06:43 pm April 13, 2015
One of the hottest mHealth devices at HIMSS15 isn't even available yet.
02:24 pm April 12, 2015
Healthcare is at a pivotal moment -- one unlike any before -- where troves of data are now available at our fingertips, helping to inform more effective and efficient care: "No longer is the data storage repository in healthcare the doctor's brain."
12:28 pm April 10, 2015
The community enables clinicians and researchers to share best practices, data and dashboards with an approach officials describe as "very different" than what others are currently doing.
08:23 am March 27, 2015
At no other time in history has there been such a concentrated push for interoperability as there is today. But that doesn't mean the road to connected care will be an easy one.
10:07 am March 25, 2015
"The interviews really brought it to life; it was fun to do," says Robert Wachter, MD, of the 90 or so people, from across the healthcare industry and beyond, he spoke to for his probing and sometimes provocative new book, "The Digital Doctor."
10:53 am February 26, 2015
Mayo Clinic is publishing commercialized analytics tools on the Apervita platform, offering other healthcare organizations the chance to leverage its clinical knowledge.
09:26 am February 24, 2015
Healthcare privacy and security experts from around the United States will gather in San Diego March 5-6 to share information and strategize over how to combat cybercrime, insider threats and other pressing challenges to patient data.
08:41 pm February 02, 2015
As he prepares to embark on one of the largest IT implementations in recent memory, Mayo Clinic CIO Cris Ross explains the thinking behind the choice of Epic for EHR and revenue cycle, and lays out his next steps.
10:36 am January 30, 2015
Finally, CMS has acknowledged a months-long chorus of frustration from industry groups that existing meaningful use rules are just too onerous. One typical reaction: "Hip, hip hooray!"
11:13 am January 29, 2015
After four years and $60 million, ONC's Strategic Health IT Advanced Research Projects program has pretty much wound down. Has it made electronic health records any more usable?