President Donald Trump's proposed $4 trillion budget for next year calls for a $15.1 billion reduction for HHS, an approximately 18% spending cut. Those cuts will reverberate across the health IT sector.
The WannaCry cyberattack caused mayhem worldwide the weekend of May 13, infecting tens of thousands of computers, including those at 40 National Health service hospitals in Great Britain.
Genomic testing has a number of hurdles to overcome before oncologists feel comfortable using it on a widespread basis, a new survey found.
The trauma of going live with a new electronic health record system is written all over Vanderbilt University Medical Center's preparation plans.
Lower claims and collections volumes as well as slow client onboarding contributed to Athenahealth's lower-than-expected first-quarter revenue.
Better standards, alliances among vendors and new interdependent technologies promise to deliver interoperability that allows data to travel with patients as they move across the healthcare system, thereby reducing the burden on providers and achieving the patient-centric part of the triple aim.
Despite a strong financial profile, Vanderbilt University Medical Center's $214 million rollout of a new electronic health record system is so big that Moody's Investors Service is a little uneasy about it.
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.
Success in meeting new rules and regulations and benchmarks in population health management and medical research all depend on providers' ability to cull information from patient records.
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.