Tag Archives: healthcare

COVID-19-related OSHA complaints, fines pile up for healthcare facilities

Dive Brief: The Occupational Health and Safety Administration announced another $ 471,337 in fines Friday for safety violations related to the COVID-19 pandemic, covering the last week of October. Among 32 workplaces cited, 30 were healthcare facilities, including one ambulatory service in New York and an HMO medical center in New Jersey. Nursing and residential care… Read More »

Remote Patient Monitoring Sets Up Big Tech to Revolutionize Telemedicine and Healthcare

By JAMES MOELLER Remote patient monitoring has emerged as the next significant challenge for virtual healthcare and that challenge is creating significant opportunities for many companies largely outside of the traditional healthcare technology marketplace. In particular, it is potentially setting up an opportunity for Big Tech companies like Apple, Google, and Amazon, to revolutionize telemedicine… Read More »

Healthcare IT News and MobiHealthNews expand into Europe, Middle East & Africa edition

The year 2020 will go down in history as one of the most challenging of our lifetime. Thinking back to January, none of us would have predicted the emergence of a pandemic-causing virus, let alone its devastating outcomes that have affected tens of millions of lives around the world so far. It has changed the… Read More »

Robotic Process Automation’s Potential in Healthcare

David Chou, SVP & CIO, Harris Health System Industry experts are predicting that usage of robotic process automation (RPA) will increase healthcare while transforming the organization. The adoption rate has been low and slow due to rudimentary use cases. Automation to assist with tasks in HR and revenue cycle continues to dominate most healthcare RPA… Read More »

Nutrition, Cardiovascular Disease Experts Urge Evaluation of Diet at Routine Healthcare Check-Ups

Dallas, August 9: A group of nutrition and cardiovascular disease experts issued a new scientific statement which states that the time has come for routine healthcare visits to include some form of dietary assessment and counselling. The statement issued from the American Heart Association was published today in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, an American… Read More »