Precision medicine holds great promise to tailor treatment in a manner that maximizes outcomes, yet a number of barriers exist that hinder the rapidly growing discipline's integration into daily practice.
Although the annual Health:Further conference is best known for bringing innovative start-ups and investors together, the event also attracts healthcare and business organizations that have massive scale.
Franklin company mitigating cybersecurity risks for healthcare organizations nationwide.
Compliance is king, but that's not how it should be. Since the introduction of HIPAA in 1996, the healthcare field has centered data privacy and security efforts around compliance.
Change Healthcare's HealthQx® analytic suite features a novel kill switch that puts information security in the hands of payers and providers.
With billions of dollars on the line, more than 450 special agents across the country are tasked with ferreting out Medicare & Medicaid fraud and abuse.
The Nashville Health Care Council has opened applications for the 2019 Fellows class, an annual initiative to explore new business strategies to address the greatest challenges facing the American health care system.
CMS is proposing big changes in the physician fee schedule and quality payment program for 2019
Getting paid for services starts before a patient walks through the door and continues long after they leave. Successfully managing all the parts of the revenue cycle is the best way to make sure your practices gets the correct piece of the revenue pie.
The rules and regulations impacting the healthcare revenue cycle are rapidly changing. AAHAM Music City Chapter gives local executives the tools to stay ahead.
Relode is changing the recruitment model while saving employers time and money in the search for the ideal candidate.
It's almost time for the second annual TriMED Healthcare Education Summit, which brings together key statewide organizations across multiple medical specialties for two days of insightful programming.
The American Hospital Association's (AHA) Board of Trustees has selected Melinda L. Estes, M.D., president and CEO of Saint Luke's Health System in Kansas City, Mo., as its chair-elect designate.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking to invest in innovative healthcare startups, according to an official who attended the Startup Day Nashville in June.
The fourth annual Health:Further is poised to break records, surpass expectations of festival goers as the annual event continues to grow.
On June 5, representatives from the American Medical Association's Accelerating Change in Medical Education (ACE) leadership team visited Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (VUSM) to review accomplishments made during the past five years of VUSM's participation in the ACE consortium.
Artificial intelligence can reduce costs, prompt greater medical advancement, and improve patient outcomes, but is not without risks.
Improved efficiency and communication are at the heart of blockchain technology, offering great promise for the healthcare industry to realize improved outcomes in both a business and clinical setting.
In mid-June, Cressey & Company, a healthcare-focused private investment firm with offices in Chicago and Nashville, announced the closing of Fund VI on $995 million and a related co-investment vehicle on $105 million, bringing total new capital commitments to $1.1 billion.
Tristar Centennial Medical Center is pleased to announce the construction of a new multi-level parking garage that will be located at the corner of 23rd Avenue and Patterson Street.
A new app unveiled in Nashville by Mazzetti+GBA supports project planning for healthcare architects, engineers
Locally company Can-Do National Tape is using their expertise in adhesives to make medical device and design lighter, stronger, safer.
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