01:20 pm September 16, 2016
"As I've said many times, one of the great challenges we have is that the 2015 Edition final rule has an enormous scope extending beyond meaningful use with the notion that it can be coupled to every government healthcare IT program," writes John Halamka, MD.
12:53 pm September 12, 2016
The findings of the HIMSS Longitudinal Gender Compensation Assessment report take direct aim at the claim that, in health IT, "You've come a long way." In truth, we need to take a systems view of how we've gotten to where we are to
11:05 am September 08, 2016
"You want the strongest, happiest, smartest people in your corner," according to Dana Alexander, former board chair, HIMSS North America.
02:06 pm September 06, 2016
I was fortunate to work with an excellent executive coach several years ago. He helped me gain new insight into who I am and how I lead. I am a much better leader as a result of our year-long work together. And I periodically reconnect with him now to bounce around ideas when going through major transitions.
11:06 am September 06, 2016
Penn Medicine associate CIO John Donohue shares insights and obstacles from the academic medical centers work on telehealth thus far.
05:07 pm August 30, 2016
Some 18 percent of U.S. consumers use a wearable device, according to the 2016 UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper survey.
10:36 am August 24, 2016
Listen to HIMSS Executive Vice President Carla Smith talk about what led to the launch of HIMSS and Healthcare IT News initiative for Women in Health IT. Smith also talks about plans going forward for this newly minted community.
10:07 am August 22, 2016
There are many pointed reasons why pay equity matters to Adam Bazer, a senior manager of health information systems at HIMSS.
12:17 pm August 19, 2016
Since HIMSS’s July 27 2016 release of the longitudinal gender compensation study in which we reported on a widening pay gap between men and women health IT workers, I’ve published a blog on
11:31 am August 17, 2016
On August 10, I was so excited to share that we had reached another milestone in the Walking Gallery. Five years into our patient rights movement we had reached 400 members! I even shared the post that lists where everyone lives. I loved the picture blogger chose for the post.