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By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 06:59 am June 13, 2017
A survey found 56 percent worry about health coverage, leaving the question, what would you do if you don't have affordable health insurance?
By Sue Schade 12:08 pm June 09, 2017
It’s not just how you behave and speak in person, but also online and on social media. Words matter.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 04:35 pm June 08, 2017
Will the president keep his healthcare pledges made on the campaign trail?
By Kevin Fu and Harold Thimbleby 07:04 am June 05, 2017
Healthcare security experts argue that hospitals must ensure high availability of medical devices and IT systems with practices that resemble preventing and treating disease. Because ransomware is a symptom rather than the problem. 
By Mike Restuccia 02:27 am May 30, 2017
An electronic medical record implementation requires accuracy and precision. And making that happen demands a variety of skillsets, professional backgrounds and expertise. Here’s what worked for Penn Medicine. 
By Barry Caplin 02:04 am May 30, 2017
There is only one group responsible for the attack but the ransomware scare raised new areas of concern hospitals should know about. 
By Ira S. Sachs 08:55 am May 23, 2017
VA Secretary David Shulkin is currently in the process of deciding among electronic health record alternatives for the future. Here are the main aspects VA should take into account when making its pick.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 09:46 am May 22, 2017
Recent research points to dissatisfaction and erosion of trust between American citizens and government.
By Sue Schade 09:36 am May 22, 2017
Both ethics and compliance start in the C-suite, Sue Schade writes. 
By Sue Schade 04:42 pm May 18, 2017
Having a meaningful impact can help with the day-to-day operational issues of IT.

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