Biography for Susan D. Hall
Susan Hall spent more than 20 years as a newspaper writer and editor in Dallas and Seattle before making the leap online at MSNBC. Now living in Louisville, Ky., she has focused on enterprise technology as a writer and editor for IT Business Edge. Most recently she has written for Dice.com and Enterprise Apps Today. Follow @FierceHealthIT on Twitter and find her on LinkedIn.
Articles by Susan D. Hall
Telemedicine is a viable option for treating diabetes among prison populations, according to a study published in Telemedicine and e-Health.
Value-based payment models aren't going away, making population health initiatives ever more critical, Tricia Nguyen, executive vice president for population health at Texas Health Resources, said during a webinar presenting results from the eHealth Initiative's latest population health survey.
The White House has released its final Data Security Policy Principles and Framework for the Precision Medicine Initiative.
A Huntsville, Alabama, hospital was able to reduce sepsis-related deaths by 53 percent through a program focused on staff education and an electronic surveillance system, according to research published at the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
Geisinger Health System is pressing forward in using patient data in real time, according to John Kravitz, senior vice president and CIO of the organization.
Rather than rely solely on security staff, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has recruited "data guardians" to keep its employees on their toes.
Simply providing Internet access isn't enough to equalize access to online health information for the urban poor, according to research in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
Covered entities in "desk audits" will be required to submit documentation within 10 business days, Deven McGraw, deputy director of health information privacy at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' Office for Civil Rights.
A majority of healthcare executives expect IT budgets to increase in the next two years, but doing more with less remains a major reality, according to a new survey.
A study of wireless monitoring of inpatient pregnant women yielded results similar to usual care, and both patients and nurses approved of the program, according to research published in Telemedicine and e-Health.