Topic: Social Determinants of Health
Telehealth, interoperability and access to real-time data were among the issues raised by providers and health IT groups as CMS explores CMMI changes.
A new Medicaid policy will allow states to design programs that would increase access to substance abuse treatment options.
The way Cardinal Innovations Healthcare CEO Richard Topping sees it, the "gold rush" tied to Medicaid expansion is over. But that isn't necessarily bad.
Where you live and what you eat impacts your overall health. A national data collection standard will help organizations build those factors into patient care.
A root-cause approach could help hospitals prevent avoidable admissions.
Healthcare needs medical professionals who can behave more like Jon Snow, the fictional character from Game of Thrones, and act on emerging threats that will disrupt the industry.
Loneliness is a growing health epidemic in the country, says Vivek Murthy, M.D., former surgeon general.
UnitedHealth is involved in a pilot program with Lyft that aims to use technology to improve seniors’ lives.
At the RISE West conference, Sampson Davis, M.D., urged healthcare leaders to take steps to make a difference in their communities.
Hospitals can take steps to be better neighbors to the people living around their campuses.