Fleming will serve as deputy assistant secretary for health technology at HHS.
New York City has emerged as a major hub for healthcare technology companies because they can take advantage of the area's renowned academic medical centers as potential investors and testing grounds.
Zest Health, a Chicago startup that aims to help patients find high-quality, low-cost medical care, has wooed a seasoned executive of Fortune 500 companies to help the fledgling business bulk up. Jeff Semenchuk, former innovative chief at Hyatt Hotels, succeeds Ann Mond Johnson, who is out after...
The digital health company will use the funding to widen its offerings beyond diabetes management.
A federal watchdog group said HHS isn't doing enough to measure how much patients use their medical records.
The Zika virus' spread to the United States motivated a federal initiative to better use health information technology in public health reporting. But an HHS task force is developing recommendations on health IT best practices for public health that will also address other disease outbreaks.
A health IT advocacy group has asked Congress and the Trump administration to examine the role the Office of the National Coordinator plays in regulating health IT and how that role relates to other regulatory agencies.
HHS Secretary Dr. Tom Price missed two high-profile opportunities to take a stand on health information technology policy Tuesday, but used a third communication to assure that the federal government will continue to push health IT interoperability.
Telehealth, which is frequently touted as an effective strategy to decrease healthcare spending, may actually be driving up costs, according to a new study by the RAND Corp.
Looking back, one thing that continued to amaze H. Stephen Lieber has been the steady influx of innovators trying their hand at health information technology.
Manhattan lawyer Lowell Sidney got a shock when the mail delivered a weighty package containing 1,758 pages of his 71-year-old client's medical records with a bill for $2,693.68, including shipping and handling.
Hackers held the Atlanta health system's patient appointments system for ransom, compromising tens of thousands of patients' sensitive personal information.