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By Tom Sullivan 02:32 pm November 21, 2017
Ambra Health announced that Atrius Health and Envision Radiology both picked its imaging management service. The cloud-based tools will enable Atrius and Envision to exchange radiology images within their health systems. Ambra said its platform offers vendor neutral archive (VNA) capabilities and a diagnostic viewer user experience.
By Tom Sullivan 01:19 pm November 20, 2017
Hospitals can use the guide to assess their needs and opportunities as well as determine practical steps to establishing a telehealth program.
By Tom Sullivan 12:15 pm November 20, 2017
Change will now offer customers a hosted service that combines multiple credentialing documents into a single instance.
By Tom Sullivan 12:08 pm November 17, 2017
Providers in other countries have similar challenges and priorities to the U.S., but there are some differences as well.
By Tom Sullivan 12:16 pm November 14, 2017
Industry trade groups like the American Hospital Association and HIMSS are encouraged by his background in innovation and health IT.
By Tom Sullivan 01:29 pm November 13, 2017
But only half of consumers think EHRs make healthcare safer, according to a new survey by HealtheLink.
By Tom Sullivan 12:05 pm November 09, 2017
Azar previously served as deputy secretary at Health and Human Services under President George W. Bush.
By Tom Sullivan 03:24 pm November 08, 2017
New research projects that healthcare organizations will continue buying more and more analytics technologies every year.
Epic, Cerner, CVS align with Surescripts to make personalized prescription benefit, pricing info available in EHRs
By Tom Sullivan 08:23 am November 07, 2017
The company said more than half of U.S. physicians and nearly two-thirds of patients will now be able to view information about benefits and drug costs to make decisions together during office visits.
By Tom Sullivan 03:34 pm November 02, 2017
Plenty of people have speculated that all the back-and-forth concerning repealing or replacing the Affordable Care Act was causing hospitals to tighten their IT budgets and new research has determined that, at least when it comes to population health management spending, they may have been right. Here’s what happened.