07:34 am June 29, 2020
Health IT professional and COVID-19 survivor Frank Cutitta, now 100 days in care, gives a firsthand look at what healthcare gets right, and wrong.
09:39 am June 19, 2020
This week's top stories include the Department of Health and Human Services whittling down vaccine candidates, the Senate HELP Committee looking at telehealth's future and Proteus filing for bankruptcy.
07:50 am June 19, 2020
Automation can help manage high patient call volumes, unwieldy medical device data and daily employee health screening, says Dr. David Rhew, chief medical officer and VP of healthcare at Microsoft.
07:58 am June 16, 2020
Highlighting the guidance from the WHO Global Strategy on Digital Health, leading health and tech experts discuss harnessing our digital capabilities and creating data ecosystems that efficiently tackle future crises.
09:03 am June 12, 2020
First Databank has adjusted its own editorial practices as evidence of COVID-19 drugs and treatment continues to evolve, says Anna Dover, the company's director of product management.
03:21 am June 12, 2020
This week's top stories include CMS giving hospitals guidance in their efforts to reopen ailing service lines, a glitch exposing video of patient consultations and making telehealth accessible to the underserved.
07:50 am June 10, 2020
Central Logic CEO Angie Franks says with the Arizona Surge Line, health systems and state agencies are using her company's cloud-based technology to aggregate EHR and other data to assess the status of critical inventories and get resources to hospitals most in need.
06:00 am June 05, 2020
HP's Daniel Colling and Raja Bhadury detail moves to enhance the telemedicine experience while accelerating vaccination research and improving security in the battle against the pandemic.
12:09 pm June 04, 2020
Dr. Joseph Siemienczuk, chief medical officer at Enli Health Intelligence, describes the role of population health IT during COVID-19 or any pandemic.
11:10 am June 04, 2020
This week's top stories include shadow pharmacies peddling bogus coronavirus cures, HHS offering additional aid to hospitals and the challenges of integrating in-person care back into workflows.