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Best Hospital IT 2016
By Gus Venditto 10:38 am December 01, 2016
A webinar featuring the CIOs of two award-winning hospitals will share their thoughts about how to improve morale and inspire their staffs. 
By Bernie Monegain 08:45 am November 22, 2016
Hohmann talks to Women in Health IT about strategies for achieving gender equity and what it’s like to be the only woman in the room.
By Mike Miliard 10:42 am October 07, 2016
The U.S. Department of Labor gives $7 million to group launched by AHIMA, AHA, AMIA, NCHL.
By Tom Sullivan 08:05 am June 16, 2016
Skillsets are changing rapidly. Hospitals must move quickly to keep pace. Experts from Advocate, Geisinger, University of California San Francisco and University of Mississippi Medical Center share best practices and lessons learned. 
By Henry Powderly 04:18 pm May 06, 2016
In another big surge for healthcare hiring, the industry added 44,000 jobs in April -- representing more than a quarter of the 160,000 jobs created that month, according to data released Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Money in pocket
By Bernie Monegain 09:48 am December 04, 2015
A new survey from shows that health IT workers are in high demand, and many -- especially those with "executive" in their title -- command top dollar.
Keyhole and computer code
By Bernie Monegain 10:10 am November 09, 2015
There is a wide gap between young men and women who indicate they might consider a career in Internet security, according to a new survey commissioned by government contractor Raytheon and the National Cyber Security Alliance.
students taking a test
By Michelle Ronan Noteboom 09:43 pm September 23, 2015
Thanks to a new medical school, an established high-tech community, and support from a couple of strong flagship IT companies, Austin's healthcare technology community appears poised for solid growth.
By Healthcare IT News 05:57 am August 14, 2015
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doctor on laptop
By Sherree Geyer 09:26 am July 07, 2015
Hospitals that leverage online learning to reduce the cost of continuing education requirements may experience a bonus: lower lengths of stay, reduced readmissions and improved quality indicators.