Forbes is out with its annual list of billionaires, and the roster resembles last year’s list, with the top 10 billionaires pretty much who you might expect. Bill Gates of Microsoft leads the pack – again, with a net worth of $86 billion.
Innovative ideas, research and case studies are shared, discussed and analyzed at the annual HIMSS conference each year. This gallery highlights some important ideas from HIMSS16 and offers a preview on how this year’s conference will develop them in 2017.
A survey of 95 healthcare organization executives was conducted in October 2016 and offers a preview of 2017 for the industry.
Keep up with the top comings and goings, the changing roles and faces in the world of healthcare IT with this regularly updated gallery.
A year-end poll from Black Book Market Research, which surveyed healthcare CEOs, CIOs and CFOs, predicts an uncertain year ahead for health IT as political, financial, clinical and business questions come into focus and shape hospital decision making.
From virtual care platforms to precision medicine, data analytics to interoperability, the healthcare IT landscape is constantly changing thanks to new approaches driven by entrepreneurs making waves in the sector.
Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum Boston: Experts discuss the promise, pitfalls, hope and hype of putting data to work
The HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Big Data and Analytics Forum is slated for Oct. 24 and 25. Our reporters and editors have already interviewed many analytics and data experts who will be speaking at the event.
With 2016 already half over, it's time to look back at the stories that most resonated with Healthcare IT News readers these first six months of the year.
The Healthcare IT News Privacy & Security Forum took place in Los Angeles this past week: CIOs, CISOs and other infosec professionals gathered to discuss the building blocks to a sound security strategy – and talked a lot about the latest pressing threat: ransomware.
The gold-rush buying spree of the early post-HITECH years may have settled down, but health systems are still spending big bucks on new technology, whether it's to rip-and-replace suboptimal EHRs or invest in new analytics or security tools.