Tom Sullivan is the Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare IT News. Sullivan writes the Innovation Pulse column and covers major HIT topics including government policy and emerging technologies. Follow Tom on Twitter @SullyHIT
By Tom Sullivan 12:12 pm May 24, 2017
Health IT agency will run on a lot less cash and without a slate of operating units.
By Tom Sullivan 03:31 pm May 23, 2017
HIMSS, AHIMA, AMIA all say the drastic cuts to ONC and other agencies will hamper patient safety and new cures, send innovation in a downward spiral and slow down work toward a learning health system.
By Tom Sullivan 11:22 am May 23, 2017
Persistent infrastructure and talent acquisition concerns render the industry not-quite-ready to embrace the next generation of health IT. But we’re getting close.
By Tom Sullivan 10:47 am May 23, 2017
The President’s proposal instructs the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to prioritize interoperability and EHR usability with $22 million less than ONC had in years’ past.
By Tom Sullivan 09:30 am May 23, 2017
Analyst also advised hospitals to prepare now for rapid consolidation in the EHR and revenue cycle markets.
By Tom Sullivan 12:59 pm May 22, 2017
April was the second straight month where breached healthcare entities improved the time it took to detect security incidents and how quickly they then alerted the government.
By Tom Sullivan 09:15 am May 22, 2017
More Disruption Please Labs head Santosh Mohan said that CEO Jonathan Bush will present big ideas for digital health startups to chase at an event next month in San Francisco.
By Tom Sullivan 10:31 am May 19, 2017
As I stood in a room of infosec and healthcare CISOs, the response to the ransomware was nothing short of fear.
By Tom Sullivan 10:11 am May 19, 2017
Today’s IT infrastructures are not hearty enough to support the data needs of genomics and other emerging healthcare practices and capabilities, HIMSS Analytics says.
By Tom Sullivan 02:37 pm May 18, 2017
But there is no killer app to solve the whole problem of unsecured legacy devices.