The federal agency has asked the healthcare and broadband industries how it should promote connected healthcare technologies, which could improve telehealth infrastructure and other innovations.
The series A funding comes to the secure communications platform from Bain Capital Ventures.
CardioNet has agreed to pay HHS $2.5 million for an alleged HIPAA violation, making the company the first wireless health services provider to reach a settlement with HHS.
EHR health surveillance systems can measure the prevalence of certain conditions with the same accuracy as more conventional public-health surveys.
For three years, cybersecurity company Tanium may have put patient information from one of its hospital clients at risk by using the hospital's internal network for live product demonstrations.
The American Medical Association Wednesday unveiled a new electronic health record training program that aims to better educate medical students about how to use digital records to treat patients.
With ransomware and phishing attacks on the rise, humans remain the weakest link in healthcare cybersecurity.
LifeSource Health signed agreements in Ohio to give emergency medical technicians access to a patient's health information during an emergency run, according to a news release.
Three popular health-related mobile apps have reached settlements with the New York attorney general's office over allegations of misleading marketing claims and irresponsible privacy practices.
UNC Health Care has sent out a letter alerting its prenatal patients that their confidential medical information may have been shared with their home county by mistake.
The Government Accountability Office said the VA has made some progress in meeting goals to improve its healthcare IT, but it's still a far cry from fixing its chronic IT issues.
Complications from warfarin can be serious. According to one study published in 2011, it is implicated in 33% of adverse drug events in patients 65 or older, and nearly all of those events are from unintentional overdoses.