In our recent survey, executives from provider and payer organizations identified their top three priorities for identity verification and authentication management heading into 2022.
There is a slew of considerations associated with data collected with consumer health apps. Even though it is moving differently, it is still PHI.
Now is the time for health plans to start to think beyond compliance: How can you use this newly available data to support and improve critical business functions?
LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Health Care announced an expanded collaboration with Epic, the country’s leading EHR, to offer identity verification and authentication solutions.
Josh Schoeller, CEO of LexisNexis Risk Solutions Health Care, recently shared industry insights in a candid interview with HIStalk, a healthcare technology industry blog.
It’s been a year since COVID-19 upended our world and the healthcare industry. As we return to work and life, having transportable credentials will be important.
The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) 2021 Luminary awards recognize 71 women in leadership, each with more than 20 years of professional experience.
Healthcare providers are suffering from data breaches at an alarming rate. While these attacks can have serious financial impact on health organizations, the effects on patient lives can be devastating.
The promise of interoperability has the capability to reduce medical spend, improve care quality and user experiences, and develop stronger public health service.
Virtual care delivery offers much more than social distancing and convenience; it allows organizations to “meet the patient where they are” and overcome barriers to care.
From a technology perspective, the evolution of COVID-19 has turned out to be a proving ground. Efforts to achieve connected care through data optimization are ever more critical.
Healthcare is lagging behind other industries when it comes to cybersecurity. Shutdowns can result in halting operations, preventing critical access to medical records, and severely compromising devices.
When the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released its five-year strategic plan last week, the agency made one thing clear: it can’t accomplish its goals alone.
The next decade will bring major transformations in how Americans experience care. Here are a few of my thoughts on what’s to come.
2019 was the year of government mandates — interoperability, drug pricing, price transparency, data privacy. Large multinational tech companies not formerly in the healthcare space came to play in the market.
The fact that healthcare cybersecurity breaches are on the rise is not new news and the threat within can be just as malicious as outside hackers.
Healthcare providers and health systems have worked diligently to protect data privacy and security. The unfortunate reality? Hackers have worked even harder to access that data.