02:31 pm January 24, 2020
The communication says vulnerabilities in Clinical Information Central Stations and Telemetry Servers "might allow an attack to happen undetected and without user interaction."
12:12 pm January 24, 2020
Epic this week sent out an update to its healthcare customers, meant to help providers nationwide detect potential cases of the Wuhan novel coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV.
11:48 am January 24, 2020
The executive director of research at the cloud IT giant describes what CIOs and other healthcare leaders should be looking for at the global conference in March.
03:43 am January 24, 2020
The company is trying to plug the increasing gaps in accessing care, providing insurance companies, hospitals, and health systems with a set of advanced tools that help guide patients to the right form of care.
02:07 pm January 23, 2020
As regulatory oversight for predictive decision support evolves, certain best practices can help health systems get the most from machine learning-powered CDS models.
11:47 am January 23, 2020
The chief medical officer and co-founder at patient engagement tech vendor Luma Health provides a view of what provider organizations can expect in the year ahead.
10:57 am January 23, 2020
Artificial intelligence will also continue to be a big focus, as it becomes more clear which startups are succeeding in their initial target sectors. VCs are also eyeing genomics analytics tools, as well as other more practical technologies.
10:37 am January 23, 2020
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Foundation Trust has contracted IMMJ Systems and SPS to digitise patient healthcare records.
01:45 pm January 22, 2020
In 2019, it offered more than 2.6 million telehealth episodes of care to more than 900,000 veterans. At HIMSS20, a VA leader will show how this, plus innovations such as My HealtheVet and Blue Button, is boosting veterans' patient experience.
12:02 pm January 22, 2020
“Just like you use your smart speaker at home, clinicians soon will be able to say ‘Hey Epic’ to quickly get the information they need and take action,” an Epic exec reveals.