EHR equates to Electronic Health Records

KLAS report explores health IT buying decisions, customer satisfaction

The new study takes a broad view of dozens of healthcare market segments, from acute EHRs to virtual care platforms, and assesses the how providers choose vendor partnerships.

Poll: Is the time right for consumer-facing apps like Apple Health Records to work?

There are a lot of organizations betting on Apple's plan – now it's time for you to weigh in on the idea.

Update: VA loses acting CIO Blackburn, creating more uncertainty for EHR project

Just weeks after David Shulkin was ousted as VA Secretary, Scott Blackburn, one of the leaders of the department's EHR modernization project, announced his departure on Twitter.

How Apple's Health Records could reshape patient engagement

Dignity Health's chief digital officer explains why he thinks Apple can succeed for population health and precision medicine efforts where other PHR launches have not.

UNC Health reaches Stage 7 with advanced EMR, analytics capabilities

UNC Health Care has reached Stage 7, the highest level on the HIMSS Analytics EMR Adoption Model, which measures healthcare facilities on their use of advanced analytics and health information technology. The designation applies to all UNC facilities: its hospitals, physician practices and applied analytics.

What are the challenges to getting precision medicine into the mainstream?

Experts point to the need to demonstrate value, as well as challenges integrating genomic data into EHRs and handling massive amounts of data.

CIO reflections from HIMSS18: What to do with all that EHR data

Penn Medicine chief information officer Mike Restuccia shares four tactics for ensuring success with big data projects.

30% of physician practices to replace their EHR within 3 years, Black Book says

Medical groups are seeking customizable and cloud-based systems and emerging technologies like speech-recognition capabilities.

Munising Memorial Hospital to implement Cerner EHR

The Michigan hospital joins a growing legion of smaller hospitals that are subscribing to cloud-based EHR, revenue cycle and patient portals, among other services.