The 300-plus members of the Vaccination Credential Initiative announced earlier this month that the verifiable, interoperable vaccination record technology they've been working on since January should be generally available in May.
The Pittsburgh-based analytics firm will work with the federal government to provide public health officials with information through HHS Protect.
These are some critical lessons chief information officers at Cleveland Clinic, Einstein Healthcare and other organizations have learned the past year, they say, in the newest installment of our feature series.
The study found that patients using AliveCor Kardia Mobile required fewer follow-up EGCs and cardiac monitoring than their peers in the control group.
As chief information technology officer, Comer will continue to transform KP's digital strategy, with a focus on innovating and improving consumer experience at the healthcare giant.
Nearly half of respondents to a recent survey said they were not familiar with the term "information blocking," although 70% said they were aware of rules taking effect on April 5.
The COVID-19 crisis has increased the adoption of artificial intelligence in clinical oncology trials. Here's what it means for patient recruitment, retention and outcomes.
Federal officials say Trillium Health spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in response to the incident.
A new JAMIA article identifies three main factors: technostress, time pressure and workflow-related issues.
Telehealth has been a big win all over the country during COVID-19, but not at Windrose Health Network. The CEO details all the reasons why virtual care has not taken off.