The AHA Jan. 5 filed its opening brief in its lawsuit challenging a December 2022 rule issued by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights that restricts the use of standard third-party web technologies that capture IP addresses on portions of hospitals’ public-facing…
Health leaders are reinventing the nature of care delivery by adopting technology and AI to lessen health care workforce burnout and meet care needs.
The Food and Drug Administration will accept nominations through Dec. 11 for experts to serve on a committee that will advise the agency on issues related to digital health technologies.
Hear how Northwestern Medicine is using digital technology to better prepare teams to work in the new world of health care, and why a digital mindset is vital to care transformation.
The smart hospital is transforming the care journey to deliver more personalized care and improve visibility into resource utilization.
Reimagining the hospital of the future to accelerate and advance better care coordination and outcomes with emerging technologies.
The Kaiser Family Foundation has released a tool to help monitor changes in Medicaid enrollment as states redetermine eligibility due to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic’s continuous enrollment requirement.
The Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology today released a proposed rule that would update certification requirements for health information technology developers under its Health IT Certification Program.
The International Hospital Federation’s Geneva Sustainability Centre seeks hospitals to preview and provide feedback on a digital platform it plans to launch this summer to help hospitals assess and track their environmental sustainability efforts, access training and replicate best practices.