For cybersecurity leaders, learning “how to foster innovation while ensuring robust defenses against ever-evolving threats” has become quite the dilemma, according to Dennis Leber. In this piece, he identifies the key threats and shares advice on how to mitigate them.
Telehealth has come a long way since the Covid-induced boom, but a lot hinges on its continued success, according to Joseph Kvedar, MD. In this piece, he examines the impact it has had, the vision for what telehealth can be, and the steps organizations can take to get there.
With the public health emergency scheduled to expire, the DEA has proposed rules that put patients at risk of “not getting critical, clinically appropriate medications, which in turn puts their lives at risk,” said Dr. Joseph Kvedar. In this blog, he provides information on how leaders can get involved and help prevent a “potential public health crisis.”
Despite the fact that CMS has extended the public health emergency that expanded telemedicine coverage, a number of states aren’t on board, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato. “Finding a way to extend the regulatory waivers,” they write, “is in our patients’ best interest.”
Although there are myriad challenges with incorporating tools like machine learning into care environment, the upside is simply too promising to pass up, said John Halamka, MD, during a healthcare IT policy discussion. “There’s a perfect storm happening.”