Morning Headlines 2/28/23
Cerebral to Cut 15% of Staff in Fresh Round of Layoffs
Cerebral lays off 15% of its staff, part of the direct-to-consumer telemedicine company’s year-long plan to reorganize and streamline its services.
CodaMetrix Closes $55M Series A to Autonomously Power Medical Coding, Boost Health System Revenue Cycles
Automated coding technology vendor CodaMetrix raises $55 million in a Series A funding round led by SignalFire.
Top-Rated Practice Management Systems Align Tech to Transitioning Medical Office Operations, Black Book Annual Physician Survey
Practice management software end users give EClinicalWorks, ModMed, NextGen, and Veradigm top customer satisfaction marks in Black Book’s latest annual survey.
HHS Announces New Divisions Within the Office for Civil Rights to Better Address Growing Need of Enforcement in Recent Years
HHS OCR renames its Health Information Privacy Division to the Health Information Privacy, Data, and Cybersecurity Division as part of a reorganization that will better enable the office to more effectively respond to complaints.
I think you're referring to this: https://www.wired.com/2015/03/how-technology-led-a-hospital-to-give-a-patient-38-times-his-dosage/ It's a fascinating example of the swiss cheese effect, and should be required…