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EHR certification compliance
By Bill Siwicki 04:32 pm October 20, 2017
Only 9 percent are fully compliant with ONC’s 2015 EHR certification, according to a new report from the eHealth Initiative. 
Cleveland Clinic fraud
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:23 pm October 20, 2017
Wisam Rizk, of Westlake, Ohio caused incorporation of shell company, paid kickbacks for Fingerhut’s silence, the Department of Justice said.
By Bill Siwicki 03:09 pm October 20, 2017
Hospitals are uniquely susceptible to security risks when different corporate and IT cultures come together. 
medical device security
By Jessica Davis 02:50 pm October 20, 2017
As the number of connected devices is projected to grow to 20 to 50 billion by 2020, the FBI says the threat of DDoS attacks launched by leveraging flaws in IoT devices is not going away anytime soon.
By Tom Sullivan 01:54 pm October 20, 2017
Healthcare organizations must understand these elements of digital transformation today to succeed at DX in the near future.
athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush
By Bernie Monegain 01:39 pm October 20, 2017
CEO Jonathan Bush says plans are underway to curb as much as $115 million in spending by the end of 2018.
Santa Clara EMRAM Stage 7

Valley Health Center in downtown San Jose, California. Photo via Google Maps

By Tom Sullivan 11:18 am October 20, 2017
The hospital uses its EHR, analytics and associated IT to foster communications between departments, decrease visits and shorten wait times.  
By Bernie Monegain 10:41 am October 20, 2017
While many vendors earned high marks, they all seem to have ‘too many clicks’ in the eyes of their users
HIMSS18 Speaking Proposals
By Healthcare IT News 10:09 am October 20, 2017
HIMSS is accepting speaking proposals for the 
Nuance NotPetya Attack
By Jessica Davis 09:39 am October 20, 2017
Energy and Commerce Chairman Rep. Greg Walden is hoping Nuance’s experience falling victim to the global cyberattack in June can provide valuable insights for other organizations.

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