Business and politics will make for an interesting mix of keynote addresses at the annual HIMSS meeting in Orlando, Florida, next week.
At HIMSS 2017, health IT executives are not just interested in new gadgets; they also want to know how hospitals are using technology in new and effective ways…
Healthcare is filled with so-called "disruptors" that can improve care. At HIMSS17, I'll be looking for innovations that back those claims up…
Emergency physicians are finding new ways to connect with patients, with some growing an audience by posting messages to Twitter.
The Joint Commission has banned doctors from texting orders, but the rule makes little sense to clinicians who want faster ways to communicate.
Medical devices have become a critical security risk, in part because cybersecurity professionals haven’t been involved in purchasing decisions.
In a House committee hearing, VA officials acknowledged past IT failures and emphasized a new approach that includes purchasing off-the-shelf products.
As employee wellness programs have become more ingrained in corporate culture, technology and data analytics are taking on a larger role.
Technology is becoming ingrained in healthcare innovation, and Cigna has worked with several clients to develop apps and tools that solve their unique concerns.
Using wireless devices that can track patients’ weight and diet, Intermountain Healthcare is getting a jump start on patients with prediabetes.