nysafp Weekly Update MultiBriefs
Contact Us
Media Kit

Browse Categories

Browse by Date

Healthcare Data Breaches Slowed in 2017

Healthcare data breaches continued to rise in 2017, but the number of affected patient records declined 80 percent, a new report suggests. According to the Protenus Breach Barometer, 2017 may have simply been an off year for malicious actors, who may be regrouping for more...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
Search past issues
Search products and services

As in other industries, change is a constant in healthcare. New medications, treatments, and technologies...

source: By Keith Carlson

Medicare patients who receive care in a hospital...

source: By Scott E. Rupp

Physician practices are increasingly burdened with regulations that have taken time away from patients in the last year, a Medical Group Management Association survey found. The 2018 survey involved 426 respondents from medical group...

source: Becker's Hospital Review

Physician burnout has been called a national epidemic, purportedly affecting as many as one-half to two-thirds of practicing physicians. In an editorial for JAMA calling attention to the need for further research, investigators claim...

source: Medical Bag

A lot of attention is being paid lately to the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. There is not question that artificial intelligence and related technologies will significantly benefit patients in many ways and transform...

source: Forbes

When J.D. Whitlock told physicians who refer patients to Mercy Health that the Cincinnati-based system's providers would be required to start sending patient information digitally, rather than by fax, some of those physicians said to go...

source: Modern Healthcare


Powered by MultiBriefs
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063

Subscribe to NYSAFP Weekly eNews

*First Name:
*Last Name:
Street Address:
State / Province:
Zip / Postal Code:
Are you a member of NYSAFP? Yes   No
Privacy Policy