Money and stethoscope
Cerner CEO Neal Patterson earned $6,599,410 - or 102 times the $65,000 median pay for employees at the Kansas City, Mo.-based health IT company, according to research firm Glassdoor. More
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Turns out the Department of Veterans Affairs uses a Web-based communication platform that isn't...
Signed in conjunction with a Lockheed Martin subsidiary, this deal aims to address one of the...
CVS is working with three telehealth companies -- American Well, Doctor On Demand and Teladoc -- on how...
More than 80 percent of healthcare CIOs, CTOs and other security leaders polled by KPMG say their...
Healthcare IT News' focus is primarily on IT within the healthcare space, but there's also so...
Analytics firm Inovalon, which develops cloud-based intervention technology for payers, physicians and...
EHR vendor Greenway Health is hailing what it calls a milestone in the world of healthcare...
Despite the many Medicare shared savings ACOs that cut enough of their spending in 2014 to merit...
The President's Commission on White House Fellowships announced Monday the appointment of the 2015...
Offering a novel approach to a complex security challenge, Imprivata on Tuesday introduced...
 
SPOTLIGHT In case you missed it Here are some recent Healthcare IT News reports on industry issues.
People running
The notion of gleaning insights from mountains of health information -- and then applying those precisely to individual patients -- hinges on the confluence of ...More
Docs giving thumbs up
Contrary to a spate of recent studies that show rising physician aggravation with EHR systems, another new poll shows majorities of large practices commending the ...More
Stressed doctor
Physicians are increasingly dissatisfied with their electronic health records. A recent poll found that just 34 percent of physicians said they were happy with their ...More
Man holding crystal ball
Stage 3 of meaningful use is shaping up to be the most challenging and detailed level yet for healthcare providers. Among the elements that warrant ...More
Man climbing cliff
As Washington looks eagerly toward Stage 3 meaningful use, many providers are still working toward Stage 2. Despite disappointing attestation numbers in 2014, and widespread ...More
Doc with stethoscope and medical icons
Thomas McGill, MD, vice president of quality and safety and chief information officer at Butler Health System, describes it as "Community Hospital USA." He spoke ...More
Startup concept illustration
Despite digital health's record breaking VC growth last year -- and more recent reports showing it hasn't slowed down in 2015 either -- the percentage ...More
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Five years after being chosen as one of three pilot locations for the OpenNotes project, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is seeing encouraging returns from ...More
Frustrated doctor at laptop
As they grapple with meaningful use and grumble about usability, nearly 20 percent of community hospitals polled for a recent report are "actively looking to ...More