06:32 am November 20, 2017
Keep up with the mergers and acquisitions occurring in healthcare information technology with this regularly updated gallery.
06:03 am November 09, 2017
The adoption of artificial intelligence in healthcare is on the rise and solving a variety of problems for patients, hospitals and the healthcare industry overall.
06:35 am November 08, 2017
Companies and orgs are teaming up to develop AI and workflows to put the tech to the best use possible for patients. Here's how they're doing it.
06:59 am October 12, 2017
Healthcare proved itself a lucrative target for hackers in 2016, and so far 2017 is unfortunately following suit. This gallery highlights some of the biggest breaches in healthcare -- and points to mistakes to avoid in the future.
10:00 am October 04, 2017
EHRs, hospitals and apps are seeing an uptick in tech to foster better patient engagement with their healthcare providers. Here are a few of the latest integrations to connect patients and doctors.
07:08 am September 25, 2017
From companies created to operate in today's new value-based healthcare system to precision medicine, data analytics and interoperability, you can count on a healthcare IT landscape that is always in flux, thanks to new approaches driven by entrepreneurs who are adept at shaking things up.
08:55 am September 15, 2017
As health organizations work to stay ahead of cybercriminals, approaches are moving beyond passwords to secure systems.
11:19 am August 24, 2017
In this gallery, we look at how six companies dealt with a major problem -- from security breaches, EHR implementation snafus, mitigating medication errors to general organizational communication -- and figured out how to get back on track. Hint: Not all of the solutions were high tech.
04:13 am August 16, 2017
Experts are already looking into the next evolution of the techniques used by hackers and cybercriminals to infiltrate your industry.
10:01 am August 14, 2017
Speculation about Amazon and Apple positioning themselves to enter the EHR market has been based on acquisitions of companies and talent recently. With an EHR market that is ripe for disruption, will the tech giants take the leap?