Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR)

Pain management therapy demonstration, Airrosti low-code EHR
By Bill Siwicki 11:27 am April 22, 2021
The total number of patients treated annually over a period of 10 years has expanded from 17,587 to 842,440 – and Airrosti credits its flexible IT approach.
Lucerne Cantonal Hospital (LUKS),
By Anna Engberg 03:23 am April 22, 2021
Healthcare IT News asks Stefan Hunziker, CIO at the Lucerne Cantonal Hospital (LUKS), how the EPR has developed in Switzerland and how the hospital has managed it.
A person holding an open binder
By Kat Jercich 12:25 pm April 21, 2021
The agency has been attempting to replace its decades-old core financial system with an integrated one for years. 
A nurse holding a tablet
By Kat Jercich 02:07 pm April 20, 2021
The report also finds that poor electronic health record user-experience is associated with nurse burnout.
The Department of Veterans Affairs plaque
By Kat Jercich 01:02 pm April 15, 2021
Officials told members of Congress this week that the agency will not start go-live activities in Columbus before sharing the results of a review.
Cerner EPR
By Sara Mageit 09:23 am April 15, 2021
The EPR will make information available to clinicians across their 12 hospital sites.
A person walking by the Google logo
By Kat Jercich 09:14 am April 14, 2021
The software titan is recruiting users to weigh in on how they want to interact with their own medical data, a report says.
President Joe Biden (Credit: whitehouse.gov)
By Kat Jercich 02:08 pm April 13, 2021
The extensive list includes billions in funding for public health data modernization, broadband and 5G expansion, social determinants of health, cybersecurity and more.
Santa Rosa Community Health health IT
By Bill Siwicki 11:13 am April 13, 2021
After a wildfire wreaked havoc on Santa Rosa Community Health, the organization cured IT instability and other challenges by turning to a one-stop-shop tech-services vendor.
A person with a mask at a computer
By Kat Jercich 03:36 pm April 12, 2021
While provider customers were largely satisfied with their vendors' response to COVID-19, the report finds some major players stand out and others fall short.