A district judge denied Draeger's motion to dismiss claims from Rush University Medical Center over failures in its patient monitoring technology.
Two weeks after CHIME was scheduled to announce the winners of its National Patient ID Challenge, the organization has called it off.
As providers embrace MACRA, it will become easier to translate quality reporting into quality-improving care strategies.
Expanding telemedicine programs could lead to an "Amazon effect" where a few large systems begin to dominate virtual care.
Just 1% of service members were treated via telehealth in 2016, but new funding and legislative requirements will likely boost usage.
Five success factors for accelerating innovation through strategic partnerships.
New HIMSS CEO Hal Wolf discusses the expanding role of the healthcare CIO, government regulations, IT budgets and more.
UnitedHealthcare has unveiled a new program that offers personalized concierge services to its Medicare Advantage members.
On Monday, a New York judge denied a request from Outcome Health investors to freeze $225 million in funding.
AMA has been consumed by a “waterfall of disturbing legislative healthcare proposals," but its long-term goals revolve around data management.
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.
Months after Missouri’s governor signed an executive order to establish a prescription drug monitoring program, the state hasn’t made any progress.