Nathan Eddy

By Nathan Eddy 11:47 am February 03, 2020
Apple, IBM and Microsoft were some of the nearly 30 stakeholders asking CMS and ONC to "expeditiously finalize" the rules – but EHR vendors were not among them.
By Nathan Eddy 10:25 am January 31, 2020
That's 10 straight years for the IT giant, which in addition to Overall Software Suite won top marks for its acute care and ambulatory EHRs, application hosting, patient portal and more.
By Nathan Eddy 04:42 pm January 28, 2020
Ransomware, coupled with an expanded attack surface thanks to a proliferation of internet-connected medical devices, are among the top security concerns health players should be concerned about in 2020.
By Nathan Eddy 11:13 am January 28, 2020
Improvements in patient outcomes and population health will be enabled as a culture of data-driven decisionmaking takes root and quality improvement processes mature.
By Nathan Eddy 11:55 am January 27, 2020
The ONC final rules on interoperability and patient access are expected soon, and Sequoia's info blocking workgroup seeks to help organizations prepare for compliance.
By Nathan Eddy 11:00 am January 27, 2020
While cloud vendors offer a basic infrastructure environment, it’s up to the healthcare client to design it and own it, says BIDMC's Manu Tandon.
By Nathan Eddy 02:31 pm January 24, 2020
The communication says vulnerabilities in Clinical Information Central Stations and Telemetry Servers "might allow an attack to happen undetected and without user interaction."
By Nathan Eddy 10:57 am January 23, 2020
Artificial intelligence will also continue to be a big focus, as it becomes more clear which startups are succeeding in their initial target sectors. VCs are also eyeing genomics analytics tools, as well as other more practical technologies.
By Nathan Eddy 11:15 am January 22, 2020
The five principles all stem from the basic viewpoint that AI-enabled solutions should complement and benefit customers, patients, and society as a whole.
By Nathan Eddy 10:42 am January 21, 2020
While there is a large and growing market for remote patient monitoring technologies, with particular benefits for the older population, simplification of connection technologies – Bluetooth for one – will be key to the broader adoption of RPM in 2020.

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