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.
Months after Missouri’s governor signed an executive order to establish a prescription drug monitoring program, the state hasn’t made any progress.
It’s more important than ever that physicians carefully document a patient’s opioid use in the electronic health record. AHIMA offers some tips.
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.
Doctors working at VA facilities have gained an hour and a half per week to spend with patients rather than shuffling through email.
A new bill calls on the VA to submit quarterly and annual reports on its implementation of a new EHR system.
Weeks after finalizing its McKesson acquisition, Allscripts posted its highest revenue-generating quarter of the year.