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
By Tom Sullivan 09:06 am December 05, 2018
The primer will include a Blockchain 101, use case discovery framework and a look at considerations for the digital distributed ledger technology.
By Tom Sullivan 09:02 am December 05, 2018
Criminals can use artificial intelligence to engineer automated phishing attacks with more convincing content and greater accuracy.
By Tom Sullivan 08:59 am December 03, 2018
Here’s a look at what hospitals need to move forward, and the top priorities and biggest obstacles they face today.
By Tom Sullivan 08:34 am December 03, 2018
HIMSS Analytics found health facilities more prepared for the distributed ledger tech than many might think, but that doesn’t mean they’re making forward progress just yet.
By Tom Sullivan 09:05 am November 27, 2018
More than 60 percent of hospitals have yet to embrace enterprise resource planning, but they're going to need it for value-based care.
By Tom Sullivan 12:56 pm November 21, 2018
From innovations and emerging technology to the promise of regulatory relief for hospitals, healthcare has plenty to be grateful for this week and year round.
By Tom Sullivan 11:43 am November 20, 2018
Chief information officers and other IT execs find themselves managing with smaller budgets and wielding less purchasing power, so smart CIOs are evolving skill sets to keep pace.
By Tom Sullivan 12:52 pm November 14, 2018
New research from HIMSS Analytics finds widespread interest in patient-generated data and interoperability, along with a need for tech talent and bigger cybersecurity budgets.
By Tom Sullivan 09:49 am November 13, 2018
A look at how both Healthcare IT News and sister site MobiHealthNews are now serving an international audience and what that means.
By Tom Sullivan 01:06 pm November 08, 2018
Respondents to new research indicated that major EHR vendors are not capable of precision medicine work.