07:56 am September 10, 2015
In an unprecedented alliance between client and vendor, Boston-based Partners HealthCare and Salt Lake City-based Health Catalyst have agreed to share best practices, intellectual property, technology and training in an effort to take population health management to new heights.
02:43 pm September 09, 2015
Apple unveiled a host of new products Wednesday and the latest version of Watch is the one that advanced the company's healthcare focus at the latest launch event.
10:49 am September 09, 2015
Is your electronic health record ONC-certified? Turns out, even if your EHR vendor and product is "certified" as meeting certain usability requirements, they might not actually be doing so, according to new analysis.
10:29 am September 09, 2015
Patient engagement just got a boost with GetWellNetwork's acquisition of San Diego-based Skylight Healthcare Systems. Both companies describe themselves as early pioneers in interactive patient care.
09:22 am September 09, 2015
Now that Congress is back in session, Planned Parenthood is likely to among the most controversial topics. But it is not the only health-related entity that could potentially have federal funding reduced by legislation.
08:33 am September 09, 2015
Richard Clarke, cybersecurity expert and former national security advisor to three U.S. presidents, will keynote the HIMSS Media and Healthcare IT News Privacy & Security Forum Dec. 1-3 in Boston.
08:26 am September 09, 2015
Security specialists bring to market new cloud services to secure PHI and PII for Salesforce users.
08:04 am September 09, 2015
HIMSS officials plan to share the three "asks" with Congress during National Health IT Week in early October.
06:00 am September 09, 2015
Kaiser Permanente engages 45 percent of its more than 9 million members through online portals, which offer EHR access and secure physician-patient email. But not all providers are able to demonstrate such healthy numbers.
10:44 am September 08, 2015
If only the care team had talked among themselves, the crises surrounding a patient eventually diagnosed with Ebola at a Texas Health Resources hospital last year might have been averted, a panel of experts called in to review the case has concluded.