Better access to technology and connectivity can allow seniors to access telemedicine, use IoT, and stay in touch while maintaining independence longer in the home of choice.
Soheila Maleki has been at the forefront of allergy research her entire career, working with the USDA to develop health solutions and expand our understanding of nut allergies.
This year’s Open Season begins Nov. 12 and ends Dec. 10, with the benefits government employees select starting Jan. 6, 2019.
Healthcare, like most industries, is undergoing a significant digital transformation and using the power of information to drive results. More than ever, healthcare demands data governance.
In healthcare, the discussion is no longer about if cloud migration will happen, but rather how institutions will effectively migrate. Government agencies and organizations are no exception. The rise of electronic medical records, an increased demand for telemedicine, as well as a growing population of patients make it critical that healthcare agencies pursue the cloud.Read… Read more »
There is a growing backlash against workplace wellness programs. Health should be about joy and embracing life. Otherwise, the cure truly is worse than the disease.
The era of workplace wellness initiatives being synonymous with employee weight loss programs is thankfully coming to an end. Health is more than one set of metrics.
States, anticipating the destabilization of their insurance markets, are exploring ways to ensure high coverage and low premiums. Here are some options they have to reverse, or at least mitigate, the impact of the mandate penalty repeal.
The reality is Microsoft Excel spreadsheets are the norm for most HHS agencies, which creates major issues for tracking information. For a growing number of agencies, the solution has come in the form of a learning management system (LMS).
Do you know there is a science behind the art of taking it easy? Here’s how you can use research to help you take more relaxing vacations.