Randy McCleese was honored for bringing the voice of rural providers to critical policy discussions on health IT.
The kidney dialysis firm is shifting its physician customers off its homegrown solution, Falcon Platinum, to an Epic EHR, which it hopes will offer greater interoperability.
Kathryn Marchesini will be the ONC's new chief privacy officer, taking over after Deven McGraw resigned and left the position vacant in late 2017.
Cerner has appointed Brent Shafer its new CEO and chairman of the board of directors. Shafer comes to Cerner from Philips North America.
The partnership reflects the ever-increasing shift toward value-based care, the head of VirtualHealth said.
The clock is officially ticking for clinicians hoping to earn a bonus under the Quality Payment Program in 2018. The program will reward clinicians who make the leap to a 2015-certified electronic health record system.
Four divisions of HHS could not effectively detect and prevent cyberattacks, according to a new report from the OIG.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT has created a framework on its site to help providers and payers improve collection of patient demographic data.
Between 2011 and 2016, the Veterans Affairs Department spent $1.1 billion on efforts that are seemingly for naught, as the agency is set to replace its existing systems with an EHR made by Cerner.
A new bill would criminalize not disclosing data breaches, putting company executives on the hook for failing to report when their organizations' data is compromised.
Cerner Corp. President Zane Burke talks about the company's goals in advancing interoperability.
Through the Health Wizz app, patients can aggregate their data and receive cryptocurrency in exchange for handing it over to pharmaceutical companies and others.