HIMSS19

By Mike Miliard 02:05 pm March 20, 2019
The CEO of the Alliance for Better Health and former deputy national coordinator talks EHR and interoperability challenges, the need for ROI, physicians' changing roles and why "social determinants" might not be the right term.
CES Gary Shapiro

Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Computer Technology Association, speaking at HIMSS19. 

By Tom Sullivan 09:17 am March 18, 2019
The industry veteran and head of the CTA on the greatest threat to innovation, empathy as the new currency – and why every health organization should be thinking like a tech company.
HIMSS19 trade show
By Susan Morse 02:01 pm March 13, 2019
The pharmaceutical industry’s biggest barrier? Data, of course.
Doctor using mobile device.
By Verizon 09:50 am March 13, 2019
A lot of attention is focused on network access security; it can be easy to overlook the vulnerability of data at the edge.
By Diana Manos 11:53 am March 01, 2019
seeCOLe integrates with FHIR and APIs to work with a variety of EHRs.
By Tom Sullivan 08:55 am February 27, 2019
Cloud can make technology invisible – something that often improves the work and lives of people who use it.
By Tom Sullivan 09:21 am February 26, 2019
With cloud computing gaining traction in healthcare, executives who have already started down the path to cloud-first offer advice for others.
By Mike Miliard 12:35 pm February 22, 2019
The HIMSS Electronic Health Record Association's Opioid Crisis Task Force has created what it calls the "ideal minimum data set" to get physicians the right information to enable safer EPCS.
HIMSS19 show floor
By Tom Sullivan 09:37 am February 20, 2019
Info-blocking ruled the day, while APIs, FHIR, artificial intelligence and virtual reality were also prominent themes at this year’s Global Conference.
David Fitzgerald of CVS Health and Bill Fox of MarkLogic
By Susan Morse 12:15 pm February 19, 2019
The pilot program for expanded services and medical equipment is being tested at three locations in Houston.

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