Tag Archives: Providers

Trump ‘conscience’ rule for medical providers facing legal challenge in California

LOS ANGELES – Critics are assailing the Trump administration’s so-called “conscience” rule that allows health-care workers to refuse medical treatment to people, even in emergencies. They charge it allows “discrimination” against LGBTQ and women, and could result in some medical providers refusing lifesaving care. In a release last week, the U.S. Health and Human Services… Read More »

More than third of outpatient providers want to replace EHRs, IT tools

Brief Published April 29, 2019 Dive Brief: A sizable number of outpatient organizations are looking to replace EHRs and other IT tools with systems that better suit their needs or offer better value, a new Reaction Data report found. Among 153 ambulatory care providers, almost 40% are considering replacing existing IT tools — from EHRs (27%)… Read More »