Allegheny Health Network is just getting started when it comes to building a mature IT infrastructure, says CMIO Robert White.
A “microblog” of conversations about patient care can be an effective way to get team members all on the same page, but suffers the same limitation of many…
How to complete clinical reviews within prompt pay guidelines
The inadvertent duplication of electronic medical records can drive up per-patient costs for hospitals significantly.
How, and whether, to reimburse for use of digital health tools is complicated, says attorney Dale Van Demark, who breaks down some pros and cons.
Interoperability and health information exchanges are making notable advancements. But EHRs, on which they rely, are struggling to improve.
E-prescriptions for controlled substances jumped more than 600 percent in 2015, according to a new Surescripts report.
As Vindell Washington steps into his new role as the National Coordinator for Health IT, former ONC official Jacob Reider offers advice for the transition.
The FTC has approved a final order resolving its complaint against Practice Fusion for the company's deception of patients regarding online physician…
While EHRs have some benefits, they have not kept up with technology and are riddled with shortcomings, doctors say in a new JAMA viewpoint.
Carequality, the collaborative initiative to lower interoperability barriers and enable data exchange, is now operational and expected to expand.