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Credible Behavioral Health, in partnership with Change Healthcare, is providing assistance to provider organizations now facing remote staff, telehealth documentation and billing challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
With demand for telehealth platforms skyrocketing, PingMD has announced it is making its app available to medical professionals and patients for the duration of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has expanded its telehealth-based outpatient services in the seven states where it operates facilities, with plans to soon reach all 50 states in response to COVID-19-related social distancing. A peer support services company in Ohio is also adding staff and going virtual.
Alaap B. Shah of Epstein Becker Green discusses the ways in which artificial intelligence can improve care, as well as the hurdles it presents to providers, payers and regulators.
San Francisco-based health IT firm Practice Fusion has admitted to soliciting and receiving kickbacks from a major opioid company in exchange for using its EHR software to influence physician prescribing of opioid pain medications, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.
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