General wellness apps and devices won’t face tough scrutiny from the FDA, as long as they only promote general wellness and present a low safety risk.
In need of a strategy to deal with unexpected surges in the emergency department, a Florida health system controlled the volume by combining triage with…
In order to improve the health of the communities they serve, insurers are turning to information technology tools like data analytics and telemedicine.
Providing bedside nurses with EHRs helps inform their decision-making and reduces the rate of hospital-acquired illness and disease without increasing costs.
The lack of cybersecurity skills creates vulnerability across industry sectors, with healthcare an increasingly popular target.
The pay gap between male and female health IT workers has been getting worse since 2006, according to a report from HIMSS.
Radiologists at a New York hospital are no longer just reading imaging scans. They also help doctors make medication decisions via "virtual rounds…
While more hospitals than ever are exchanging information via both electronic and non-electronic means, small and rural hospitals are still fighting to catch…
Moving from paper to electronic records--or from one EHR to another--did not hurt short-term outcomes in Boston.
While a new HHS OIG report focuses on how well hospitals are protecting EHR data, it highlights the readiness of providers from two years ago.