Digital tech categories in the danger zone
Dissatisfied with their pandemic-incited purchases, many health systems are ready to rip and replace their telemedicine and RPM solutions.
DTx stagnation triggers industry losses
As lawmakers scramble to regulate, categorize, and medically code digital therapeutics, the business viability of DTx hangs in the balance.
Telemental access improves, but not equitably
While state payment policies have multiplied the number of telemental health venues, access barriers remain for Black residents.
Remote patient monitoring
RPM data strategies combat burnout
RPM data can easily overwhelm clinicians, but strategies like those deployed by Providence actually alleviate data fatigue.
New care coordination payment model issued
CMS has introduced a Making Care Primary (MCP) model to improve primary care management for Medicare and Medicaid patients.
What patients really want from diabetes apps
More than 1,400 self-management apps exist to treat diabetes, yet patients aren’t using them frequently. A new university study uncovers why.
New from Redox
Where do 3rd-party tech pitches miss the mark?
New research from IDC points to the worst offenders, and health system CMIOs weigh in during our “Shortlist Makers” webinar. (Trust us. You don’t want to miss it.)
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