A recent rise in ransomware attacks shines a spotlight on the importance of cyber security for healthcare providers and their practices.
Microwize Technology, a privately held healthcare IT consulting firm in Paramus, NJ, cautions healthcare providers of all sizes not to take security lightly, especially now. The steady increase of news articles describing cyberattacks and ransom payments should concern any business.
The US’ largest health insurer, UnitedHealthcare, is delaying a controversial new policy. Emergency room visits considered “non-emergent” may be partially or fully denied coverage. The policy to deny claims was set to go into effect on July 1. However, UHC is now delaying implementation at least until the pandemic is over.
American Hospital Association president Richard Pollack rebuked the plan in a public letter to UHC’s CEO.
Big retail companies like Walmart, Amazon, CVS, and Walgreens are investing more in telehealth. What can this mean for the future of the healthcare industry?
Did you ever stop to think that what happened in the food industry could happen in healthcare? There’s no question that the big boys are moving in,
After facing a long shutdown, many medical practices are finally getting back to work and are facing new challenges.
Physicians and medical staff are getting caught up on missed surgeries and preventive health appointments now that COVID-19 cases are dropping and vaccinations are becoming more available. For many of us, it may seem as though every healthcare worker is on the front lines fighting COVID-19;
According to a survey released by the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) on Dec. 22, in 2019 independent medical groups generated a profit, while health system-affiliated medical groups suffered a loss.
The press release the AMGA published states: “AMGA’S newly released 2020 Medical Group Operations and Finance survey reveals that although most groups saw improved financial performance in 2019,
Microwize Technology, a privately owned company from Paramus, New Jersey, announces a billing and scheduling service to aid practices, labs, and testing centers overrun by COVID testing.
Testing centers and medical practices across the United States are experiencing a heightened volume in both COVID-19 patients and COVID-19 testing. Between patients requesting testing and physicians having to order those tests,
As COVID-19 continues to spread, remote work is no longer an experiment, but a requirement in many businesses
PARAMUS, NEW JERSEY, USA, November 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Microwize Technology, Inc a Paramus, New Jersey privately owned company is now offering remote employee services to medical practices and medical billing companies.