Quality care, EHRs and cybersecurity are the top three IT issues facing healthcare providers, according to a new survey, and the majority of hospitals indicate…
The patient-centered medical home model is growing and those practices have more non-physician clinicians on staff and higher use of electronic health records.
As more health systems are integrating OpenNotes into their facilities, the benefits of allowing patients to view their medical records are becoming clearer.
DOD officials expressed high hopes for its new $4.3 billion EHR system, indicating that it will change patient engagement and improve care.
In a changing healthcare landscape, more doctors are putting both M.D. and M.B.A. credentials after their names.
In the wake of high-profile data breaches, cybersecurity has become a top priority for insurance executives and triggered more board involvement.
Plenty of Americans make the decision to donate their organs when they die, so why not do the same with a lifetime of medical data?
Once again, the GAO called on the federal government to strengthen its cybersecurity capabilities with particular emphasis on EHRs and insurance marketplaces.
New recommendations aim to improve Direct Messaging, calling on EHR software vendors to address significant gaps in clinical messaging usability and security.
Blending socioeconomic and geographic data with EHRs could assist population health efforts, but the healthcare industry must first overcome standardization…