Cloud Computing

Best Hospital IT 2016 CIOs
By Tom Sullivan 09:33 am November 15, 2016
From chatbots mining social media to wearables and trendy tools, Healthcare IT News' Best Hospital IT Department winners discuss the top tech poised to have a critical impact on their organizations' future.
health IT cloud security

Credit: fdecomite via Flickr.

By Jack McCarthy 10:24 am November 14, 2016
Hiring managers and health IT pros take note: These skillsets and job positions are the most difficult for healthcare organizations to hire for and that, in turn, can create opportunities to ramp up your career.  
Tableau data analytics
By Jack McCarthy 09:52 am November 14, 2016
The company unveiled forthcoming hyper data engine, natural language query capabilities, an effort it dubbed Project Maestro, as well as visualization features and cloud-based services coming down the pike. 
By Jessica Davis 11:08 am November 10, 2016
Mayo Clinic and biotechnology firm Illumina will collaborate on next-generation sequencing technology to further Mayo's genetic and genomic research, the orgnizations announced today.
Shark Tank Herjavec cloud
By Bill Siwicki 09:48 am November 04, 2016
The technology entrepreneur discussed the rapidly changing IT and security landscape and shared advice for CIOs. 
Inspira Cerner EHR population health

‘It’s the catalyst to dramatically transform how we are able to care for our patients,’ Inspira Health CEO John DiAngelo says of the hosted Cerner EHR it is employing across the health network.

By Bernie Monegain 02:39 pm November 03, 2016
The health network is moving to an enterprise-wide platform to improve care quality and patient safety.
By Jessica Davis 11:42 am November 03, 2016
The breed of emerging security technologies, which leverage AI and machine learning, can slow down hackers and sift through massive data volumes to help users make actionable decisions.
Revenue cycle management Recondo

Recondo CEO Jay Deady

By Bernie Monegain 09:26 am November 03, 2016
CEO Jay Deady says that the new money will go toward product development of its revenue cycle technologies.
IBM patient safety Celgene
By Bernie Monegain 11:21 am November 02, 2016
The partners intend to combine Watson’s cognitive computing technology with Celgene’s drug safety and risk management to create decision support tools.
By Jessica Davis 10:49 am November 02, 2016
A hacker group released a new malware strain into the wild able to override IoT devices for use in DDoS attacks. Linux/IRC Telnet or the 'new Aidra' was discovered by researchers who posted an analysis on an anti-malware site.

Most Read

The Daily Brief Newsletter