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By Tom Sullivan 11:41 am January 17, 2018
The Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center CMIO earned the award by applying IT at the point of care to optimize engagements and improve outcomes, the associations said.
By Tom Sullivan 10:16 am January 17, 2018
The software to be unveiled at HIMSS18 will tap algorithms to let clinicians know when a patient needs attention.
By Tom Sullivan 09:30 am January 17, 2018
Like so many IT projects, it starts with culture, according to David Chou, CIO of Children’s Mercy.
By Tom Sullivan 05:22 pm January 16, 2018
Software giant will add file-based storage capabilities for Windows and Linux to its Azure cloud.
By Tom Sullivan 09:25 am January 15, 2018
Methodist Hospital chief information officer named the John E. Gall Jr. award for “his dedication and generosity,” advocating inside the Beltway for many rural and small hospitals — not just his own.
HIMSS18 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Healthcare event: Moving AI out of the dark
By Tom Sullivan 09:22 am January 12, 2018
Speakers will cut through the hype to share real-world success stories and discuss the challenges of AI, machine learning, cognitive computing and precision medicine at the AI and Machine Learning for Healthcare event in Las Vegas.
By Tom Sullivan 09:39 am January 10, 2018
Expert speakers who have already achieved great success with the cloud will share insights and experience about the innovations, security, machine learning and easy wins the model enables.
Microsoft vs. Google: Hot start to 2018 for investments in machine learning and precision medicine startups
By Tom Sullivan 09:44 am January 05, 2018
The tech giants both participated in a VC round and three days later, each had also invested in another emerging company with cutting-edge technology tailored for healthcare.
By Tom Sullivan 10:01 am January 04, 2018
Though the company is already working on fixing its software and was previously ordered to give free upgrades or help customers switch vendors.
By Tom Sullivan 01:05 pm January 03, 2018
Plaintiffs say they had to forfeit meaningful use incentive payments in 2014 and lost out on more money in 2017 because EHR did not meet requirements, though eClinicalWorks says the claims are without merit.