02:04 pm November 27, 2019
Designed for its Edison platform, the program will offer services meant to help developers to build better models for operational and clinical improvements.
12:26 pm November 27, 2019
The center will use precision genomics to discover, address and treat genetic diseases, many of which affect infants and children and can cause life-long disability.
10:36 am November 27, 2019
The Arizona health system's tech-driven pilot effort has resulted in a 21.6% average reduction in A1c, and 83% of patients report an increase in confidence to self-manage their diabetes.
03:51 pm November 26, 2019
By investing in R&D for the HL7 spec, the National Institutes of Health can boost the utility of EHR data for research, and encourage other clinical innovations, the informatics group says.
10:00 am November 25, 2019
The veteran technologist talked to Healthcare IT News about interoperability, AI and social determinants of health.
12:07 pm November 22, 2019
The number of patients booking after hours shows the technology is working for the patient and is providing the right experience – one they are used to in other facets of their daily lives, a VP said.
11:56 am November 22, 2019
Through interoperability and integration with InterSystems’ IRIS for Health Data Platform, Virtusa consumers will have broader access to patient data from electronic health record systems and other clinical applications.
03:49 pm November 18, 2019
The health system's second "big omics data engine," or BODE 2, funded in part by HHS, will have 15 terabytes of memory, 14 petabytes of raw storage and a peak speed of 220 teraflops per second – nearly double that of its predecessor.
05:38 am November 18, 2019
Ellen Coughlan, programme manager at the Health Foundation, provides insight on how the charity helped create a free and openly available tool for organisations to take the first step toward realising the value of the data they collect.
10:36 am November 15, 2019
Just under half (49 percent) of all post-acute providers surveyed said the state of their staff's health information technology proficiency is either "extremely poor" or "non-existent," a new Black Book report shows.