Developers of health information systems are in Chicago Jan. 28-Feb. 2, where they are participating in the annual IHE North America Connectathon, the health IT industry's largest interoperability testing event.
Healthcare IT News has announced the results of its fourth annual H.I.T. Men and Women Awards, honoring top leaders in healthcare IT. View this slideshow to see the winners.
Included in the HITECH Act signed by President Barack Obama Feb. 17, 2009, was the Electronic Health Records Incentive Program, which sought to promote the meaningful use (MU) of health information technology in the healthcare setting by providing monetary support to providers.
Healthcare IT News has selected six up-and-coming health IT gurus who have made a name for themselves in the industry -- all before their 30th birthday. These six best and brightest show that in health IT, wisdom can have little to do with age.
View our photos of the Healthcare IT News and HIMSS Privacy and Security Forum. The Boston-based event collected more than 250 health IT personalities and many industry leaders to discuss policies, procedures, problems and solutions.
Healthcare IT News' 2012 Where to Work: BEST Hospital IT Departments Annual Report and Employee Benchmarks includes comments from IT staffers on what they dislike most about their departments. Click through this slideshow for a sampling of the comments, which are anonymous.
Tropical Storm Sandy's wake of destruction created an enormous challenge for healthcare providers in eastern states. These photos, posted to Instagram, chronicle hospitals' hardships in responding to the crisis.
Sometimes known as "health IT czars," the heads of the Office of the National Coordinator have come from differing backgrounds in healthcare, and different sides of the aisle, but all of them have been fiercely dedicated to health IT. Take a look at this slideshow to see where they are now.
An artist, an author, a medical ethicist, a surgeon, a politician and many other luminaries have delivered keynotes at MGMA annual conferences over the years. We take you from 2012, year by year back to 2005, to see who was on stage delivering motivational words.
For so many years, healthcare IT has enjoyed full bipartisan support. Now, a recent call from House Republican leaders for a halt to the meaningful use incentive program - so close to the election - raises the question: Does health IT ever get caught up in political warfare?