WikiLeaks' giant data dumps have exposed personal health information and other sensitive data, according to an analysis by the Associated Press.

Despite differences in health IT use, researchers say a multicountry effort to collect benchmark measures of adoption can deliver actionable insights.

Open enrollment creates a cybersecurity threat for insurers taking in large amounts of new information.

Lawsuits by former hospital employees claim that use of a 'flawed' EHR was tied to executive board members' financial stakes in the system.

In a new column in The Lancet, Eric Topol foresees how continuous monitoring wearables and smartphone apps for analysis can improve treatment of high blood…

More patients are using personal health records, but a socioeconomic “digital divide” still exists, according to a recent study.

Harken Health co-founder Krista Nelson tells FierceHealthPayer how it turns the typical payer-provider relationship on its head.

Children's Health in Dallas is testing tiny technology to track how well patients stick to complex medication schedules in real time.

A group of healthcare stakeholders are urging CMS to move forward on a 90-day Meaningful Use reporting period for 2016.