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By John Halamka 08:17 am August 11, 2015
For years, manufacturers of medical devices depended on the "kindness of stranger," assuming that devices would never be targeted by bad actors. Hospitals must do their best to isolate medical devices from the internet and from other computing devices that could infect them.
By Carl Natale 12:01 pm August 10, 2015
Here's an idea about learning the codes you need to know quickly.
By Tom Sullivan 07:56 am August 07, 2015
There's a lot to be gleaned from tactics the Defense Department employed when announcing its EHR contract. Other federal agencies should be paying attention.
By Chuck Webster, MD 07:49 am August 07, 2015
Now that we have laid the groundwork in parts 1 through 4, let's look ahead, about five years into the future. How will a new generation of workflow platforms pull all the pieces together, to get to true healthcare workflow interoperability?
By Ryan Beckland 02:03 pm August 06, 2015
(SPONSORED) The following emerging trends are transforming the utilization of digital devices from a fad to a meaningful movement that can actually result in improved health.
By Validic 01:57 pm August 06, 2015
(SPONSORED) The drug design process is a challenge in healthcare that calls for the better use of data at every turn. The utilization of connected digital devices can help, as gathering remote clinical information can enable pharmaceutical companies to collect more data, more efficiently.
By Carl Natale 09:44 am August 06, 2015
Readiness survey suggests transition will be tricky.
By Chuck Webster, MD 07:56 am August 06, 2015
The health IT industry has a second chance at building process-aware health information systems, if we proceed carefully and in the right manner. In this, the fourth part of my five-part series, are my suggestions on making workflow interoperability happen.
By Eric Wicklund 07:39 am August 06, 2015
Call it a giant leap forward in the development of personalized drug therapies and one that could someday enable patients to 3D print medications themselves.
By Chuck Webster, MD 07:51 am August 05, 2015
Building on data and task interoperability, healthcare will finally be able to get to workflow interoperability. In the third part of my five-part series, here's a look at what that means.

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