We noticed something interesting when working with our customers: Their origin stories, visions on how to change healthcare, and traction were all so compelling, and surprisingly diverse. It reminded us of the vastness of healthcare; the..
Day Three is a wrap, meaning we saw more demos and observed the last few panel discussions of the conference.
Physician HealthPerhaps one of the more underrated phenomena in healthcare is physician burnout. There isn't nearly enough attention paid to the topic compared to its..
- Digital Health is in the "Trough" of the Gartner hype cycle. There was a lot of promise, now under delivery, but..
Since Catalyze’s beginning, a core belief has revolved around the importance of transparent, free, readily available content. That is why we write about what we learn. That is why we have open sourced our company policies and made our Business Associate Agreement publicly available.
In modern daily practice, healthcare professionals can utilize patient protected health information (PHI) to “market” various alternative remedies or products, without formal authorization from the patient / beneficiary. To start off clearly, marketing is the communication of a product or service that encourages the purchase or use of said product or service. Under the HIPAA Omnibus Rules..
Last week news broke of a fundraise by Catalyze customer Welkin Health. We have been working with Welkin for some time, and have been fans of their vision.
In a world where technology, healthcare, and business are all integrated, a thorough understanding of semantics is critical, especially when PHI (protected health information)is at risk. No matter what your relationship with HIPAA may be, knowing the difference between being HIPAA ready and HIPAA compliant could save you some big risks and some even bigger costs.
We recently sat down with R "Ray" Wang to chat about the disruption of healthcare business models. Ray was gracious enough to offer his time and insights—even while conducting the interview from Dubai! You can read the transcript and watch the videos here or view a preview:
Integration is a buzzword in healthcare, and for good reason.