After a Silicon Valley startup unveiled a new high-tech concierge service last week, health IT guru Eric Topol offers a dose of skepticism.
Most doctors protect themselves against medical malpractice, but there are often other overlooked risks that can pose a threat to physicians and their…
Experts agree that data will play a critical role in transforming healthcare, but achieving interoperability and deciding who owns that data is still unclear.
An appellate court ruling has breathed new life into a class-action lawsuit against Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield over a healthcare data breach in 2013.
Health IT leaders have refrained from commenting on an ACA repeal, but some see it as an opportunity to restructure onerous regulations.
Security gaps among Medicare administrative contractors increased in FY 2015 due to the inclusion of additional controls.
Using “virtual sitter” technology, a North Carolina health system has eliminated patient falls and injuries among a cohort of neuroscience patients.
Practice size, ownership and the availability of financial incentives influence the extent to which practices adopt new technology.
A couple of veteran techies have launched a primary care practice with a patient experience reminiscent of visiting an Apple store—or the set of a sci-fi movie.
Researchers believe subtle vocal changes undetectable to the human ear can help identify or predict certain difficult-to-diagnose diseases.