaries and those with a mental health disorder are using telehealth services at far higher rates.
UnitedHealthcare is giving members free Apple Watches and allowing them to pay back the cost of the device by walking.
House Committee members questioned VA leadership about the growing EHR budget and the agency's alignment with DOD.
Ride-hailing company Uber’s healthcare platform is less than a year old, and it’s seeking supporters within the industry to help it expand its reach.
PHI marketplace firms are increasingly approaching patients directly in a bid to develop identified health data sets.
To many providers, all-downside risk might sound like a nightmare. But Virta Health is taking it on by choice.