Keep up with the top comings and goings, the changing roles and faces in the world of healthcare IT with this regularly updated gallery.
A year-end poll from Black Book Market Research, which surveyed healthcare CEOs, CIOs and CFOs, predicts an uncertain year ahead for health IT as political, financial, clinical and business questions come into focus and shape hospital decision making.
Healthcare spent the entirety of 2016 being lambasted by cybercriminals from various angles. We look back at the 10 worst breaches of the year based on either lost patient records or, in the case of ransomware attacks, the number of days a provider organization was knocked offline.
From virtual care platforms to precision medicine, data analytics to interoperability, the healthcare IT landscape is constantly changing thanks to new approaches driven by entrepreneurs making waves in the sector.
See what happened at last year's annual conference and exhibition in Las Vages, from building booths before the exhibit hall opened to Peyton Manning's closing keynote.
Women working in health IT are coming into their own and taking charge as CEOs, CIOs, Disrupter-in-Chief and other executive posts. Some are working to achieve salary parity in a sector where the gender gap persists – even today.
Teamwork is key to effective hospital IT department teams across the country. Meet the professionals behind these winning healthcare IT teams from Healthcare IT News' 2016 Best Hospitals IT Departments.
Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum Boston: Experts discuss the promise, pitfalls, hope and hype of putting data to work
The HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Big Data and Analytics Forum is slated for Oct. 24 and 25. Our reporters and editors have already interviewed many analytics and data experts who will be speaking at the event.
A University of Texas ceremony honored achievement in the field of health informatics and started a new tradition.
Ransomware attacks have been steadily increasing in the healthcare industry since the beginning of the year, and with the most recent attacks on New Jersey Spine Center, Marin Healthcare District and Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford, it doesn't look like the target placed on the