Clinical

CIOs
By Mike Miliard 10:05 am December 14, 2015
We polled the chief information officers of top IT departments and asked them about the projects they'll be pursuing in 2016 as well as their predictions for healthcare or health IT in the coming year.
Health IT illustration
By Mike Miliard 10:53 am December 10, 2015
A new report looking at EHR usability and clinical decision support draws upon AHRQ research to explore ways improved health IT interfaces -- websites, apps, dashboards -- can lead to better patient care.
Stethoscope on keyboard
By Jessica Davis 10:46 am December 10, 2015
The constant for 2016 will be a rise in patient engagement in HIEs, along with a drastic increase in security measures to prevent breaches, as the healthcare industry moves toward a more patient-centered mission.
Howard Messing
By Skip Snow 10:29 am December 10, 2015
Howard Messing has been with MEDITECH since 1974, when he joined as a developer. As CEO, he sees the healthcare industry entering a pivotal moment, making big strides toward mobility, interoperability and value-based care.
Puzzle piece
By Tom Sullivan 08:25 am December 10, 2015
The population health management vendor announced an open platform for tying together multiple data sources for predictive modeling.
Doctor using laptop
By Mike Miliard 10:58 am December 09, 2015
Scripps Health will deploy a clinical network from Health Gorilla to enable HIPAA-compliant access to imaging and lab data from its facilities for community physicians and their patients.
Businesspeople
By Skip Snow 06:17 am December 09, 2015
Terri Steinberg, MD, is chief health information officer and vice president for population health informatics at Christiana Care. She was the CMIO of the organization until this year -- but says her new role helps better address the needs of those not within the health system.
Googleplex
By Tom Sullivan 10:06 am December 08, 2015
Google's Alphabet unit christened its so-called "moonshot" health laboratory with the name Verily. The lab houses four main teams working on hardware, software, clinical, and science projects.
research
By Tom Sullivan 10:00 am December 08, 2015
SAP on Tuesday announced two new products for housing and analyzing clinical and genomics data. The tools are built on top of its HANA in-memory computing platform.
By Mike Miliard 09:48 am December 08, 2015
Carequality, a public-private collaborative working as part of the Sequoia Project (formerly known as Healtheway) to drive more efficient data exchange, has launched an interoperability framework it says will be useful to a diverse array stakeholders.

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