Healthtech entrepreneurs working in the Medicaid space share their thoughts on a new effort to fund Medicaid through block grants and the argument that it may spur innovation.
This past Tuesday, as investors and healthcare business folks convened in hotel conference rooms at the 37th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco, a diverse group gathered in a very different place just a few blocks away.
The Future of Medicaid Innovation Forum was held in San Francisco during the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference to convene Medicaid innovators and highlight the areas of highest need.
Here we are in another day of bicoastal froth and fervor. As you D.C.-ites know, the government remains shut down, which is having more visible consequences for the health IT world.
For all the change intrinsic in working in a nursing home, ranging from shifts in regulatory guidance to watching employees shuffle in and out the door, most skilled nursing providers have shrugged when it comes to the concept of Medicaid innovation.
State legislatures passing new telehealth laws in 2018 focused primarily on expanding Medicaid coverage, approving interstate licensure pacts and establishing guidelines, according to a review by the Center for Connected Health Policy.
HealthTech4Medicaid (HT4M), a national nonprofit organization seeking to revolutionize the healthcare system by bringing technology innovation to Medicaid, announced its organizational launch November 13th.
Anthem Blue Cross is opening its LiveHealth Online direct-to-consumer telehealth platform to some 1.2 million members enrolled in California’s Medicaid program.
Medicaid beneficiaries are, by definition, the most vulnerable healthcare population in America. Despite this, innovative health technology companies tend to bring their products elsewhere—usually the employer-sponsored or Medicare Advantage markets.
A group of over healthcare technology CEOs are partnering to help expand patient access to care and patient engagement tools, forming Health Tech 4 Medicaid (HT4M).
A new national nonprofit called HealthTech4Medicaid (HT4M) is being created with the mission to improve quality and access for Medicaid recipients by helping to support new ideas in the space.
More than 40 health technology CEOs from around the country have joined forces to bring technological innovation to the Medicaid program, which provides healthcare to one in five Americans.
HealthTech4Medicaid (HT4M), a national nonprofit dedicated to bringing technology innovation to Medicaid, has announced its organizational launch today.