Innovations in biomedical informatics and computational health informatics are creating opportunities to move from generic evidence-based medicine at the point of care to patient-specific medicine-based
The innovation that health care truly needs is not a shiny, new piece of technology or a quick fix. It’s new and different ways of
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members weigh in on how to improve outcomes and disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality.
What was once the realm of science fiction has become science fact. It’s no exaggeration to say that artificial intelligence is now woven into the
Electronic claims submission is now the norm in healthcare. Yet claims attachments––the clinical and other supporting documentation submitted to payers––remain mired in fragmented manual workflows
Mandy Cohen discusses the need for integration between public and private sector health entities in order to achieve common goals and shared financial responsibility to
Hospitals must choose best path forward amid major industry changes Powerful forces are reshaping the clinical laboratory industry. Deep reimbursement cuts threaten to upend traditional