Tag Archives: Services

Infographic: Consumers Are Turning to Telehealth and Innovative Mobile Medicine Services – Adweek

| 2 days ago From accessing medical records to speaking to physicians, Americans are turning to mobile medicine as a supplement to healthcare coverage. Users are taking advantage of innovative mobile medicine services for convenience, control and cost—and of course, when they need additional support. An Omnicom Media Group survey found 86% of people have… Read More »

A leader in Intelligent Automation services Digital Workforce announces its expansion into Germany and opens two new offices

Digital Workforce, a global leader in RPA and Intelligent Automation services, announces its expansion into Germany, opens offices in Munich and Stuttgart and welcomes Jürgen Vollmer as Sales Director in DACH. Munich, January 2, 2020 – Digital Workforce, Europe’s fastest-growing automation disruptor, has been expanding into new countries in the past eight months by establishing… Read More »

Community-led research finds poor quality of HIV services in 14 low-and middle-income countries

Poor quality HIV services for diagnosis, linkage to care and monitoring, as well as pervasive stigma, continue to exist, according to a survey focused on barriers to quality HIV treatment among 2777 people living with HIV in 14 low- and middle-income countries, presented by the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition at the 20th International Conference on… Read More »

Tenet Healthcare expands pact with NTT DATA Services for new projects

Tenet Healthcare has worked with NTT Data Services on healthcare information technology projects for 20 years, and the organizations now are entering a new multi-year agreement. This time around, the partners are focusing on creating more efficient technology infrastructures and application systems for Tenet hospitals, physician practices and affiliated outpatient centers. Tenet will be working… Read More »

After California surprise billing law, fewer specialty services were out-of-network

Dive Brief: After a surprise billing ban went into effect in California, the share of services delivered out-of-network by affected specialties declined by 17%, according to a new analysis by the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy. The drop was primarily focused in the third quarter of 2017, immediately after the law was implemented. The… Read More »