ORLANDO, Fla.—Technology will play a crucial role in helping hospitals and health systems focus on patient safety over the next decade.
ORLANDO, Fla.—For hospitals, a seemingly innocent Facebook or Instagram post from a clinician can quickly turn into a cybersecurity vulnerability.
It might be time for doctors to reexamine the value of patient-generated health data.
AI and cognitive computing are “mainstream and here,” IBM CEO Ginni Rometty told the HIMSS audience at the opening keynote on Monday.
The FDA's Seth Carmody debunks four myths about the agency's role in medical device cybersecurity.
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Once again, the GAO called on the federal government to strengthen its cybersecurity capabilities with particular emphasis on EHRs and insurance marketplaces.
There’s an effort underway that will make it easier for doctors to practice medicine in multiple states.
New recommendations aim to improve Direct Messaging, calling on EHR software vendors to address significant gaps in clinical messaging usability and security.
Digital health tools that show promise during clinical trials fall flat in the real world. A broader focus on patient engagement could ease that transition.