Vintage fax
Fax stages a comeback March 03, 2015
Don't count fax out of the healthcare picture quite yet. With a few 21st century updates and a little adaptation, what many thought would soon be an outmoded technology is proving its staying power. More
Today’s Headlines
The 100 Top Hospitals recognized this week by Truven Health Analytics boast shorter lengths of stay,...
With recent patient deaths linked to "superbug" exposure and preventable medical errors...
Oral arguments begin today in yet another Supreme Court case that could threaten the existence of the...
Although most providers believe collecting from patients up-front is critical, surprisingly few of them...
A Northern California hospital has acknowledged that its electronic health record system went dark for...
Thanks to committed pursuit of its quality measurement programs, the Centers for Medicare &...
After Mike Simms, vice president of revenue cycle for Greensboro, N.C.-based Cone Health, signed on...
Calling all providers, payers, researchers and government officials: Healthcare IT News and HIMSS Media...
The two-day event within HIMSS15 will give executives insights about cutting-edge technologies,...
As the news and commentary on hospital-acquired infection swirls following recent superbug fatalities...
 
SPOTLIGHT In case you missed it Here are some recent Healthcare IT News reports on industry issues.
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For six years, Healthcare IT News has called on our readers to shine a bright light on the people in this industry who are making ...More
Fire
Stiffer competition between key vendors is leaving an increasing number of healthcare providers on the fence about which EHR system to buy, according to a ...More
Man pushing cloud security button
More and more across healthcare, provider organizations are adding a new C-suite role to their rosters -- or at least a new letter to the ...More
Marilyn Tavenner
"CMS is ready for ICD-10," said outgoing Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner this week, pointing to 660 providers and billing companies ...More
Breaking through a brick wall
UPMC's chief innovation officer talks true semantic interoperability, moving past the hype and reaching thousands of patients at a time.More
Woman raising arms
Most physician practices are now convinced that the ICD-10 transition will finally happen on Oct. 1, 2015. But just 21 percent say they're on track ...More
Nurses on phones
Since computerized physician order entry was introduced as a vital part of their technology armamentarium, physicians have argued that, in order for CPOE to be ...More
Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic is publishing commercialized analytics tools on the Apervita platform, offering other healthcare organizations the chance to leverage its clinical knowledge.More
Flow chart
InterSystems just released the latest version of the data platform it first introduced in 1997: Caché 2015. What does it have to do with Epic? Plenty.More