With its new Software Precertification Pilot Program, the FDA hopes to find a way to reduce the now significant burden on companies to their software approved.
During the first year of EHR installations, the median decline in operating cash flow for hospital systems is 10%, with a 6% falloff in days cash on hand, Moody's said in a new report.
Following a disappointing first quarter, Athenahealth reported that its operating income back in the black in the second quarter, with a 15% uptick in revenue.
The U.S. Digital Service is creating application programming interfaces to make MACRA participation easier, according to an agency report presented to Congress.
Karl Stubelis is leaving Athenahealth Friday after a little over a year as the EHR vendor's CFO. He will be Arcadia Health Solutions' new CFO and lead capital strategy for the company.
In exchange for getting their prescriptions filled on time, patients in the undisclosed Pennsylvania plan, which has millions of members, can pay less for their medication. The approach is similar to "good driver" programs offered by car insurance companies.
The company has begun a search for a permanent CFO.
The Detroit Medical Center has notified 1,529 patients of a protected health information breach, the health system announced Thursday.
Unlike recent ranswomare attacks, the breach came from within the company.
There will be an estimated shortage of 1.2 million nurses in the U.S. by 2022. But Nomad Health's CEO thinks his platform can help solve that problem.
The drugmaker is the first U.S. company reporting that it's been hit by a new variety of ransomware dubbed NotPetya.
Anthem has reached a $115 million deal to settle lawsuits over a 2015 data breach in which hackers stole personal information from 78.8 million employees and current and former members.