American Medical Association

Some proposed HIPAA changes could inadvertently expose the data it’s supposed to protect

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The government’s proposed changes to HIPAA aim to provide guardrails against data breaches and misuse, but some of the modifications may not work as intended. Three healthcare experts delved into the ways in which certain proposals could provide inappropriate access to health data during a… Read More »Some proposed HIPAA changes could inadvertently expose the data it’s supposed to protect

Health2047 Spins Out Emergence Healthcare Group to Empower Independent Physician Practices

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What You Should Know: – Health2047, the innovation arm of the American Medical Association, today announced the spinout of a new company, Emergence Healthcare Group, that offers the first turnkey practice solution designed to enable greater physician autonomy by relieving them of administrative burdens and financial pressures… Read More »Health2047 Spins Out Emergence Healthcare Group to Empower Independent Physician Practices

2% Cut to Home Health Agencies, Other Medicare Providers Nearing Unwanted Return

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Among its many provisions, last year’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act pressed pause on the government’s 2% payment cut to all Medicare-reimbursed health care providers. The “sequestration holiday” was immediately seen as a common-sense lifeline for cash-strapped home health providers on the… Read More »2% Cut to Home Health Agencies, Other Medicare Providers Nearing Unwanted Return

Onyx, AMA Innovations Form Collaboration to Build FHIR-Based Messaging

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What You Should Know: – Onyx and AMA Innovations partner to rethink ways FHIR-based messaging technology can improve links between healthcare and community-based organizations. – As part of the collaboration, both organizations will jointly target grant opportunities through HHS’ Administration for Community Living’s Social Care… Read More »Onyx, AMA Innovations Form Collaboration to Build FHIR-Based Messaging

AMA Adds 3 Additional CPT Codes for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine

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What You Should Know: – The American Medical Association (AMA) announced the addition of three Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine. The American Medical Association (AMA) today announced that the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set is being updated by the CPT Editorial Panel… Read More »AMA Adds 3 Additional CPT Codes for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Intermountain Adds Omada’s Diabetes Prevention Program to At-Risk Patients

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What You Should Know: – Omada’s diabetes prevention program will be available to Intermountain’s at-risk patient population as part of a limited engagement in 2020 and 2021. – Omada’s diabetes prevention program is personalized to meet each participant’s unique needs as they evolve, ranging from… Read More »Intermountain Adds Omada’s Diabetes Prevention Program to At-Risk Patients

Ontrak Acquires Science-Backed, Behavior Change Platform LifeDojo

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What You Should Know: – Ontrak acquires LifeDojo Inc, a San Francisco, CA-based comprehensive, science-backed behavior change platform. – The acquisition broadens Ontrak’s addressable market and footprint to lower acuity populations enabling new interventions and remote patient monitoring. Ontrak, Inc., a leading AI-powered and telehealth-enabled,… Read More »Ontrak Acquires Science-Backed, Behavior Change Platform LifeDojo