Escalating attacks on healthcare IT systems have caught the attention of hospital decision-makers.
As consumers do more research about their healthcare plans and treatment options, providers that offer cloud-based solutions and technology will be more competitive.
When patients require further guidance outside of the office, a team-based approach can help practices improve outcomes.
As competition among health care providers intensifies, they are under pressure to deliver a high-quality, cost-effective and pleasant consumer experience.
Knowing a few of the specifics about medical billing procedures can go a long way in assuring your patients and providing them better customer service.
Today, there is a greater movement towards virtual Continuing Education courses and less emphasis on live seminars, which were so predominant and popular for so many years.
HR investments are often overlooked in favor of focusing on patients, but a happy staff can do wonders for patient care.
Here are some of the developments that keep medical care at the forefront of modern technology.
The Petya ransomware attack is only one of the five major issues hospital IT, privacy, and compliance pros should understand this month.
There’s not only a health gap widening between urban and rural areas, but also a growing gap between the way systems of health work in different areas of the country.