Mike Miliard

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 09:44 am November 12, 2018
The company will be combined with Veritas-owned Virence Health, but will continue operating under the athenahealth name and keep its Watertown, Massachusetts, headquarters. Virence CEO Bob Segert will lead it.
By Mike Miliard 03:09 pm November 09, 2018
Pacific Dental Services, the first dental support organization to implement Epic's comprehensive health record, will leverage the technology to improve care coordination.
By Mike Miliard 01:29 pm November 09, 2018
David Feinberg will work with Google and other Alphabet companies to unify and innovate their various health projects. At Geisinger, Jaewon Ryu has been named interim president and CEO.
By Mike Miliard 04:09 pm November 08, 2018
The machine learning algorithm, which can anticipate how cells respond CRISPR-induced breaks, could help researchers repair gene mutations.
By Mike Miliard 09:58 am November 08, 2018
IT leaders should show the value of specific AI use cases, while also ensuring the C-suite understands the potentially slow or hard-to-define ROI.
By Mike Miliard 03:54 pm November 06, 2018
With IT deployments broadening and deepening worldwide, a new report assesses unique preferences in Canada, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and AsiaPac countries.
By Mike Miliard 03:14 pm November 05, 2018
A Chinese company, working with researchers in Sichuan and Boston, says its algorithm – similar to that enabling self-driving vehicles – could be a second set of eyes for polyp detection.
By Mike Miliard 12:00 am November 05, 2018
AI, machine learning, cognitive computing, neural networks? Supervised, unsupervised, semi-supervised? Object recognition, natural language processing? What does it all mean?
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By Mike Miliard 11:07 am November 01, 2018
The government should build on existing artificial intelligence R&D plans, instead of starting over from scratch, the health informatics group said.

"We cannot underestimate how connected we will be" as data and technology become even more ubiquitous, said futurist Michael Rogers at the HIMSS Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum.

By Mike Miliard 04:21 pm October 31, 2018
From basic information governance to advanced precision medicine, health systems large and small describe their strategies for putting data to work.

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