CMS proposes 3.4% cut in physician fees
The proposed Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for 2024 has landed, igniting backlash from many industry groups.
Health plan costs expected to increase by 7%
PwC researchers predict 2024 health plan costs will climb higher than in the previous two years.
Information blockers face stiff penalties
Certified health IT developers, HIEs, and HINs are subject to violation penalties starting on September 1, 2023.
Providers get creative with hospital at home
Health systems are designing their own acute care at home programs, and not everyone is going with the CMS model.
The fed warns vendors about tracking tech
Telehealth companies and hospitals embedding online tracking technology on their websites or apps may be risking the exposure of personal health data.
A new fix for telemedicine SDK security flaws
With help from two cybersecurity firms, QuickBlox has designed a new, secure architecture and API to remediate critical vulnerabilities.
RPM data strategies combat burnout
RPM data can easily overwhelm clinicians, but strategies like those deployed by Providence actually alleviate data fatigue.
Remote patient monitoring
Provider expectations climb for RPM
As providers weigh their RPM options, they’re favoring vendors who offer more than just basic software or devices.
Population health: RPM’s next frontier
Some health systems are using population-health-based parameters to identify the patients to enroll in their RPM programs.
Real-time data powers care partner selection
Interventional analytics provide valuable guidance to payers as they build their post-acute care networks.
Proxy accounts used more in dementia cases
Although uncommon overall, proxy accounts are used 3x more by care partners for dementia patients.
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CIOs plan to increase health tech investments
The top areas for clinical spending in 2023-2024 are highlighted in thisHealthcare IT News article, which feature data from a new IDC InfoBrief sponsored by Redox.
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