On a go-to social media site for tech workers, the federal insurance marketplace website is receiving a huge amount of criticism, while some say many of the design approaches make sense and that none of the problems are fatal.
athenahealth is but one of the vendors stepping in to offer health data while federal agencies such as CDC and NIH cannot. Will the trend fade back once the government reopens, or is more collaboration needed?
Groups call for integrating health policy with myriad other agencies to re-shape several aspects of the environment in which we live and ultimately make healthy public policy the normal way of doing business for most, if not all, government entities.
Keeping NIH running at the expense of other agencies not only does not do enough, the American Public Health Association explains, it threatens the government's ability to protect the health of its citizenry.
Only small fractions of the agencies are working, leaving outbreaks untracked and clinical trials on hold. But the possibility of terminally ill Americans being turned away from the NIH research hospital has Republicans mulling a short-term solution.
The number of citizens hoping SCOUTS spikes the ACA has risen, albeit ever so slightly, according to a new poll. Moody's breaks down the three likely rulings, meanwhile, and what each might mean for the health industry.
Last weekend, I got an e-mail from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS) on "How to Avoid Common Version 5010 Claims Rejections." This surprised because me a bit because I thought the healthcare industry has figured all that out by now.
PCMHs becoming 'medical neighborhoods' in Hudson Valley, on big data bolstering public and private health, Delaware and Michigan roll out clouds, Romney vaguely vows to stop Obamacare, and a new reader poll.