Two weeks after CHIME was scheduled to announce the winners of its National Patient ID Challenge, the organization has called it off.

The lawsuit claims eClinicalWorks deficiencies meant patients couldn't rely on their medical records' accuracy.

CareFirst CEO Chet Burrell knows a thing or two about how to execute a successful patient-centered medical home model.

New HIMSS CEO Hal Wolf discusses the expanding role of the healthcare CIO, government regulations, IT budgets and more.

In a settlement proposal sent to the VA on Monday, CliniComp said it will drop its lawsuit if the VA agrees to test its EHR system.

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."

Lucia Savage details her struggles to get a copy of her medical records and says her experience shows how federal laws don't always work as written.

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.

A VA source tells FCW that Cerner's contract is valued at $10 billion, while court documents indicate the agency plans to sign the deal this month.