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With regulatory barriers falling, AI will see more clinical adoption in 2019
Dec 13 | Jeff Lagasse
AI is on the verge of being de-risked, so the market is poised to flourish as caregivers ...
Nurses struggle with burnout, harassment and mental health issues, study finds
Dec 12 | Jeff Lagasse
The nursing shortage has negatively affected workloads for 88 percent of nurses in ...
Social determinants of health pose challenges for most Americans, survey shows
Dec 12 | Jeff Lagasse
Improving social determinants for patients can have strong positive effects on the ...
What does expanded Medicaid mean for enrollees' health? A lot
Dec 11 | Jeff Lagasse
Nearly half of people covered by Michigan's expanded Medicaid program felt that their ...
Why healthcare revenue cycle careers are heating up for millennials
Dec 11 | Jeff Lagasse
About two-thirds of millennials in revenue cycle jobs are satisfied with their roles, though many ...
As many as 1 in 6 healthcare workers are immigrants, JAMA shows
Dec 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Employment in the healthcare industry is expected to grow about 18 percent over the next eight years, ...
The biggest challenge recruiting IT talent? Convincing them tech work in healthcare can be meaningful
Dec 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Jefferson Health's Robert Neff said that after breaking ...
Stress from using electronic health records is linked to physician burnout
Dec 07 | Jeff Lagasse
Common causes of EHR-related stress include too little time for documentation, time spent ...
Billing and payment tech becoming more responsive, survey finds
Dec 07 | Jeff Lagasse
Sixty-three percent of providers already accept web portal payments and over a quarter now offer ...
Struggles will continue for nonprofit hospitals in 2019, Fitch says
Dec 06 | Jeff Lagasse
The downcast outlook is due largely to ongoing operational weaknesses, which have evolved into a ...

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