After reporting slower-than-expected growth, athenahealth will cut 9% of its workforce to “make the company move faster," CEO Jonathan Bush said.
In Indiana, many county-owned hospitals purchased or leased nursing homes to take advantage of a wrinkle in Medicaid payment rules.
Healthcare organizations offering telehealth services are mitigating their ePHI risk by signing a business associate agreement (BAA) with their telehealth…
The contest, which includes a $300,000 grand prize, looks to tap into readily-accessible databases to decrease the time it takes to identify biothreats.
ONC is following through on its plan to transition health IT testing tools to the private sector, adding a HIMSS-developed tool to its ranks.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
More than five years after speculating that algorithms would replace doctors, Vinod Khosla says “there’s no reason an oncologist should be a human being."
A group of researchers in the High-Value Practice Academic Alliance highlights the use of EHRs in new guidelines to reduce unnecessary lab testing.
Behavioral interventions to keep doctors from inappropriately prescribing antibiotics work, but practices need to keep up their efforts to have a long-lasting…
To coexist with machines, physicians need to redefine their profession to adapt to 21st century models of care, writes Bryan Vartabedian, M.D.
An 85-year-old doctor is going to court to keep her medical license, which is at risk because she doesn’t use computers.
A new data initiative led by the American Medical Association wants help from informaticists and physicians to reorganize vital health data.