The COVID-19 pandemic might be going away – one of these days — but burnout among physicians surely isn’t. Unfortunately, it’s getting worse, at least according to Medscape’s annual report. According to
The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States is once again on the decline. As of February 9, 2022, the current 7-day moving average of daily new cases decreased 42.8
In 2022 integration is a necessity. As the pandemic continues to drive consumer expectations for digital tools and experiences, healthcare organizations are adopting virtual and hybrid care models built to last.
Originally appearing in: Healthcare Business Today. Scott Freedman is chief revenue officer for Epion Health. Due to the growth and continued adoption of telehealth and other digital health tools, patients want to minimize
The U.S. spends approximately $3.8 trillion annually on healthcare, about twice as much per person compared to other developed nations. However, the U.S. has a lower life expectancy and worse health
Whether it is stress due to continued outbreaks or overworked, understaffed healthcare workers, the continued COVID-19 pandemic seems to be exacerbating the clinician labor shortage. A June 2021 report by the