Weekdays at 3:30 pm ET and Rebroadcasts at 11:30pm and 7:30 am ET.
The HealthcareScene Hangout is now in syndication on HealthcareNowRadio.com. You will hear weekly interviews by John Lynn with health IT thought leaders discussing today’s biggest issues. Original productions are Google Plus Hangouts produced by EMR & EHR Videos, where you can view all the Hangout interviews on demand.
Weekdays at 3:30 pm ET and Rebroadcasts at 11:30pm and 7:30 am ET. Learn more about HealthcareScene Hangout and its host.
Learning Lunches from 4MEdapproved.com are industry sponsored webcasts focusing on adoption of health information technology (HIT). Whether you are a provider, a consultant, health IT technician, hospital information officer, RN, practice administrator, privacy officer, EHR vendor, mhealth vendor, or patient advocate you will find a Learning Lunch for you. Tune in and have lunch with Brian Johnson of 4Medapproved as he interviews health IT experts sort out the most current topics of the day. Learn more.
Tune in for the weekly featured Learning Lunch weekdays at 1pm ET.
Tune in each evening for an hour of speakers from conferences around the country talking about today’s health care industry and health IT. Visit the Conference Hour program page for details.
Listen to audio questions and answers from industry leaders asked at conferences by HITECHAnswers.net press team.
Do you have any conference audios to broadcast on our hour? Contact us for more information.
Hear throughout the day, 60-second Health Matters spots, unique health reports on a variety of issues brought to you by the National Institutes of Health. Each month new reports will be added.
National Institutes of Health
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , is the nation’s medical research agency—making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.
Thanks in large part to NIH-funded medical research, Americans today are living longer and healthier. Life expectancy in the United States has jumped from 47 years in 1900 to 78 years as reported in 2009, and disability in people over age 65 has dropped dramatically in the past 3 decades. In recent years, nationwide rates of new diagnoses and deaths from all cancers combined have fallen significantly.