Healthcare industry stakeholders are voicing concern regarding the FCC’s repeal of “net neutrality” regulations, noting that smaller organizations and vendors may not be able to compete with larger entities.
According to results of a startling new survey, four in five doctors (or 83 percent) have experienced a cyberattack of some kind.
A final rule released by CMS on November 30 officially canceled both the Episode Payment Model and the Cardiac Rehabilitation Incentive Payment Model.
In a webinar from the Center for Health Journalism, Sarah Kliff and Niall Brennan discussed how murky “facility fees” and upcoding practices have contributed to a $3 billion rise in spending on emergency room fees between 2009 and 2015—despite a slight decline in the number of fees billed.
EHRs can be a powerful tool in fighting hospital acquired infections, as one recent study shows.