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 02:20 pm January 17, 2019
Hospitals can use artificial intelligence-driven technologies to automate manual and expensive processes. For instance, communicating with payers has become one of the most arduous responsibilities for revenue cycle departments.
By Bill Siwicki 12:09 pm January 17, 2019
Connected care, upskilled workers, tax reform, a Southwest Airlines approach, private equity and the Affordable Care Act all will impact healthcare organizations in 2019, a new PwC report says.
By Bill Siwicki 09:25 am January 17, 2019
The health system saw an opportunity to leverage Information Technology Infrastructure Library best practices and key concepts to improve its remote care.
Amazon Web Services: AI, data analytics and cloud are converging to drive down costs and boost care quality
By Bill Siwicki 09:42 am January 16, 2019
Health orgs are using AI to enhance decision making and drive greater value for patients and providers, AWS says.
By Bill Siwicki 04:08 pm January 15, 2019
The Health Risk Assessment application guides providers through a structured approach to risk assessment and documentation during an annual wellness visit.
By Bill Siwicki 03:33 pm January 14, 2019
University Row offers a variety of programming for stakeholders from across the health IT and health informatics ecosystem.
By Bill Siwicki 03:13 pm January 14, 2019
A Cloud Healthcare Datathon, a FHIR session and one-on-one time on APIs and deep learning will highlight the specialty pavilion at this year's global conference.
By Bill Siwicki 09:04 am January 14, 2019
An executive at the networking giant discusses how health tech needs to evolve to keep pace with changing consumer expectations.
By Bill Siwicki 02:47 pm January 11, 2019
Technology can help keep care team members from burning out, but it has to be interoperable, says the company’s CEO.