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An Alabama jury acquitted a physician accused of prescribing drugs that killed a patient and more physician practice news.
A federal jury convicted a Texas man for pretending he worked for Cerner; plus lawmakers are miffed at the VA's CIO choice.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar has been readmitted to the hospital due to a gastrointestinal infection, and more healthcare headlines.
Denied claims tied to inaccurate patient identification cost the average hospital $1.5 million.
Only a quarter of RNs have seen changes in the way their organizations handle data security and patient privacy.
A new survey found that 84% of provider organizations do not have a dedicated cybersecurity leader, and just 11% said they had plans to hire one.
Health payers have already begun testing blockchain solutions and many have plans to deploy the technology over the course of the next year.
Allscripts has finalized its purchase of McKesson’s health IT portfolio amid a surge of optimism from healthcare providers.
As physician practices work to implement MACRA, Black Book Research identified some of the top challenges they face.
Though the majority of nurses say they’re glad they entered the field, about 1 in 5 add they probably would choose a different career if given another chance.