Violence in American communities and hospitals takes a heavy toll on healthcare workers, but efforts have begun to address this growing problem.
Electronic health records have matured—in part. Sometimes it seems like the industry takes two steps back for every step forward.
The progress toward moving to value-based care has the potential to slow or stop completely if President-elect Trump chooses not to continue down this path.
Revere Health has found that data analytics and the evaluation of clinical processes are two crucial components to value-based care.
The ways in which hospitals are managing patients post-discharge as they return to their homes is driving changes in the way care is delivered.
It’s amazing how much has changed—and how much has not—when it comes to electronic health records since I first started covering the topic.
The 21st Century Cures Act does not seem controversial, but there are a number of troubling provisions of which the public should be aware.
There are many moving parts to health IT and EHRs, and some languishing issues should be getting more attention than they are.
The distance between HIM professionals and the hospital setting can have negative consequences for accountability and efficiency.
As the healthcare industry grapples with the prospect of more disruptive change, CEOs have even more to worry about than usual.