The FDA recently launched the Digital Health Center of Excellence to further the “Agency’s overarching dedication to the advancement of digital health technology.” What technologies will and won’t the new center monitor?
President Trump signed an Executive Order ensuring the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will continue to cover Medicare’s telehealth expansion. Additionally, CMS has proposed to make telehealth visits a permanent feature in the Medicare program. What can Medicare providers expect to see going forward?
A new study by the American Medical Association (AMA) reveals that despite an almost 40 percent decrease in opioid prescriptions, overdose deaths are on the rise. What is contributing to this, and what changes can independent physicians expect to see in the future of substance abuse treatment?
As more millennials become parents or grow their families, today’s pediatricians must understand millennial parents’ healthcare preferences. We examine the data and research to uncover ways pediatricians can attract and retain patients while enhancing their healthcare experience.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased demand for digital behavioral health care to increase accessibility and help reduce the costs of traveling to the doctor’s office. See how this market is expected to grow during and after COVID-19.
Self-funded insurance is one way for employers to decrease healthcare spending while promoting employee well-being. How can high-performance networks and technology engage patients while further lowering costs?
As tech companies develop digital tools to slow the spread of COVID-19, a recent report raises concerns about whether these apps protect patient data. What are the main concerns? How are industry and federal lawmakers working to protect users?
COVID-19 revealed the depth of racial inequality in our healthcare system. With this in mind, healthcare leaders are taking steps to make care more accessible in the future.
How can women’s health providers enhance the patient experience and — in the process — advance value-based care?
Is the doctor in? Yes — just not in the office. With the looming OB-GYN shortage still underway, we’ve gathered the latest research and insights as to how telehealth can help OB-GYNs reduce the impact on their practices so they can continue to deliver high-quality care to their patients.