We combed the Healthcare IT News website to come up with some of our favorite -- most interesting -- pieces on interoperability we could find. Did we miss something?
Whether small, large or, in some cases, astronomical, healthcare security breaches ran the gamut in 2015. Not only in size and expense, but also in the variety of ways hackers, employees, insiders and outsiders manage to get at personal health information.
Hearst Health and the Jefferson College of Population Health will give an organization or individual a $100,000 award for outstanding achievement in population health. The winner of the prize will be announced on March 8, 2016.
From cybersecurity to HIPAA compliance, medical devices to BYOD, there was lots to learn this week as more than 300 healthcare professionals gathered in Boston to tackle the technology and workforce challenges to protecting patient data.
At the Healthcare IT News Big Data & Analytics Forum this past week, more than two dozen chief data officers, medical informaticists, pop health gurus and other analytics leaders offered some valuable bits of insight about turning patient data into concrete change.
Check out this slideshow to see the five best super hospital IT departments for 2015.
Check out this slideshow to see the five best large hospital IT departments for 2015.
Check out this slideshow to see the six best medium hospital IT departments for 2015.
Check out this slideshow to see the five best small hospital IT departments for 2015.
What does it take to be a Best Hospital IT Department? Most of all, it takes a talented and dedicated staff, united by a common mission of enabling better healthcare. But good leadership is also key.