The market for mergers and acquisitions among healthcare IT companies is firing up this year. Here are some of the most promising deals to keep an eye on.
Women gathered Sept. 13 at the Summit of the Southeast for a reception to introduce and honor the women who will serve as judges for the HIMSS 1st Annual Most Influential Women in Health IT Awards.
Healthcare leaders converged at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum 2016 in Chicago Sept. 12-13 to talk about the next steps in population health management – offering tips to meet the evolving demands of the healthcare industry, and sharing success stories and best practices.
HIMSS unveiled the Women in Health IT Awards program and named nine powerhouse leaders as judges. The lineup includes a health network executive director, an entrepreneur in residence, a CEO and there’s even an artist and advocate on the list.
With 2016 already half over, it's time to look back at the stories that most resonated with Healthcare IT News readers these first six months of the year.
The Healthcare IT News Privacy & Security Forum took place in Los Angeles this past week: CIOs, CISOs and other infosec professionals gathered to discuss the building blocks to a sound security strategy – and talked a lot about the latest pressing threat: ransomware.
The steady drumbeat of data breaches and malware incidents so far this year has shed light on security issues plaguing many healthcare providers.
The gold-rush buying spree of the early post-HITECH years may have settled down, but health systems are still spending big bucks on new technology, whether it's to rip-and-replace suboptimal EHRs or invest in new analytics or security tools.
The show floor buzzed with anticipation surrounding Mitt Romney's keynote speech at HX360 and education sessions continued to fill quickly with eager-to-learn attendees.
HIMSS16 has provided attendees the opportunity to hear significant players in healthcare speak about the industry and where they think it's headed. Here's a gallery of notable quotes from the week so far.