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TECHNOLOGY

How to use technology to boost the physician-patient relationshipNew advances can boost the physician-patient relationship, rather than create barriers.
Cybersecurity finally becoming healthcare priority
Cybersecurity finally becoming healthcare priorityWhen it comes to investing in IT and data security, the healthcare field has been known to lag behind other business sectors. That underspending, coupled with the massive shift from paper to digital records in recent years, has put the industry in some crosshairs.
Top 7 reasons physicians should consider telemedicinePhysicians can sometimes be hesitant to begin hosting video visits because they are weary about just how effective the technology can be when treating patients. However, once physicians start using telemedicine, they are often shocked at how versatile video technology can be as an additional tool to administering care.
The next ICD-10 hurdle: Prepare for payer scrutinyWhat’s changing about coding in October, and what physicians need to do to prepare.
Top 13 Pokémon Go ICD-10 codes physicians need to knowIf you have yet to hear about Pokémon Go, the new app that is taking over the world—it topped 15 million downloads in just its first week—you probably will or have already started seeing its results in the form of your patients.
How social media connects older adult patients
How social media connects older adult patientsAs older adults adopt social media physicians and caregivers can utilize this as a way to improve communication and connectedness with older adults reduce some of the loneliness and social isolation experienced by this population.
Mostashari's biggest Meaningful Use regret and health IT's futureAledade’s Farzad Mostashari answers Medical Economics readers’ questions on various struggles facing physicians regarding health IT.
Why social media story sharing is vital for physicians todayIgnoring social media is no longer possible if your practice wants to reach patients where they are.
The wearable future comes to medical practicesSmart glasses and other wearable technologies could become as ubiquitous in the exam room as a stethoscope or blood pressure cuff, giving doctors not only another tool to deliver quality care but helping to bolster their personal connections with patients.
New PSWP narrows providers’ definition of privileged information
New PSWP narrows providers’ definition of privileged informationRecent guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) seeking to clarify patient safety work product (PSWP) privilege under the Patient Safety Act has instead stoked conflicting opinions among organizations representing healthcare providers as to how the provision should be interpreted.