By Robert Otto Valdez PhD, MHSA – I am pleased to report that the proposed Fiscal Year 2024 budget proposal released by the White House on March 9 endorses AHRQ’s work to serve communities nationwide. It offers a blueprint to improve healthcare delivery systems by…
The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) recognized advances in telehealth service and technology during the second annual ATA Telehealth Innovators Challenge held during the ATA2023 Annual Conference and Expo in San Antonio, Texas.
By Alena Nikuliak – While the medical field has experienced continual advances in diagnostic and treatment techniques for the last half century, the manner to prevent and treat health conditions has hardly changed.
By Patrizia Cavazzoni MD – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates biological products, or biologics, which have transformed the treatment of many illnesses and are the fastest-growing class of medications in the U.S. Biologics offer hope and healing to millions of Americans, but they can be expensive.
By David Burda – My ongoing search for signs of healthcare consumerism continued this past week with a read of NRC Health’s latest annual patient experience report. That followed a review of the latest annual Future of Health survey from ZS Associates, which I wrote about recently.
AHIP submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on the Advance Notice of Methodological Changes for Calendar Year 2024 for Medicare Advantage (MA) and Part D (Advance Notice).
Health IT product news from Masimo, Alpine Health Systems, Boston Imaging, Experian Health, CVS Health, HandsFree Health, RxBenefits, Inovalon, FutureRx, Lucem Health, Proprio, Reveleer, Kalderos, VisiQuate, Wolters Kluwer Health and more.
We’re going green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Whether ’tis green foods to eat, ribbons to wear, comforting shades of green in hospitals, health care systems going green to help the environment, or medtech investments in the motherland, you can read about here.