Robust use of health IT help accountable care organizations (ACOs) better coordinate care, especially ACOs that use a single electronic health system, according to a government report.
Prenatal care smartphone apps have been shown to decrease the number of in-person clinic visits while maintaining satisfaction among patients with low-risk pregnancies, according to a new study.
Natural language processing (NLP) is delivering on the promise of artificial intelligence in healthcare by providing significant value across clinical and administrative functions. This white paper examines the capabilities of clinically aware NLP and why it’s essential to revenue cycle transformation; five things to look for in an NLP solution; and vital areas where it’s currently showing significant impact.
Hospice providers have taken note as health information technology becomes increasingly more important in the industry, and are starting to adopt more high-tech solutions for improving reimbursement and as a means of improving patient care
Starting in the plan year for 2020, Medicare Advantage beneficiaries living in both rural and urban areas will have enhanced access to telehealth services that doesn’t require them to travel to a designated healthcare facility. The Trump administration finalized a new policy extending telehealth access.
Data integration and interoperability are high on the priority list for providers seeking health IT tools to support population health management efforts, according to a KLAS Research report.