12:37 pm December 11, 2015
We combed the Healthcare IT News website to come up with some of our favorite -- most interesting -- pieces on interoperability we could find. Did we miss something?
10:04 am July 14, 2015
This year, only six health systems in the nation earned the designation "Most Wired Advanced," from H&HN, demonstrating leading-edge data security, advanced analytics, patient safety initiatives and overall implementation of IT systems.
04:22 pm June 12, 2015
The American Medical Informatics Association has created a task force, comprising some of the most experienced people in the field of health IT and patient safety, to take on the thorny issues associated with the use of electronic health records. Meet its members here.
06:52 pm April 14, 2015
The HIMSS15 Show Floor re-opened Tuesday to over 40,000 attendees.
05:32 pm April 14, 2015
Join Healthcare IT News for an exclusive tour of the most interesting booths on the HIMSS15 Show Floor.
04:36 pm April 14, 2015
Day two of the HIMSS15 conference kicks off.
03:54 pm April 14, 2015
The nine winners of the H.I.T. Men and Women awards were selected by Healthcare IT News readers and were recognized on Monday night at HIMSS15 for their significant contributions to their fields.
06:22 am April 10, 2015
Want to keep up with the daily goings on in the realm of health IT? Here are some of the top social media aficionados to follow. They're tweeting, linking, blogging and more. And many of them will be roaming the HIMSS15 conference, registered as social media ambassadors.
10:00 am January 14, 2015
Thought about what might happen in the world of healthcare IT as the year unfolds? Jay Sultan, who serves as strategy consultant at Bellevue, Wash.-based health IT company Edifecs, has. He recently released seven healthcare predictions for 2015 and some of his forecasts might surprise you.
10:38 am January 05, 2015
A recent year-end survey found that the responsibilities of healthcare chief information officers are growing and changing rapidly -- with workloads expected to be more demanding than ever in 2015.