In our second slideshow of this series, we look at the "HIMSS 50 in 50" award recipients who made their landmark contributions to health IT during the 1970s.
In its 50th year, HIMSS honors 50 health IT professionals for their contributions to the field in the last half-century. This week, we'll feature the 50 recipients with a photo slideshow for each decade of the Society's history.
The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show is under way in Las Vegas. Amongst the many plasma screens, tablets and gaming consoles are a few compelling healthcare devices offering the latest in connectivity.
This slideshow details the results from a recent web-based survey conducted by Porter Research and Billian’s HealthDATA regarding provider perceptions of HIE. Over 120 respondents with IT, clinical and financial responsibilities within their organizations participated.
More than 700 exhibitors are displaying their technologies at the Radiological Society of North America's 96th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting this week. Sights from the massive Chicago-based event are captured in this slideshow.
The 2nd Annual Canada-U.S. eHealth Summit was held in Philadelphia on Nov. 16. Browse images of the event, which brought U.S. and Canadian healthcare IT officials together to share success strategies, in this slideshow.
These photos offer a look at some of the organizations that won the 2010 Davies Awards of Excellence, awarded by HIMSS.
Choosing the right staff scheduling technology can be more difficult than expected. This slideshow of a report from independent research firm KLAS shows the disparity between the needs and opinions of different departments within hospitals with regard to staff scheduling.
Document management and imaging solutions can bridge the gap between paper records and a full-fledged EMR. This slideshow features data from a report conducted by independent research firm KLAS, compiling the opinions of over 400 providers regarding vendor performance in enterprise DMI.
The ICD-10 On the Go iPhone app, developed by VLR Software, provides a list of all ICD-10 codes and is therefore quite handy, despite its flat presentation.