Precision medicine is poised to change the face of healthcare, but privacy issues could present a significant challenge.
Ohio University is using virtual reality as a training tool for surgical residents preparing for their first days of trauma care.
If Washington regulators want to make the healthcare system more efficient, they should take a hard look at the red tape wrapped around physicians.
With regulatory uncertainty surrounding the health IT industry, the CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center advised systems to focus on value-based care.
Digital apps, data, virtual doctor visits and genomics. Together, these innovations are giving the healthcare industry one last push into truly personalized…
At a time when technology is viewed as a cause of physician burnout, one doctor says it may actually be a solution.
A settlement between three mobile health app developers and New York State raises concern that oversight will begin to vary by state.
An innovative integrated care model that enabled seniors to transmit medical information to providers could turn out to be a huge cost savings for Medicare.
Highlighting a lack of financial resources and qualified IT professionals, 64% of healthcare providers say they are not prepared to meet MACRA requirements.
Electronic health records have benefits for patients and physicians, but they also raise ethical concerns, said the American College of Physicians.