07:09 am September 09, 2016
Visual hacking’s low-tech nature flies under the radar of chief information security officers and chief privacy officers. But there are simple technology and physical fixes, Kate Borten of the Visual Privacy Advisory Council explains.
06:50 pm September 08, 2016
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Acting Administrator outlines four new options that physician groups will have to comply with the law, avoid negative payment adjustments and, in certain cases, even qualify for a modest incentive payment.
03:20 pm September 08, 2016
There were 44 reports of data breaches in August, and 233 from January through August, according to the monthly Protenus Breach Barometer.
02:44 pm September 08, 2016
By combining Dragon Medical and Imprivata Cortext, the companies can offer a speaker-adaptive engine, custom vocabularies, built-in visualization, voice navigation and other features.
01:03 pm September 08, 2016
The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange posts best practices for electronic payments to help healthcare organizations make use of Automated Clearinghouse electronic transactions.
10:05 am September 08, 2016
Researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered the Zika virus can live in the eye and have found genetic markers from the disease in tears.
09:32 am September 08, 2016
The $8.2 million deal with Moderna aims to accelerate the development of vaccine technology and is expected to be faster than other approaches in developing vaccines.
07:53 am September 08, 2016
MIT professor John Guttag said that growing sets of aggregated data, federal rules mandating access to information and existing tools make machine learning a reality today. Here’s what healthcare organizations need to know about the emerging technology.
07:42 am September 08, 2016
These approaches have enormous potential to enable clinicians, doctors and researchers to spot patterns in existing data sets. We take a look at the two styles and what they mean to healthcare organizations.
05:02 pm September 07, 2016
Cybercriminals are nailing healthcare with the insidious form of malware and CryptoWall is the most common type of ransomware detected in the second quarter, a new report finds.