The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Connected Care Pilot Program, a $100 million telehealth initiative, will focus on delivering virtual care to low-income patients located in remote areas.
The US Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees AHRQ, said it was shutting down the NGC for budgetary reasons.
Health privacy experts are concerned that insurance companies will raise rates or deny patients coverage based on risk factors identified when insurers mine claims data with consumer data provided by commercial data brokers.
Yale New Haven Health has earned AHIMA’s highest honor, the 2018 Grace Award, which recognizes excellence in health information management.
After years of physician claims of burnout and frustration related to EHRs, new technologies powered by natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and digital scribes are making inroads in physician satisfaction.
A security vulnerability in the back-end server for thousands of mobile apps exposes more than four million protected health records, including prescription details and sensitive chat messages, a new report reveals.