Teladoc shares fell last week after a report that Highmark is now renewing its contract with the telemedicine company.
Patient engagement has been one of the key trends in healthcare and health IT in 2015 and a new Deloitte survey examines where engagement is growing the most and what it means for the industry.
Day 1 of ICD-10 use was a relative success, according to several hospital IT and information management leaders who spoke to FierceHealthIT.
Healthcare organizations are continuing to take telemedicine to the next level. Case in point: Mercy Hospital's new virtual telemedicine facility.
ICD-10 D-Day is here, and the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange says its searchable ICD-10 Issue Reporting Database will be available after the transition.
Stakeholders across the healthcare industry joined together to ask Senate lawmakers for support of a proposal that would lift "outdated restrictions" on use and reimbursement of telemedicine services for Medicare patients.
A new information system set up by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will help healthcare stakeholders prepare for and manage impacts of disasters in the U.S.
Continuous communication and education, particularly for coders, will be key to ensuring a successful transition to ICD-10, according to various stakeholders speaking this week at the American Healthcare Information Management Association's annual meeting in New Orleans.
The use of speech recognition in healthcare is growing, with about 30 percent of providers considering adopting the tech.
Precision medicine relies on patients being able to have easy access to their health data, but in the industry today that's easier said than done, according to Kathy Giusti, founder and executive chair of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.