NHS to log private healthcare data to address gaps in care records
HealthSteps wins AMA-Google’s Interoperability and Innovation Challenge
Next-gen health IT consulting: Moving into post-EHR era
Robots May Soon Join Ranks of Alzheimer's Caregivers
AI, radar may help diabetics monitor sugar without drawing blood
Microsoft Healthcare is a new effort to push doctors to the cloud
Microsoft wants to be a big part of the cloud and AI healthcare race
Exploring the strategic benefits of a move to the cloud
VA sets 1st Cerner go-live for 2020
Cybercriminals Target Hospitals with SamSam Ransomware Attacks
Cybercriminals increased their SamSam ransomware attacks against the healthcare sector in the first quarter of 2018, with numerous cases reported of hospitals paying the ransom to regain access to their systems.
HIE collaboration brings more data to physicians at the point of care
HIT Think 5 ways smaller healthcare organizations can bolster security
This AI Can Provide Health Advice That Is as Good as a Real Doctor's
AI tools improve diagnostic accuracy to match that of docs
Special Report: Radiology Information Systems
CMS creates Chief Health Informatics Officer position to lead interoperability push
Next-gen interoperability: AI, blockchain, FHIR and open source analytics
Healthcare Internet Crimes Cost Victims $925,849 Last Year
Healthcare internet crimes cost victims $925,849 last year, according to the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center’s 2017 Internet Crime Report.
Lawmakers cite VA leadership holes in EHR implementation with first go-live scheduled for 2020
HIT Think Why the recent MD Anderson fine raises prospects for encrypting all information
Patient matching will lead to interoperability, Pew says
Next-gen clinical communication: Real-time location, context-aware and mobile
Florida Hospital building state-of-the-art command center
Medtronic announces commercially availability of AI-powered diabetes management app
Password123456? Has The Password Had Its Day?
Poor Data Sharing Leads to Delays in Care, Global Survey Finds
- Half of consumers (51 percent) say they, or someone they know, have experienced a delay in care due to information not being shared between healthcare professionals.
- Less than half (42 percent) of consumers believe that healthcare providers make effective use of all the data (e.g. from wearable tech and health apps) available to them to deliver a better standard of care.
- The research revealed that consumers in the U.S. (54 percent) and Singapore (62 percent) were most positive when it came to healthcare providers making effective use of the data available to them. In contrast, U.K. consumers (26 percent) were by far the least positive.
House passes opioid bill to expand telehealth, e-prescribing
Prospects for GE’s spun-off health unit said to be strong
Medical informaticists urge CMS to think boldly to improve care
Next-gen population health: mHealth, social determinants, prescriptive analytics
How Phoenix Children's structured its EHRs to be disease specific to improve care, drive savings
GDPR Compliance Process for Health Care Providers
10 insider tricks to keep hackers and scammers from stealing from you
AHA ‘strongly opposes’ interoperability as a Medicare requirement
HIT Think Why HIT executives are worried about business continuity
Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan health venture takes aim at middlemen