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by Healthcare IT News Staff 08:35 am December 27, 2017

We look back at 2017 and the stories that struck a chord with readers – the new tech, policy changes and the sagas. Take a moment to reflect on a busy year. 

by Healthcare IT News Staff | Research by HIMSS Analytics 09:42 am December 11, 2017

From a super-sized hospital in Los Angeles trying to expand with telemedicine to a small IT shop in post-hurricane Puerto Rico with its EHR system powered by a generator, this year's Best Hospital IT Departments show what excellence looks like in action. Some of the departments in our seventh-annual feature are enormous, and some are tiny.

by Jessica Davis | Sponsored by Commvault 02:44 pm December 05, 2017

Hospital information security teams and IT shops are in a precarious spot: They have to not only protect information cybercriminals increasingly see as more valuable than other types, but they also have to safeguard against the next big threat when it’s impossible to know what it will be or when it might strike.

by Mike Miliard | Sponsored by Intel 11:34 am December 02, 2017

Here's the low-down: Despite the massive leaps forward in knowledge since the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003, the healthcare industry has yet to grapple with the big changes to people, processes and technology needed to truly capitalize on precision medicine.

by Bill Siwicki | Sponsored by Intel 02:36 pm December 01, 2017

There remains a lot of hype about artificial intelligence in healthcare – the potential is very much there, but the reality is the industry is a while away from AI algorithms transforming everyday care. One reason for this is that most hospitals are still on a journey of updating their tools and processes for the digital age.

by Bernie Monegain and Tom Sullivan | Sponsored by Intel 04:53 pm November 30, 2017

What can hospitals do now to prepare for the future of population health management? A lot, really.

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