Network Infrastructure

UMass Memorial Epic EHR

UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, Massachusetts

By Bernie Monegain 01:23 pm September 13, 2017
System says $700 million price tag encompasses several other projects beyond just the EHR system.
AMA demands EHR overhaul
By Bernie Monegain 09:42 am September 12, 2017
Latest study confirms typing and clicking consume more than half the workday for doctors.
Intermountain moves to open IT platform
By Bernie Monegain 02:40 pm August 29, 2017
The Utah system will tap Red Hat for more agile, modern infrastructure as it replaces legacy tools.
How Nuance avoided disaster after falling victim to Petya
By Jessica Davis 03:56 pm August 28, 2017
The wiper malware wreaked havoc across the globe in June, but Nuance managed to keep its operations afloat by putting customer needs first.
Rush UMC sues Draeger

Rush University Medical Center

By Mike Miliard 03:22 pm August 24, 2017
The academic medical center cites years of misfiring alerts and wireless monitoring challenges that it says taxed its staff and put patient safety at risk.

MIT's Great Dome in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Photo via John Phelan

By Bernie Monegain 10:22 am August 15, 2017
Technology bundle includes a portal to connect patients with physicians at the university ambulatory provider.
By Jessica Davis 11:22 am August 02, 2017
It was a disaster, no question, but the West Virginia system found it could have been a lot worse had it not put the right mechanisms in place.
cyberthreats
By Tom Sullivan 12:08 pm August 01, 2017
The Trump White House is building upon Obama’s security work, according to former Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel, but cyberthreats keep getting bigger.
Cybersecurity weak points

Target’s HVAC vendors were phished and led to the more than 100 million records breached a few years ago. 

By Bill Siwicki 11:50 am August 01, 2017
Cybersecurity weak points arise just about any time IT services are added or removed, or new products and vendors enter a network.
Nuance Petya attack
By Jessica Davis 01:30 pm July 28, 2017
Officials of the voice and language tool provider said 75 percent of its clients are once again able to use its eScription LH platform.

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