COVID-19 has made working from home more attractive, and healthcare could use this trend to its financial advantage.
The deal is another in Molina's plan for strategic growth and to meet competition in the state Medicaid and federal government contracts business.
Computer systems began to fail over the weekend, forcing some hospitals to file information with pen and paper.
Piotr Orzechowski, CEO at Infermedica, says the increased adoption of technology such as telemedicine has helped open up innovation opportunities.
The American Telemedicine Association's comments focused on expanding telehealth access, changes to remote monitoring services, and the provision of telehealth in federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics.
Republicans have yet to pass a plan that would replace the ACA or cover individuals with preexisting conditions.
The remaining federal payments are being used to lower individual ACA plans by an average of 1% statewide for 2021.
Because the process is so simple, it may be possible to automate so hospitals can stretch existing supplies.
The numbers suggest a much broader issue of access and equity for lower-income and minority patients.
Dr. Bridget Duffy, former chief experience officer at the Cleveland Clinic and CMO at Vocera, talks about burnout during COVID-19, how to protect the healthcare workforce, and how technology can help and hurt with burnout.
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