Mike Miliard is Editor of Healthcare IT News. Mike covers topics such as health information exchange, privacy and security, analytics, ICD-10 and is responsible for overall coverage decisions. Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeMiliardHITN.
By Mike Miliard 02:36 pm November 29, 2018
The most advanced machine learning algorithms won't get health systems where they want to go unless the data fueling them is high-test.
By Mike Miliard 03:25 pm November 28, 2018
A billing vendor, AccuDoc Solutions, told the health system in October that a third-party had gained access to its data for about a week in September.
By Mike Miliard 03:44 pm November 26, 2018
At RSNA, new applications and smart devices make it easier for hospitals to develop algorithms and manage data for imaging and precision medicine.
By Mike Miliard 08:00 am November 23, 2018
From the research lab to the bedside to the back office, AI and machine learning are transforming the ways we think about care and how we develop treatments.
By Mike Miliard 01:43 pm November 20, 2018
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will kick off 2019 looking to reward new ways artificial intelligence can be safely leveraged to for improved quality of care.
By Mike Miliard 01:29 pm November 19, 2018
Hospitals and health systems using IT from CommonWell member companies will be able to bilaterally exchange patient data within their EHR workflows.
By Mike Miliard 12:28 pm November 16, 2018
Within two years, 80 percent of IT leaders will be paid based on metrics that track tech’s ability to boost performance and growth.
By Mike Miliard 12:11 pm November 15, 2018
Informatics group said the blurring lines between consumer and medical information systems demands privacy policies relevant to both sides.
By Mike Miliard 12:08 pm November 14, 2018
At a two-day event to learn about the ethics and consumer implications of artificial intelligence, an ONC official and tech developer offered the healthcare perspective.
By Mike Miliard 01:24 pm November 13, 2018
A new study, which just enrolled the first of some 1,200 patients, will examine how artificial intelligence could help certified medical assistants do echocardiograms.