Benjamin Harris

Benjamin "Benzo" Harris is a contributing writer to Healthcare IT News and former new media producer for HIMSS Media. Follow him on Twitter: @BenzoHarris.

How HIE can improve mental healthcare in prison
By Benjamin Harris 01:13 pm February 28, 2020
Sharing patient data with prisons can help more effectively manage behavioral care.
Connecting with patients for end of life care
By Benjamin Harris 12:49 pm February 27, 2020
At HIMSS20, a Providence St. Joseph CMIO will show how the health system is using analytics and automation to enable the right conversations for the right people.
Making the case for strong IT in facility security
By Benjamin Harris 12:41 pm February 27, 2020
How rapidly evolving new technologies are changing hospital security.
By Benjamin Harris 10:55 am February 10, 2020
Update: HIMSS20 has been canceled due to the coronavirus. Read more here.
By Benjamin Harris 12:20 pm February 07, 2020
But Providence St. Joseph Health Chief Digital Officer Aaron Martin sees a near future when hospitals will meet their disruptors halfway.
By Benjamin Harris 11:54 am February 06, 2020
The modern cyber threat landscape means health systems can't take any chances on their networks. At HIMSS20, one expert will describe the ethos of "never trust, always verify."
More ways to provide care: Telehealth’s leaps in 2019
By Benjamin Harris 11:53 am January 03, 2020
Telemedicine was in the past year’s zeitgeist, expanding healthcare on a range of frontiers.
Using robotic process automation to manage revenue cycles
By Benjamin Harris 12:12 pm December 30, 2019
The technology, growing in popularity, is one way to reduce errors and enhance communication.
AMIA encourages NIH to fund FHIR for interoperability and research
By Benjamin Harris 03:51 pm November 26, 2019
By investing in R&D for the HL7 spec, the National Institutes of Health can boost the utility of EHR data for research, and encourage other clinical innovations, the informatics group says.
By Benjamin Harris 11:27 am November 21, 2019
Developing tools to separate and automatically control Internet of Things traffic is one important way to safeguard medical device security.

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