Cerner's contract to replace the Veterans Affairs Department's EHR remains unsigned, which hurt the company's first-quarter earnings.
The EHR migration is expected to take four years, with Trinity Health rolling out the software in waves to its 94 hospitals and 109 continuing-care facilities.
Former executives of Google and Salesforce just received $20 million to fund an AI-based, voice-enabled software that assists physicians with note-taking.
The two companies intend to pair data generated from Fitbit wearables with clinical data, hoping the combination will give providers a more complete picture of patients' health.
While telehealth provider American Well has focused mostly on the outpatient market, its acquisition of acute-care telemedicine firm Avizia will boost its presence in hospitals.
Electronic health record vendor Athenahealth booked less business in the first quarter compared to a year ago even though it closed a higher rate of deals, a decrease it attributes in part to weak demand.
Following in Apple's and Amazon's footsteps, Facebook could be the next tech giant jumping into healthcare.
The CMS has given meaningful use a new name: "promoting interoperability," which is exactly what regulators hope to do.
After the Affordable Care Act dominated the news in 2017, the healthcare industry will look at reshaping care delivery and payment systems in 2018, according to a survey.
The group, called Orangeworm, has targeted healthcare providers, medical manufacturers and others in the supply chain.
Aetion, a Manhattan startup with a software platform that assesses the effectiveness of drugs and other clinical interventions, has raised $36.4 million in a Series B round led by venture capital giant New Enterprise Associates.
According to an OIG report, the CMS paid telemedicine claims that did not meet Medicare requirements for reimbursement.