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As the summer dawns, we look back on the first six months of the year, highlighting the biggest stories -- from population health to ICD-10, meaningful use to privacy and security -- that had Healthcare IT News readers clicking, tweeting, liking, sharing and commenting. More
Today’s Headlines
Health IT-enabled care coordination leaves much to be desired, according to a new survey of clinicians...
Kaiser Permanente's head of cyber risk defense says healthcare's escalating war against...
In a July 1 letter, to the Senate HELP Committee group working on improving EHRs, CHIME highlights...
Healthcare IT News' focus is primarily on IT within the healthcare space, but there's also so...
Patrick Soon-Shiong, businessman, surgeon, scientist and founder of health IT company NantHealth...
Arguably just as important as ICD-10 readiness come time for October is also focusing on what's to...
Once upon a time, security was simpler. Now it's a different world -- a more dangerous one, with...
The numbers should shake any provider still blissfully ignorant of privacy threats out of their...
As healthcare providers shift away from fee-for-service toward value-based payment models, they're...
In the national discourse about interoperability, much of the focus is on enabling a doctor using one...
 
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Doc and patients
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Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday voted 6-3 against the plaintiffs in the case of King v. Burwell. The ruling means more than 6 million ...More
Telemedicine
Telemedicine can be "so easy." For Medicare patients, it’s also incredibly rare. Nearly 20 years after such videoconferencing technology has been available for health services, ...More
Money
As the U.S. healthcare industry speeds toward an era where value-based reimbursement is the rule rather than the exception, hospitals are doing their homework in ...More
Magnifying glass on keyboard
A former employee at a major New York health system has been indicted, along with seven others, for stealing personal data of 12,000 patients, enabling ...More
Network
The CommonWell Health Alliance continues to add new members as it works toward an ambitious goal of expanding its provider footprint to 5,000 sites nationwide ...More
Password
As an academic medical center, University of Utah Health Care has some special security challenges unique to an organization of its size and scope. One ...More
Trophy
For the past five years, one analytics company has been compiling an annual list of the top 100 critical access hospitals in America. Just 16 ...More
Future
For those healthcare providers still resistant to technology, listen up: You're going to be left behind. From the "platform revolution" to the "Internet of me," ...More