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By Tom Sullivan 12:06 pm July 24, 2017
Here’s a look at issues in eClinicalWorks electronic health record that could create difficulties for clients, what the company has done since the DOJ settlement, and actions it recommends customers take now.
Athenahealth swings to a profit on 15% revenue jump tied to population health, ambulatory and hospital services
By Tom Sullivan 11:51 am July 21, 2017
The company’s sales also rose during a quarter that saw speculation about a future sale or takeover of the EHR vendor.
By Tom Sullivan 04:31 pm July 18, 2017
The conference, in Boston Sept. 11-12, 2017, will address how to become a cybersecurity superhero, surviving on a tight budget, world-class strategy, emerging technologies and more.
By Tom Sullivan 10:52 am July 18, 2017
Bedside Patient Rescue offers a view into patient risk and next steps to avoid adverse health events, the organizations said.
By Tom Sullivan 11:34 am July 17, 2017
The agency overpaid hospitals $730 million and now two U.S. Senators want to know why it hasn’t tried harder to get that money back.
By Tom Sullivan 09:09 am July 17, 2017
From a job killing acronym to tech trends they're sick of hearing, prominent technologists share the least-liked, most-overused idioms, slang and jargon.
By Tom Sullivan 03:10 pm July 14, 2017
The service enables parents or caregivers and pediatric patients to conduct virtual visits by using a high definition video-conference technology.
By Tom Sullivan 12:43 pm July 14, 2017
Regulations would keep meaningful use Stage 3 reporting requirements, increase some patient reimbursements and cut drug payments.
By Tom Sullivan 01:02 pm July 13, 2017
The proposal allocates more than the President’s plan to HHS, NIH, CDC and others.
By Tom Sullivan 02:12 pm July 12, 2017
With the Department of Justice expected to widen its false claims probe, 35 percent of healthcare insiders say trust in all electronic health records vendors is waning.