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Allscripts HIMSS18 booth
By Leontina Postelnicu 09:56 am August 08, 2018
The hospitals already run the vendor’s Patient Administration System and will now be implementing its Electronic Patient Record software.
mexican flag
By Jessica Davis 04:28 pm August 07, 2018
A configuration error left a database filled with healthcare data exposed on the internet, and the data could be accessed and changed by anyone without a password.
email login on user screen
By Bill Siwicki 03:56 pm August 07, 2018
Active training via simulated phishing, progressive disciplinary measures, disabling hyperlinks and document execution from emails are among the suggestions.
Dell Medical School builds data hub

Credit: Dell Medical School on Twitter

By Mike Miliard 03:33 pm August 07, 2018
The new initiative will help researchers streamline their analytics efforts and connect them with other resources at UT Austin that could help improve clinical practice and public health.
young girls on social media
By Leontina Postelnicu 10:13 am August 07, 2018
NHS officials In the UK said that social media platforms can have an “insidious grip” on people’s lives and companies such as Facebook have to face up to their responsibilities.
First responder walking by fire.
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By 10:04 am August 07, 2018
FirstNet offers the first-ever nationwide LTE enhanced packet core built specifically for the first responder community.
doctor working on EHR tablet, computer
By Tom Sullivan 09:48 am August 07, 2018
Three provider organizations achieved Stage 7 on the Electronic Medical Record Maturity Model last month as well.
CMS booth at HIMSS18 in Las Vegas
By Tom Sullivan 09:43 am August 07, 2018
The event will connect developers, venture capitalists and innovators with a look at how to build on top of APIs.
Seema Verma.
By Susan Morse 04:59 pm August 06, 2018
CMS is also seeking Blue Button 2.0 app developers, Verma says at second interoperability forum hosted by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT in Washington, D.C.
Doctor concerned over a data breach.
By Jessica Davis 02:19 pm August 06, 2018
Tied down by staffing and budget issues, while the industry is still debating the best way to fix healthcare’s security woes, hackers are only getting smarter and continuing to shell the industry in full force.

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