HHS takes aim at reducing the administrative burden of EHRs
Special Report: PACS
VA partners with DeepMind to identify risks during hospital stays
Epic to demo new Sonnet EHR at HIMSS18
Online Tool Aids Decision Making About Breast Cancer Treatment
EHR Time Exceeds Patient Face Time in Family Practice Visits
Patient-generated health data can be used to improve patients’ health – here’s how
The interest of consumers in capturing their own health data has grown considerably, introducing new challenges and also tremendous opportunities for clinicians and researchers to gain insights from the data. This is why many health practitioners are actively looking for ways to capitalize on the pervasiveness of these devices and find opportunities to use the abundance of data that patients are generating.
Synergy Between Nurses And Automation Could Be Key To Finding Sepsis Early
Drug mistakes killing up to 24,000 patients a year
Clinical decision support takes to the cloud
JAMA: EHRs fail to reduce administrative billing costs
Artificial intelligence poses risks of misuse by hackers, researchers say
HIT Think How healthcare’s regulatory landscape will affect HIT in 2018
In December, the Republican tax bill passed and President Trump signed it into law. The tax bill didn’t repeal the individual mandate, which is the ACA’s provision that requires folks who don’t qualify for a hardship exemption to carry a minimum level of health coverage. Technically, it eliminated the penalty for not having health insurance in the year 2019 and onward.