California is on a mission to collect data on cancer from patients around the state in real time.
Hospitalists are uniquely positioned to bring about the unrealized revolution of healthcare promised by technology, according to Robert Wachter, M.D.
A movement is needed to “break open” the use and collection of patient data, John T. Wilbanks and Eric Topol say.
A layered approach to fraud prevention saved the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service $42 billion dollars over a two year period.
Ransomware protection must involve both a technical strategy and a human one, according to researchers.
Do EHRs provide a good return on investment? It seems, based on recent research, that the answer might be yes.
New research finds that use of data-driven parameters to modify and reduce alarm limits is one viable option for cutting alarm fatigue.
Hospitals are doing a better job than ever of providing patients with the ability to access their EHRs, according to a new report from the AHA.
In an interview, Texas Health Resources' Joey Sudomir tells FierceHealthIT about the organization's cybersecurity efforts and the role of the…
Improving health IT infrastructure in rural areas is one goal of a legislative package that Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) recently introduced.