Jessica Davis is Associate Editor of Healthcare IT News.
By Jessica Davis 12:59 pm February 19, 2017
Intermountain is using genomics to attack the Darwinian nightmare.
By Jessica Davis 12:20 pm February 17, 2017
Microsoft and UPMC have partnered to improve healthcare delivery through a series of projects, Microsoft announced Thursday.
By Jessica Davis 12:11 pm February 16, 2017
UC Berkeley brought the case against Broad Institute in Jan. 2016, challenging the intellectual rights over patents held by Broad Institute for the gene editing technology. While Broad was first awarded patents for the technology, UC Berkeley claimed it was first to apply for the patent.
By Jessica Davis 10:27 am February 15, 2017
A new health plan data exchange service from athenahealth offers support its providers who exchange clinical data with payers for quality management, risk adjustment and performance management programs, the company announced Wednesday.
By Jessica Davis 12:44 pm February 14, 2017
Besser, who is currently the health and medical editor for ABC News, succeeds Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, who led the organization for 14 years.
By Jessica Davis 11:12 am February 14, 2017
The acting VA undersecretary is the only remaining leader of the Obama administration and the only Trump cabinet pick with bipartisan support.
By Jessica Davis 01:13 pm February 13, 2017
Failure to comply would result in one to five years imprisonment and or a $50,000 fine. The bill is headed to the Georgia senate for a vote and if it passes, will move to the house.
By Jessica Davis 04:44 pm February 09, 2017
LogistiCare manages more than 69 million non-emergency medical trips for about 27 million riders annually. The partnership will increase the company's reach, including commercial, Medicare and Medicaid plan members.
By Jessica Davis 10:29 am February 09, 2017
The Department of Defense turned on its electronic health record pilot MHS Genesis at the Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane, Washington, Defense Healthcare Management Systems announced via Twitter on Tuesday.
By Jessica Davis 02:18 pm February 08, 2017
Hackers reportedly had access to the practice's server between February and July of 2016. The files contained names, Social Security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth, CPT codes and insurance information.