Collaboration on the Azure platform will help "deliver personalized digital experiences and make more data-informed decisions," says Kaiser's interim CIO.
Kits for low-income, underserved populations contain a web-enabled tablet, weight scale, blood pressure monitor, thermometer and 200 evidence-based healthcare pathways.
Experts forecast a sea change in the way healthcare is administered in the Middle East. They predict that virtual care solutions, which came to the fore during the pandemic, will remain at the forefront even after the situation has died down.
Virtual care is not a panacea, said panelists at the American Telemedicine Association's EDGE policy conference, so action must be taken to ensure no one is being left behind.
The city will be the first to implement Zocdoc Vaccine Scheduler, which leaders say will sync with existing community-outreach strategies.
Nurses and advocates Shawna Butler and Melody Butler speak out about how to reassure people who might be unsure about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Healthcare IT News asked chief information officers from around the country about which technologies have proved most instrumental in the vaccines' early days – and what improvements might be helpful moving forward.
Health leaders and tech experts give their verdict on what to expect from the industry this year.
A New Variant Assessment Platform will open up Britain’s genomics laboratories and offer advice and resources to other countries in need.
Physicians point to long work hours and bureaucratic tasks as contributing to exhaustion and job-related stress, a new survey shows. "An EHR that actually works right" would help, said one.