UnitedHealthcare has unveiled a new program that offers personalized concierge services to its Medicare Advantage members.

AMA has been consumed by a “waterfall of disturbing legislative healthcare proposals," but its long-term goals revolve around data management.

Health IT Now Executive Director Joel White writes that interstate prescription data sharing is "like using a walkie-talkie and an iPhone."

A group of lawmakers is asking the GAO to take a closer look at how federal agencies use predictive modeling to track public health threats.

It’s been almost 10 years since the word “mHealth” became part of the healthcare lexicon. But has the trend had any impact on outcomes?

The number of hospitals adopting and reporting electronic clinical quality measures is rising, The Joint Commission says. The key: engaging doctors.

The average health IT professional's salary dropped 20% in 2017, in part because established EHRs no longer require high-priced consultants.

A new bill calls on the VA to submit quarterly and annual reports on its implementation of a new EHR system.

A doctor, a nurse practitioner and a practice employee were charged in a scheme that put millions of dollars' worth of opioids on the street.