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.
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."
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
More than 40% of healthcare data breaches through the first three quarters of 2017 were the result of unintended disclosures, according to a report.
Anthem is set to expand its health IT footprint with a new technology center that aims to add 3,000 new IT professionals to its ranks.
A group of researchers wants to shift the focus of telemedicine policy discussions from geography to appointment timeliness.
Patients need to be included in ongoing efforts to improve EHR interoperability, according to officials at the UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation.
One of the leading health IT trade groups is calling on HHS and the health IT community to improve interoperability with "bold action."
Sources say a startup that installs tablets and TVs in medical offices to help with patient education say the employees at the company misled advertisers.
The OMB is reviewing a proposed one-year delay to Common Rule updates that have been in limbo since the Trump administration took office.
More than 316,000 PDFs containing detailed patient information were publicly accessible on a cloud-hosted database linked to Patient Home Monitoring.