The revenue cycle and analytics company, which merged with McKesson's technology business in March, will bring blockchain to its administrative and financial network by the end of the year.
A Wisconsin system says it has lost $16 million during years of trouble with Cerner's revenue cycle management software.
Epic's new product lets patients share their records with providers in what the company is calling "patient-driven interoperability."
The data security breach at Equifax is a cautionary note to hospitals and payers to watch out for vendor vulnerabilities. Equifax is the financial verification vendor for the exchange marketplaces.
Hospitals evacuating patients from areas projected to be hit by Hurricane Irma are only one part of the puzzle. Other hospitals must take those patients in and have all of their patient records to properly care for them.
The $25 million influx will allow data analytics company Truveris to expand its platform across the prescription benefits industry.
In its first healthcare technology investment, the real estate and mortgage insurance and services company will pay $200 million for T-System, which makes emergency department documentation technology.
With consumerism taking over healthcare, your health system needs a robust CRM platform, so that you can collect data, store it all in one place, and then use it to develop personalized campaigns and strategies for engagement.
Manhattan firm Able To is among the more than two dozen mental-health startups set to close a record number of venture-backed equity investments this year.
CliniComp, an EHR vendor that supplies software to the VA and Defense Department, says it might have been considered for the contract had the VA conducted open and competitive bidding.
As hackers gain easier access to the tools of their trade, hacks of healthcare organizations have increased dramatically, with 162% more so far in 2017 as there were in all of 2016.
The ONC is shifting away from a focus on meaningful use and toward one centered around data mobility and interoperability as it addresses the 21st Century Cures Act, the agency head said.