The COVID-19 pandemic has forced healthcare organizations to adapt—and adopt alternative ways of delivering care to patients. Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things promise to revolutionize healthcare. Thank you…
New rules will ease administrative burden, speed up reimbursement and remove fears of accidental violations.
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Increased attention is being paid to treating the whole person, addressing social determinants of health and recognizing the value of virtual care.
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The future is virtual, especially for older people. Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn explores how the industry is seeking out ways to serve older adults at home, especially in the midst…
Even before COVID-19, many Americans expressed interest in virtual health. Now, virtual health technology is being used to expand access to more healthcare services.
After painstaking research, health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn has pinpointed five trends that are shaping the American people as a result of COVID-19.