Bernie Monegain is Editor-At-Large for Healthcare IT News and Women in Health IT.
By Bernie Monegain 02:28 pm August 23, 2016
Joy M. Grosser, a 20-year health IT veteran, will take the CIO post at University Hospitals’ 18-hospital network in Ohio, effective September 12.
By Bernie Monegain 10:20 am August 23, 2016
‘It’s time to invite the patient to be at the center of their data.’
By Bernie Monegain 09:10 am August 23, 2016
Event to honor judges for 1st Annual Most Influential Women in Health IT Awards.
By Bernie Monegain 07:28 am August 22, 2016
Healthcare IT News travelled to Epic’s campus to learn how the company thinks about design and usability. Takeaway: Health IT is hard. One vice president even said that if she wanted an easier job she could just go to Facebook.
By Bernie Monegain 09:15 am August 19, 2016
The funding, which comes from Affordable Care Act, will go toward quality improvement efforts that engage patients and improve care coordination.
By Bernie Monegain 02:11 pm August 18, 2016
Health IT companies on the magazine’s annual roster specialize in a variety of products and services from analytics and cognitive computing to security management.
Leidos merger positions company for more health IT business worldwide, like Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi
By Bernie Monegain 11:13 am August 17, 2016
Leidos, which along with Cerner and Accenture, last year won a $9 billion contract to provide the Department of Defense with a new electronic health record at DoD facilities worldwide, has recently positioned itself to gain even more healthcare business.
By Bernie Monegain 09:33 am August 16, 2016
The network now conducts more transactions daily than Amazon or Uber, according to CEO Tom Skelton.
Carequality says athenahealth, eClinicalWorks, Epic, NextGen, Surescripts now exchanging data via Interoperability Framework
By Bernie Monegain 08:01 am August 16, 2016
The framework will make interoperability work happening today widespread as more and more EHR vendors, HIEs and providers join the network, according to an Epic executive.
By Bernie Monegain 09:56 am August 12, 2016
Twenty one hospitals will use the supercomputer and the Watson for Oncology software piloted by Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York to offer personalized care for cancer patients.