Episodes
Rosendale has harshly criticized the VA's new EHR since 2021, citing operational inadequacies and implementation struggles, as well as the expense of government funding.  
Published 02/03/23
Published 02/03/23
The NSA’s “baseball arbitration” seeks to take patients out of the middle of provider and payer negotiations over rates, says K&L Gates Health Care partner, Gary Qualls.
Published 02/03/23
Value-based care is emerging in the healthcare ecosystem, largely due to its ability to offer benefits for everyone from patients to physicians to payers. With the power of data and analytics, users can track and improve patient outcomes and control healthcare costs while delivering better quality of care. Patient 360 can provide an optimal experience to patients and healthcare providers with first-rate payment integrity.
Published 01/31/23
Optum Rx positioned the tool as an enhancement of the company's ability to offer a lower price on generics at about a 90% rate.
Published 01/27/23
Steve Irvine, founder and CEO of integrate.ai, explains how a lack of quality data is hindering clinical AI models – and describes how federated learning approaches can enable secure access to a wider array of datasets.
Published 01/27/23
The AG’s office accused drugmakers of "unlawful, unfair, and deceptive business practices"; GE HealthCare said it plans to fund the acquisition with cash on hand.
Published 01/20/23
In this podcast, experts from Amazon Web Services and Quantiphi discuss how healthcare organizations can empower the healthcare workers with AI & data.
Published 01/20/23
In their service lines, hospitals need to think about whether they can be all things to all people, says Peter Urbanowicz, a managing director with Alvarez & Marsal.
Published 01/20/23
Carbon said its shifting it focus to its core primary care and urgent care services; 44.4% of ransomware attacks were disruptive to healthcare.
Published 01/13/23
Mutaz Shegewi, research director at IDC Health Insights, discusses the research firm's 10 health industry predictions for the next year and beyond.
Published 01/13/23
The telehealth group's ATA Action affiliate also praised the package for including provisions delaying the Medicare telemental health in-person requirement.
Published 01/06/23
Hospital systems should focus on internal answers to the supply chain and not rely solely on group purchasing, says David Pennino, founder & CEO of LogicSource.
Published 01/06/23
Senior Security Researcher and intel analysis lead for cybercrime Tim Mitchell will discuss how ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) has significantly lowered the bar to entry for cybercriminals. As a result, the scale of ransomware operations has expanded, allowing cybercrime groups and their affiliates to exploit more networks resulting in higher revenue. Expertise has also improved as each element of the process has become specialized, making ransomware the formidable threat it is today.
Published 01/05/23
Drive-by downloads are a major entry point for sophisticated threat actors to deploy destructive ransomware. And cybercrime research shows these attacks are not limited to unwanted browser extensions and tech support scams but are also executed through threats like SocGolish, GootLoader, DarkTortilla, and others.  Keith Jarvis, CTU technical lead for cybercrime research, investigates the state of the drive-by download in 2022 where it maintains its place amongst malspam, scan-and-exploit,...
Published 01/05/23
Socio-economic factors such as geographic location, educational background, occupation, access to healthcare, etc. significantly impact a person’s health. With the power of AI to analyze complex interrelated patient data, multiple links to social determinants of health (SDoH) are revealed, which can positively impact health outcomes. Patient 360 and AI together can help make healthcare support services available to disadvantaged populations and develop inclusive policies.
Published 01/05/23
Join members of the HIMSS Government Relations team as they look back at an eventful election – and look ahead to what its results might mean for 2023 and beyond.
Published 12/30/22
Threat actors have been escalating cyberattacks on healthcare, especially  during Covid, with devastating ransomware attacks that cripple most health  systems. What can we do to be more resilient against those attacks to protect  our organizations and patients?
Published 12/29/22
One in 2 CFOs predict stagnating or declining operating margins this year, says Tina Wheeler, U.S. Health Care Leader at Deloitte
Published 12/23/22
BehaVR and OxfordVR say their combination creates the largest virtual reality healthcare delivery platform; Color Health has partnered with NIH to offer no-cost follow-up clinical DNA tests for patients.
Published 12/16/22
HIMSS Media editors from Healthcare IT News, MobiHealthNews and Healthcare Finance News get out their crystal balls and look to the year ahead.
Published 12/16/22
Healthcare organizations are facing unprecedented challenges: high staff turnover leading to nursing burnout, hiring of temp/travel staff requires regular onboarding and hits tight budgets, and scheduling in-person meetings and trainings can become bottlenecks. Mixed Reality simulation offers a fully virtual, on-demand tool. Users can train where they want, when they want reducing scheduling bottlenecks and reducing training T&E spend. It also supports reinforced learning and repetition,...
Published 12/15/22
Pitfalls and opportunities with medical device data aggregation, storage, and consumption/usability – Healthcare data is growing exponentially, driven by multiple factors including the prevalence of consumer health devices, connected medical devices, and remote patient monitoring solutions. Aggregating and analyzing the mass amounts of data available can make a significant impact on the outcomes of patients through better insights into the diagnosis and treatment of disease. However, many...
Published 12/15/22
Why integration of medical devices is criticalto patient care - Connecting medical devices, such as infusion pumps, patient monitoring systems and dialysis machines, to the electronic medical record (EMR) can help maximize resources while providing a pathway to critical clinical information. “Medical devices were seen as only able to deliver a therapy or service. That is changing,” said Donny Patel, vice president, Enterprise Technology at Baxter. “The real value of connectivity lies in...
Published 12/15/22
This discussion will focus on the security& privacy issues associated with remote patient monitoring applications and devices, including medical IoT (Internet of Things) devices.  We’ll discuss how NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, Langone Medical Center, and Center for Cybersecurity are collaborating on innovative research and educational programs around cybersecurity and healthcare.
Published 12/13/22