Following the release of a new report on the barriers to AI in healthcare, officials with ONC and AHRQ say the technology is "promising—and doable."
HHS issued a six-month delay to Obama-era Common Rule updates that were scheduled to take effect on Friday.
Aetna has agreed to pay $17 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by people whose HIV status was revealed in a mailing from the insurer.
A group of attorneys general from 21 states and the District of Columbia have filed a petition to stop the FCC's "arbitrary" net neutrality…
According to a new job posting, Amazon wants to hire a "HIPAA Compliance Lead" to help the technology giant navigate business associate agreements.
For one physician with nearly 40 years of practice under his belt, healthcare's tech advances meant it was time for some additional training.
Aaron Miri of Imprivata and Valerie Grey with the New York eHealth Collaborative will join 28 others providing policy recommendations to ONC.
Two Indiana attorneys have agreed to drop state claims in a lawsuit alleging MU violations after the attorney general said the case has "little, if any…
Hancock Health officials decided to pay hackers $55,0000 to return patient files and restore clinical IT systems.
New research shows that wearables and remote monitoring devices have virtually no clinical impact. But researchers aren't throwing in the towel yet.