Author: Jerry Shafran
The No Surprises Act is intended to increase transparency in healthcare and reduce unexpected bills for patients.
Information-blocking compliance perpetually changes. Learn how to build a compliance culture across IT, HIM, privacy, legal, medical, and nursing.
For value-based care, avoiding information-blocking isn’t enough
Telehealth is almost as old as the telephone itself. In 1879 – just three years after Bell patented the telephone – an article in Lancet described the concept and advocated its
The beauty of telehealth is that it connects patients and providers through technology that transcends boundaries. But when that connection crosses state lines, your healthcare organization could find
Working toward higher rates of patient medication compliance is a critical component of patient care. That includes communicating what the medications are, what they do,