As health systems search for IT sepsis solutions, two vendors have set themselves apart from the rest of the industry.
Physicians and other providers greatly underestimate the willingness of patients to disclose their sexual orientation, a new study has found.
Geneia's advanced analytics coupled with its three-step process helps payers attain the coveted Medicare Stars rating of four or more stars. Read how.
Sharing physicians’ notes with adult family members can improve elderly patients’ care, but privacy concerns make them reticent to do so.
AHIMA voiced pre-emptive concerns that the 2018 budget will leave the ONC with insufficient funding to implement provisions of the 21st Century Cures Act.
The high costs associated with testing have spurred a movement to reduce needless tests, but new research shows EHRs might not be the best vehicle.
With more patient data flowing into EHR systems, IT surveillance tools can be used to inform public health agencies about community-specific illnesses.
As part of an effort to build the medical school of the future, the nation’s leading medical association has launched a new platform designed to train medical…
Nearly a decade after the HITECH Act, healthcare is still working on EHR interoperability. One researcher is laying the blame at the feet of the government.
Physician Focused Payment Models offer a mechanism for the provider community to propose better ways for CMS to pay physicians.
Blockchain may not be healthcare's interoperability savior, says a Cornell researcher who splashed cold water on the hype surrounding the new technology.