08:37 am March 23, 2015
(SPONSORED) As healthcare providers transition to population health management, they have recognized that engaging patients is essential to success.
10:03 am March 17, 2015
A bipartisan think tank is calling on Congress to let the Food and Drug Administration use EHRs and crowd-sourced patient experience data to help transform the drug and medical device approval process.
08:03 am March 17, 2015
Imprivata will showcase solutions for safeguarding mobile and desktop messaging across the enterprise at HIMSS15.
11:01 am March 12, 2015
Healthcare IT News has created a searchable and sortable accounting of HIPAA breaches, using Department of Health and Human Services data. Check out the list, which includes 1,149 reported breaches compromising the protected health information of more than 41 million people.
10:40 am March 10, 2015
Underpinning the newly established pharmacogenomics clinic at NorthShore University HealthSystem is a strong analytics infrastructure -- positioning it for a future where every patient has pharmacogenomic data in their EMRs.
11:00 am March 02, 2015
After a perplexing visit to the emergency department, one patient takes a critical look at the ways electronic health record design can lead to workflow processes that just don't make sense.
10:16 am February 23, 2015
Cleveland Clinic has partnered with a cable TV giant to form an alliance that aims to expand the reach of healthcare beyond the hospital, into a mall kiosk, a mobile phone or a patient's home.
10:40 am February 17, 2015
Physicians are at the top of Glassdoor's list of the 25 most lucrative jobs, with an average base salary of $212,270. Notably absent from the list? Positions for healthcare CIOs.
10:47 am February 11, 2015
One of the nation's largest healthcare systems has officially named its new chief information officer, who will lead the IT arm of the 38-hospital health system.
11:01 am February 22, 2013
A new report, supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, demonstrates that processing prescriptions through computerized provider order entry can cut drug errors in half, and could avoid more than 17 million adverse incidents annually.