10:58 am November 17, 2015
HealthMyne, a Madison, Wis.-based radiology startup, is working with nearby Epic Systems and UW Health to integrate its informatics platform with electronic health record data.
09:56 am November 17, 2015
A brand new browser extension collects information about what medical students are reading to ultimately enhance related Wikipedia articles.
10:16 am November 16, 2015
Geisinger Health System made waves this past week by announcing it will offer refunds for 'dissatisfied' surgery patients. Chanin Wendling, Geisinger's director of eHealth, talks about the technology underpinning the project and the population health strategy behind it.
09:41 am November 12, 2015
ECRI Institute has released its 2016 list of worst technology hazards occurring today. Any of the items listed on the top 10 list could be deadly.
09:25 am November 11, 2015
Epic President Carl Dvorak wrote much of the original code in the system and made some of the enduring architectural decisions empowering its growth. With the company since 1987, he is often referred to as the technology brains of the organization.
10:29 am November 10, 2015
Two industry associations call for modifications to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT draft advisory on interoperability standards.
09:32 am November 10, 2015
IBM Watson and Boston Children's Hospital are taking on rare children's diseases that are hard to diagnose and treat. First up is a rare form of kidney disease.
09:18 am November 10, 2015
Geisinger Health System, an Epic shop, recently chose to deploy Cerner's HealtheIntent population health platform. We spoke with Nicholas Marko, MD, Geisinger's chief data officer, about the integration challenges and opportunities ahead.
03:50 pm November 09, 2015
The Wright Center, in northeastern Pennsylvania, has been named a 2015 HIMSS Ambulatory Davies Award recipient, recognized for its outstanding achievement in health information technology to improve patient outcomes.
11:01 am November 09, 2015
Consumers want health apps to do more for their lives, to "more accurately communicate and monitor their health." But product sophistication and an accurate understanding of consumer profiles limit capability.