Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan is the Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare IT News. Sullivan writes the Innovation Pulse column and covers major HIT topics including government policy and emerging technologies. Follow Tom on Twitter @SullyHIT

HIMSS19 Keynote speakers.
By Tom Sullivan 04:13 pm February 12, 2019
Former U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra said that CMS embracing FHIR means an end to any fight over data standards.
Change HIMSS booth
By Tom Sullivan 10:58 am February 12, 2019
The new Claims Lifecycle Artificial Intelligence works with Change's Intelligent Healthcare Network to improve the revenue cycle, the company says.
David Vawdrey
By Tom Sullivan 05:18 pm February 11, 2019
It’s not for cost-savings on storage and compute. Instead, NewYork-Presbyterian, Mercy and Humana are harnessing the cloud to improve patient and clinician experience.
Change Healthcare booth HIMSS
By Tom Sullivan 09:01 am February 11, 2019
Offerings include record locator service, identity management and document retrieval, the company says.
HIMSSTV HIMSS19
By Tom Sullivan 04:29 pm February 07, 2019
Expect to see our interview desk, roving reporters, and discussions with industry luminaries, innovators and top executives forging the future of healthcare -- livecasted and on-demand.
By Tom Sullivan 07:37 am February 07, 2019
The EHR vendor signed a corporate integrity agreement that lays out action items for the next five years.
By Tom Sullivan 07:37 am February 07, 2019
The agency will continue its resolve to uncover and pursue cases to protect the public from corporate greed, U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan says.
Dan Burton Health Catalyst
By Tom Sullivan 07:31 am February 07, 2019
CEO Dan Burton explains what the billion-dollar mark means to the company and the industry, where its technology is headed – and where it stands on an IPO.
Gavel DOJ False Claims Greenway
By Tom Sullivan 03:08 pm February 06, 2019
The EHR maker allegedly falsified EHR certification, neglected to fix problems it knew about and paid customers kickbacks to recommend its product to others.
Pew Ben Moscovitch
By Tom Sullivan 09:19 am February 05, 2019
Pew’s director of HIT Ben Moscovitch says consumers prefer biometrics, notably fingerprinting, facial recognition and iris scans, for a unique identifier.

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