12:34 pm March 23, 2017
CEO John Flannery said the company is embarking on a digital transformation of its healthcare entity, which is focused on cloud, data analytics, population health, imaging and more.
08:54 am March 22, 2017
The IT consultancy also said IoT will skyrocket to $1.3 trillion and predicted that wearables are poised to pick up steam again.
CMIO says analytics, artificial intelligence, Big Data and machine learning are becoming IT requirements
08:16 am March 22, 2017
Healthcare organizations are going to need all of them to compete and thrive in the next generation of healthcare, according to Onpointe chief medical information officer Terry Sullivan.
10:49 am March 21, 2017
With a new acute-care deployment, in addition to cloud-based migration of its ChartLogic outpatient EHR, practice management and patient portal technology, "the future of healthcare IT is in cloud-based applications," says Medsphere's CEO.
01:00 pm March 20, 2017
Big Blue also announced new developer and governance tools for blockchain.
11:04 am March 17, 2017
MedyMatch brings deep vision algorithms that combine medical knowledge with AI for clinical decision support.
10:03 am March 16, 2017
Bill Maris re-emerges to create Section 32, a venture capital fund that will kick-off with $100 million and invest at least half of that in life sciences.
09:22 am March 13, 2017
Prominent healthcare executives are predicting a drastic shift from on-premise IT infrastructure into the cloud. That includes electronic health records, clinical decision support and analytics.
01:53 pm March 10, 2017
Healthcare IT News conducted a post-HIMSS17 survey to gauge real implementations of the conference’s big buzzwords. Respondents also revealed their favorite part of this year’s conference.
HIMSS17 roundup: Emerging technologies, reality check on ACA repeal, Dan Rather's reasons for optimism
09:17 am March 08, 2017
This year's conference hit on many healthcare trends, including machine learning, analytics and population health. And then there were Dan Rather, Ginni Rometty, John Boehner and Michael Leavitt. Here are the high points, all in one place.