Tag Archives: Trump

17 Measures Every Health Care Organization Should Consider to Reduce the Risk of Cyber-Intrusions

cybersecurity
The importance of privacy in the health care industry starts at the most basic level between a patient, a doctor, and the doctor’s laptop computer. The levels of importance and complexity increase exponentially when you look at entire networks of payers and providers. The amount of data produced and stored in these organizations is staggering … Continue reading this entry

Proving Utility, Demonstrating Value: How to Align the Moving Parts in Personalized Medicine Reimbursement

HC-Reiumbursement
Of the many business, operational, legal, regulatory and clinical obstacles standing in the way of widespread delivery of personalized medicine, the single greatest challenge may lie in solving the reimbursement puzzle. Advocates of personalized medicine contend that it results in better care for the patient, as therapy is targeted specific to an individual, and that … Continue reading this entry

Obamacare in the Cross Hairs — but Procedural Hurdles Loom

Captiolhill_300x225
President-elect Trump and congressional Republicans have promised to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but there is deep division regarding which provisions will be rescinded and around the details of the replacement and the length of any transition period.… Continue reading this entry