Getting back to your exercise routine after having Covid is often difficult and frustrating. But scientists are starting to develop some guidelines.
100% of Mobile-Health Apps Vulnerable to Hacking!
Of 30 mHealth apps selected for examination, every single one tested was found vulnerable. These 30 apps (out of over 300,000 mHealth apps available in the major app stores) are used by an estimated 23 Million people.
Key questions for Your Practice as Coronavirus Vaccination Becomes Available
With vaccination now (or soon) available to healthcare workers under EUA, medical practices should be thinking about their policies regarding vaccination of office staff. Here are some key questions you should consider – having policies in place will protect you from potential problems.
Accounting for the Social Determinants of Health During COVID-19
This White Paper was written by NextGate and published by HealthIT Answers. Data driven tools are leveraged to confidently identify individuals at enhanced risk of contracting COVID-19, and experiencing poorer outcomes from the virus. Using a combination of population health management strategies and patient identity
Key Takeaways from “How We Restored Patient Visits to Pre-COVID19 Levels”
The practice manager from small private practice, operations director from a large private practice, and the VP of ambulatory operations for a large medical system shared their insights recently on how they restored patient visits to pre-COVID levels without compromising on the extra safety measures put in place.
How We Restored Patient Visits to Pre-Covid Levels – Safely
Office Managers and Operations Executives representing a small private practice (two physicians) a large private practice (64 physicians) and the ambulatory services of a large hospital (167 practices) will answer your questions and share their experiences and success in rebuilding their practices after shutdowns due to coronavirus.
Survey Results: Public Attitudes (& Experiences) of Healthcare During Covid19
An ongoing longitudinal study of public attitudes (and experiences) of healthcare in the age of Covid19 is being done by Rob Klein of Klein and Partners, a Healthcare research and marketing consulting firm based in Chicago. Surveys were taken in April, and May, and in Mid-June (so far), Klein reports on the trends he sees – what has
RADx: Racing to Develop Fast, Affordable, Accessible Tests for COVID-19
“Developing faster, more convenient ways of testing for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) will be essential to our efforts to end this deadly pandemic. Despite the tremendous strides that have been made in diagnostics over the past seven months, we still need more innovation.” So says Dr. Francis Collins, NIH Director, in an article
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