New York Signs Law To Protect State Providers Providing Abortion Drug Telemed Services to Out-of-State Patients
New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed new legislation that will protect the state’s doctors, medical providers and facilitators who prescribe abortion care telehealth services to patients outside of New York from litigation in states where abortion services are banned or restricted.
Health systems need to turn their attention to technology that can improve staff retention by reducing employee burnout, according to HCA Divisional CIO Andy Draper. Here’s a look at what Parlance is doing to realize ROI with conversational AI.
In an environment where capital isn’t as easy to access, INVEST Digital Health conference will seek to arm you with the right connections and meaningful insight to navigate an environment where ROI is king. Hear from payers, providers, startups, life sciences executives, VCs and more.
A conversation with Suchi Saria, associate professor of medicine at John Hopkins University and director of its Machine Learning and Healthcare Lab about responsible AI.
The quest to enact local bans has become particularly acute in small towns, like West Wendover, Nevada, and Hobbs, New Mexico, which are situated by borders between states that have restricted abortion and states where laws preserve access.
In a wide-ranging interview, Sanford Health’s president of virtual care explained how virtual care may be well suited to rural populations.
The law creates a crime of “abortion trafficking” and criminalizes the “recruiting, harboring, or transporting” of minors without parental consent
Season 2 of our MedCity Pivot Podcast launches today with a conversation about how AI can be leveraged to transform precision medicine.
Competition to claim a market that could be worth $100 billion a year for drugmakers alone has triggered a wave of advertising that has provoked the concern of regulators and doctors worldwide.
它需要时间去开发一个令人信服的你ght leadership platform. Julia Fuller, Executive Vice President at Ford Hutman Media provides insights, tips, and strategies for companies and industry leaders looking to get ahead and define emerging trends.
Paris-based Sofinnova Partners announced last week that it has launched a new strategy aimed at investing in a new breed of startups that straddle the lines between data and biology.
Paul Markovich believes in the value of health tech in managing both chronic diseases and in general health and wellness. In this episode, he talks about the company’s Wellvolution platform and the digital tools that are offered there to members, now even to those on Medicaid.
在一次采访中在Nashvill万岁会议e, Tennessee, Craig Richardville, Intermountain’s chief digital and information officer outlined the three areas of priority for Intermountain Health for which technology can be leveraged. But when it comes to a major headache for CIOs, Richardville seems to suggest that a government-led all-hands-on-deck approach is what is needed.
Included Health CEO Owen Tripp believes that the sudden demise of Silicon Valley Bank may actually lead to a “culling of the herd” as healthtech companies yet to prove their value will stop functioning as standalone companies or get bought by larger companies with stable revenue and a proven business model.
Some actions to reduce healthcare’s carbon footprint actually will save money, said Jonathan Perlin, CEO of the nonprofit national and international accrediting organization.