HHS has updated OCR's breach-reporting portal to include an archived listing of breaches, a feature that was welcomed by one CHIME official.
As part of its All of Us campaign, NIH has awarded money to four new community partners that are injecting data from underrepresented groups.
When the majority of hospital patients are referred by other providers, accessing patient data is a formidable task.
A new bill, introduced by lawmakers from California and Kansas, would mimic Meaningful Use for psychiatric hospitals and substance abuse treatment facilities.
New technology and evolving payment models may offer relief for providers fed up with the current state of prior authorizations, says a new report.
A new consortium of payers, providers and manufacturers at Duke University has highlighted data as one of the key barriers to value-based agreements.
The U.S. Digital Service is working with private sector partners to develop smartphone apps to help physicians navigate quality payment requirements.
Researchers are warning hospitals and state regulators do more to prepare for the aftermath of a cyberattack against the nation's power grid.
UCSF Medical Center's chief medical information officer says physician burnout started with documentation regulations and has been worsened by EHRs.
A manufacturer of medical transcription software is still recovering from last month's global cyberattack, leaving hospitals scrambling for new solutions.