The Senate agreed to a short-term spending bill Monday that effectively ended the government shutdown.

A government shutdown that began Saturday will furlough all but six of ONC's 179 employees.

Two Indiana attorneys have dropped a lawsuit alleging more than 60 hospitals submitted fraudulent Meaningful Use data.

The Senate fell 10 votes short of the 60 needed to keep the government running until mid-February.

ONC's Elise Sweeney Anthony said the agency will release a proposed rule in April updating health IT certification requirements and addressing data…

More must be done to ensure the accuracy of Medicare Advantage encounter data, according to the HHS OIG.

In a final plea, CareFirst attorneys warned that companies would be inundated with data breach lawsuits without the high court's review.

Allscripts is investigating a ransomware attack impacting a limited number of applications, according to a company spokesperson.

CMS will form an interagency group to take a look at the regulatory barriers posed by federal antikickback laws.