From companies created to operate in today's new value-based healthcare system to precision medicine, data analytics and interoperability, you can count on a healthcare IT landscape that is always in flux, thanks to new approaches driven by entrepreneurs who are adept at shaking thing
Keep tabs on the many comings and goings, the changing roles and faces in the fast-paced realm of healthcare IT with this regularly updated gallery.
Education sessions with industry leaders, new products and platforms on display on the bustling exhibition floor along with scores of parties and networking nights for the 42,000 attendees. Here's our visual recap of this year's event.
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.
See what happened at last year's annual conference and exhibition in Las Vages, from building booths before the exhibit hall opened to Peyton Manning's closing keynote.
Women working in health IT are coming into their own and taking charge as CEOs, CIOs, Disrupter-in-Chief and other executive posts. Some are working to achieve salary parity in a sector where the gender gap persists – even today.
Healthcare leaders converged at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum 2016 in Chicago Sept. 12-13 to talk about the next steps in population health management – offering tips to meet the evolving demands of the healthcare industry, and sharing success stories and best practices.
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 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.
The show floor buzzed with anticipation surrounding Mitt Romney's keynote speech at HX360 and education sessions continued to fill quickly with eager-to-learn attendees.