The CEO of HITRUST is concerned that new federal efforts to improve cyberthreat sharing interfere with existing methods in the private sector.

A hotly anticipated physician payment rule released by CMS would make it optional for physician practices to adopt upgraded EHR systems in 2018.

Michigan officials are boosting the state’s prescription drug monitoring program by plugging opioid data into hospital EHR systems across the state.

Hospitals are interested in using Amazon’s voice recognition software to improve clinical care, but privacy laws and limited engagement are holding them back.

The FDA will launch a Digital Health Innovation Plan that will redefine its approach to digital devices, prompting excitement from industry experts.

A health IT company will pay $130,000 after it took more than a year to report a data breach that compromised more than 220,000 patient records.

VA officials plan to address interoperability deficiencies in pharmacy's IT platform through EHR modernization efforts.

Despite its broad approach, researchers said President Trump's cybersecurity executive order underscores key federal deficiencies following WannaCry.

HHS officials are exploring potential changes to the agency’s “wall of shame" amid concern that the portal stifles cyberthreat information sharing.