Cybersecurity mistakes plans, providers should avoid June 08, 2016By Aubrey WestgateHealth plans and healthcare organizations are increasingly facing threats from cyber criminals. Here's how to better protect your organization. Technology innovation drives better outcomes in pediatricsA look at some of the technology advances at one hospital, and across the country, that are changing the way pediatric cancer patients are treated. Opinion: 6 ways to modernize federal health data policy May 15, 2016By Joel WhiteCreating a national data policy framework for empowered consumer choices. Will wearables and healthcare ever sync? May 03, 2016By Donna MarburyThough technology companies are continuing to innovate in the wearable field, healthcare organizations are slow to adapt. Diabetes and mHealth: Use, reimbursement, future outlook April 29, 2016By Karen AppoldMobile health (mHealth) offers new ways to empower patients with diabetes in caring for themselves and making decisions that support their health. Seven wearable devices health execs should watch April 27, 2016By Donna MarburySome of the newest wearable devices on the market look very different than the wristbands that launched the industry just a few years ago. Top tech needs for value-minded executives April 23, 2016By Patrick DunhamHere are the top ways to strengthen health information technology to advance value-based, quality care. Mobile apps improve medication adherence, reduce costs April 23, 2016By Robert OscarHealth plans and PBMs that are reluctant to invest in mobile tools for their covered members will miss out. Opinion: 4 reasons payers need serious tech upgrades April 22, 2016By Craig KastenWhile payers have worked to add technology capabilities along the way, these additions are merely bandages on top of a system that simply isn’t designed to do what the modern world demands. AHIP pilot program aims to improve doc directories April 21, 2016By Tracey WalkerAn accurate account of your provider roster is essential to driving value-based care, according to one expert.