A look back at the news this month that we have reported on. From business financial news to product news, to what we are reading and our picks on podcasts, to the ONC and CMS policy issues, this is what happened in November.
Health IT product news from Diagnoss, Blipcare, SPH Analytics, DrFirst, One Touch Health, Amwell, Novarad, Patient Forecaster, GE Healthcare, TVM.Bio, Vocera Communications and more.
By Art Gross – A joint cybersecurity advisory has been issued by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Health and Human Services in an attempt to warn the U.S. healthcare sector about a wave of ransomware activity.
Health IT product news from SPH Analytics, SLK Software, VisiQuate, TCS Healthcare Technologies, LIVMOR, Connect Up Technologies, Parexel, T.H.E.M., GE Healthcare, Olive, Nautilis Medical Technologies and more.
From our host of Healthcare de Jure – Matt Fisher is a Partner with Mirick O’Connell and the chair of the firm’s Health Law Group. When he is not practicing law, interviewing someone on his radio show. or parenting, he is penning thoughtful posts on healthcare. ICYMI we have you covered.
A look back at the news this month that we have reported on. From business financial news to product news, to what we are reading and our picks on podcasts, to the ONC and CMS policy issues, this is what happened in October.
By Scott Zeitzer – If your practice has looked into running online ads recently, you may have been surprised at just how many options are available. In our experience, not all online ad options are best for medical practices. On some platforms, medical practices are heavily restricted or even prohibited from running certain types of ads.
Health IT products news from Sterilyft, Prevounce Health, Kyruus, VisiQuate, Samsung Medison, Intel, Wolters Kluwer Health, Greenway Health, Tegria, Imprivata, PatientKeeper, Boostlingo, HealthView Technologies, Andor Health, Reliq Health Technologies and more.
By Art Gross – You walk into your healthcare provider’s office and are usually handed a clipboard with papers that need to be filled out, updated, and wrapped up with your signature. We mindlessly take our task to the nearest seat and complete, sign, initial, and update whatever we’ve been given.