The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) announced it awarded $33 million to three healthcare IT innovators, including earmarking nearly $5.5 million to Change Healthcare, as part of an initiative to expand the country’s digital health ecosystem. Change Healthcare will use the funds to increase its presence in Israel, creating new career opportunities while collaborating with other innovators in the Israeli digital health community, and the company’s Israeli development centers. MobiHealthNews Israeli Government Dips into Digital Health With $33M Grant Becker’s Health IT & CIO Report Israel Offers GE, Change Healthcare, Medtronic $33M for Digital Health R&D Haarezt Three Global Healthcare Companies Get Aid

Change Healthcare brought cloud security to a higher level with Change Healthcare Security Management, featuring an innovative “BYOK” (Bring Your Own Key) service now offered as part of the ...

Change Healthcare announced it has earned “Certified” status for information security by HITRUST for the solutions listed below and is working to certify additional solutions in its portfolio. ...

Change Healthcare has introduced Member Healthcare Payments, a consumer payment solution that enables health plans to display consolidated patient financial information in a single destination. ...

Change Healthcare is mentioned prominently in a new McKinsey report, “Blockchain beyond the hype: What is the strategic business value?” The study highlights Change Healthcare’s ...

Change Healthcare has unveiled a new technology that helps providers reduce one of the leading causes of claim denials: missing attachments. Assurance Attach Assist, part of Change Healthcare ...