Soldiers looking at a monitor
By 09:00 am July 10, 2020
The military health system is challenged to keep medical data intact as a wounded warfighter moves through a system that can’t transmit it. Now new technologies are bringing bandwidth to frontline treatment.
By Sara Mageit 05:51 am July 10, 2020
Also, The Royal Marsden, in the UK, launches AI virtual agent to support key workers post lockdown.
By Mike Miliard 02:14 pm July 09, 2020
The new telehealth-specific electronic clinical quality measures are to be used by eligible professionals and clinicians participating in CMS quality reporting programs such as MIPS and APMs.
By Kat Jercich 01:40 pm July 09, 2020
A new JAMIA study suggests it's possible to protect sensitive patient data while developing models to ultimately optimize care.
By Bill Siwicki 11:59 am July 09, 2020
In a HIMSS20 Digital session, Keith Parker highlights the problems inherent in mass amounts of data and walks health IT leaders through making that data work.

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By Kat Jercich 09:15 am July 09, 2020
Providers who e-prescribe birth control through apps and online pharmacies doubt the decision will significantly affect their practices, but they say the mandate is harmful for those who need contraception.
By Kat Jercich 05:37 pm July 08, 2020
The new preview feature can associate words or phrases in unstructured text with semantic entities, such as symptom, diagnosis and medication dosage.
By Mike Miliard 02:14 pm July 08, 2020
The longtime partners will build out what they're calling the world's largest-ever remote intensive care system, as the VA is poised for a significant increase in IT funding.
By Kat Jercich 09:22 am July 08, 2020
Patients have generally gone to their doctor's offices to obtain remote monitoring devices – but the pandemic is proving they don't have to.
Man looking at monitor
By 09:00 am July 08, 2020
A new generation of medical sensors will enable real-time collection of health data from warfighters, even in the most volatile threat situations.