A new bill takes aim at medical device cybersecurity vulnerabilities by requiring the FDA to work with private industry to develop voluntary guidelines.
California's governor has formed a precision health advisory committee with many of the state’s experts in data, genomics and population health.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
After lobbying Congress to insulate AI from regulatory oversight, IBM is continuing those efforts as the FDA prepares new guidance on CDS software.
A group of Senators is asking GAO to expand its review of patient matching within EHRs to include associated costs and care implications.
Donald Rucker, M.D., defended the ONC's recent restructuring of EHR certification attestation requirements during a fireside chat at Health 2.0.
Medicare paid at least $1.5 billion over a decade to replace seven types of defective heart devices, a government watchdog says.
Less than 30% of health system EHRs are fully interoperable, and less than 20% actually use data transferred from another provider.
President Trump named longtime HHS official Don J. Wright as acting secretary, but CMS' Seema Verma is the more likely choice for the permanent post.
An IT company that provided support services to Vermont’s health insurance exchange has agreed to pay $264,000 and alter its security program.
HHS Secretary Tom Price has resigned following days of controversy related to his use of private planes for travel.