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By Beth Jones Sanborn 11:52 am April 22, 2019
The HIMSS Insights eBook on connected care and interoperability looked at the impact and potential of the Patient Unified Lookup System for Emergencies (PULSE).
Boston AI machine learning
By Tom Sullivan 09:15 am April 22, 2019
Taking place in Boston in mid-June, the conference will offer a holistic view of the skills needed to deploy and scale analytics, AI and machine learning.
Identity and access management automation saves PeaceHealth hundreds of thousands of dollars

PeaceHealth, a 16,000-caregiver healthcare provider in the Pacific Northwest with 10 hospitals and 250 ambulatory clinics.

By Bill Siwicki 03:38 pm April 19, 2019
Providers there also don't have to wait 28 days for access to Epic and other systems, and now receive full rights within two days.

National Coordinator for Health IT Dr. Donald Rucker

By Mike Miliard 12:12 pm April 19, 2019
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT made interoperability news on several fronts Friday: granting a much-requested 30-day extension for public comments on its proposed data exchange, information blocking and patient access rules and publishing the second draft of its Trus
By Mike Miliard 04:53 pm April 18, 2019
Hospitals and health systems are seeing their clinical and operational processes reshaped by the same forces as the rest of the economy, says Deloitte: AI and robotics, automation, virtualization, the 'gig economy' and more.
Implementation best practices: The keys to launching an EHR
By Bill Siwicki 02:00 pm April 18, 2019
Four experts from Cerner, DrChrono, CTG and Chilmark Research offer healthcare CIOs and other executives and health IT workers crucial advice for successfully getting electronic health records up and running.
By Nathan Eddy 10:07 am April 18, 2019
The company says algorithms can simplify trials and accelerate time to market for new drugs.
By Nathan Eddy 09:29 am April 18, 2019
Starboard, which got two members appointed to Cerner’s board last week, sees the EHR vendor’s business as “highly sticky.”
By Anna Engberg 04:35 am April 18, 2019
Competence network KNAHF starts investing in AI research promising new opportunities for people with congenital heart defects.
imaging on tablet
By Nathan Eddy 02:59 pm April 17, 2019
Radiological Society of North America says AI has profound opportunities, and challenges, with digital imaging.

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