Bill Siwicki is Managing Editor of Healthcare IT News. Bill has more than 30 years of experience in journalism, with more than 16 years in healthcare IT and healthcare finance along with extensive expertise in mobile technology.
By Bill Siwicki 01:38 pm March 06, 2019
Departments no longer spend a month auditing their own systems to comply with an external auditor, and the data that researchers need is highly accessible.
By Bill Siwicki 02:56 pm March 05, 2019
The imaging technology, which integrates with many other systems, enables more efficient same-day care, streamlined screen real estate and exam open speed improvements.
By Bill Siwicki 01:02 pm March 04, 2019
At the federally qualified health center and patient-centered medical home, telehealth technology has changed the way primary care physicians deliver care.
By Bill Siwicki 12:52 pm March 01, 2019
The endpoint safeguard tech is finding multiple unusual issues, such as a suspicious executable from China in a common Windows app used by physicians.
By Bill Siwicki 01:05 pm February 28, 2019
Windsor Dermatology made the switch from paper to digital, and says the key was finding a records system specific to the specialty.
By Bill Siwicki 04:35 pm February 27, 2019
Four experts in artificial intelligence technology offer advice to healthcare CIOs on how to best begin implementing an AI system.
By Bill Siwicki 01:09 pm February 27, 2019
To help combat the opioid crisis, the medical center invested in inventory and analytics technology that helps accurately and consistently identify cases of drug diversion.
By Bill Siwicki 02:32 pm February 26, 2019
After two governance attempts that stalled, the University of Vermont Health Network finally finds success after bringing in a tech and consulting firm for some unbiased, third-party help.
By Bill Siwicki 03:00 pm February 25, 2019
Its community health workers are in the early stages of collecting and using this information with the goal of viewing the social data alongside clinical data within the health system’s EHRs.
By Bill Siwicki 12:15 pm February 22, 2019
A backlogged queue of eye center patients, most for diabetic screenings, dropped from 14,000 to 3,000 within a year of implementation of the technology.