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.
The majority of clinicians are sending texts about patient care, but their hospitals haven't rolled out a secure methodology.
Kaiser is investing in telehealth technology as part of an effort to resolve behavioral health deficiencies identified by California regulators.
Renowned surgeon Atul Gawande hasn’t bought into the hype of artificial intelligence as a primary diagnostic tool, citing imperfect data as a key issue.
CHIME is throwing support behind a House bill aimed at easing the transition for providers as the start date for Meaningful Use Stage 3 looms.
Plenty of patients can access their medical records online, but bad user experience often means they won't.