A new report from WEDI calls for a culture change to cybersecurity defense within the healthcare industry and urged providers to look beyond basic standards.
More healthcare providers are using Apple products improve engagement, a shift that is likely to grow given the company’s expanding interest in the industry.
Artificial intelligence that can identify patterns of risky behavior may be the only viable solution to protect health systems against ransomware attacks.
Most hospital CIOs agree: It’s only a matter of time before hospitals transfer all data to the cloud and eliminate their data centers entirely.
While you would expect tech companies and professionals to lead the charge, mobile work is particularly challenging for one sector: health IT.
Payers and providers are already dipping their toes into the waters of digital health, but a new survey shows many are diving in over the next several years.
Cyberattacks are coming too fast for any one entity—including the FBI—to address them alone, says FBI Director James Comey.
The possibility that patients will withhold health data is a concern for providers interested in improving data sharing.
Health IT Now is vowing to take “a number of steps over the next weeks and months" to call attention to its members' health IT priorities.
A New York cardiologist and neurologist were under arrest this week charged in a $50 million healthcare fraud scheme.