Current Headlines

  1. Costs Of Healthcare Data Breaches Could Hit $5.6 Billion In 2015
    12/22/2014

    The financial strain of data breaches will continue to plague the healthcare industry next year. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Oregon To Adopt Kentucky’s Medicaid Software
    12/22/2014

    Abandoning its own troubled software, Oregon opts to use an online Medicaid enrollment system from Kentucky instead. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Are Automated Calls As Effective As Nurse Follow Up?
    12/22/2014

    Automated care coordination may be cheaper and more effective than having nurses make calls to patients. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. Survey: Patient Interest In EHRs Increasing
    12/22/2014

    Patients are becoming increasingly involved in their health, which is good for providers trying to meet engagement criteria. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  5. By 2019, 2 Of 3 Patients Will Make Appointments Online
    12/22/2014

    According to a new report from Accenture, in the next five years online appointment scheduling will see a dramatic increase.By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  6. Obamacare Ads To Appear On 7-Eleven Receipts
    12/22/2014

    Information about how to sign up for Obamacare is to appear on the bottom of receipts for those using PayNearMe. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  7. Mayo Clinic Sees Big Data As The Future Of Healthcare Innovation
    12/19/2014

    Optum Labs provides the opportunity for Mayo researchers to access data to treat the sick. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. Text Messaging Increases Medication Adherence
    12/19/2014

    According to a recent study, text message reminders helped patients better adhere to their medications.By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  9. EHRs Will Save $78 Billion Globally
    12/19/2014

    A recent study posits EHRs will become integral to future digital healthcare initiatives. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  10. Wearables Offered As Reward To Fit Clients
    12/19/2014

    Using the wearables, users get paid to be fit. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

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