The FDA has officially kicked off a hiring process to fill more than a dozen positions within the agency’s new digital health unit.
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s hospital was hit Friday with a $2.5 million lawsuit for negligently faxing a patient’s HIV diagnosis to his employer’s fax machine.
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More than 10 years after Congress required HHS to develop a network to track public health threats, the agency isn’t any closer to making it a reality.
Experts agree interoperability is health IT's most pressing challenge, but exactly what role the federal government will play depends on who you ask.
A D.C. appeals court paused its ruling against CareFirst to allow the insurer to appeal a class-action data breach lawsuit to the Supreme Court.
The agency is enlisting digital health experts from the private sector to guide its digital health precertification pilot program that launched this month.
The agency's new guidance for medical device manufacturers highlights the importance of consistent data exchange between devices and systems.
Hurricane Harvey's aftermath has showcased the benefits of telehealth during disaster response and could ingrain telehealth in future planning efforts.
Three years after their release, few hospitals use the ONC's guides for EHR safety. CMS and The Joint Commission could change that.