A new cloud-based electronic health record is expected to make its debut in the EHR market this fall. Developed by Miami-based CareCloud, the EHR is in beta, according to the company's executive vice president Richard Lopez del Rincon, who anticipates taking clients live Oct. 1.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs plans to offer its physicians commercial cloud-based software-as-a-service collaborative tools to improve communications while also reducing data breaches.
The St. Louis-based vendor's new Eden solution is designed to help small practices maintain their independence by combining all EMR and PM solutions on a platform accessible by Macs, iPhones and iPads.
Mexico's Ministry of Health of Nuevo Leon has chosen the e-Screener Plus (eSP) by OZ Systems to manage the state’s newborn hearing and metabolic screening programs.
AT&T this week announced a management service that allows physicians to access medical images from the cloud via their mobile devices. Additionally, it announced a partnership with Annapolis, Md.-based Zephyr Technology to provide wireless access to its biometric devices.
Vivek Kundra, the U.S. Chief Information Officer for the past two and a half years, will be stepping down from his role to serve a joint fellowship at Harvard University this fall.
A new poll from CDW, a provider of technology products and services to business, government, education and healthcare, shows a promising forecast for cloud computing adoption by the healthcare industry.
More than half of IT professionals (51 percent) do not think their IT Service Management (ITSM) processes are mature enough to effectively manage cloud-based services, and 26 percent believe their organizations aren't ready, while the remaining 23 percent are unsure, according to a new survey.
The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) announced its plans to support the healthcare industry in 2011 and beyond with initiatives aimed at maintaining the comprehensiveness and relevance of the Common Security Framework (CSF) and CSF Assurance program.
A new whitepaper details how the use of interoperable digital identities, digital signatures and cloud computing helps accelerate the initiation of a clinical trial while lowering costs.