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Patient misidentification is common and can involve some of our most vulnerable people. We have an opportunity to prevent misidentifications.
Contrary to trends in other sectors, women in senior healthcare IT executive positions earned about $30,000 more than their male counterparts.
Smaller health systems and hospitals are falling behind in cybersecurity as budget constraints and a lack of qualified talent hinder progress.
Healthcare and health IT industry leaders cheered a vote by the U.S. House to lift a ban on using federal funding to create patient identifiers.
The Health Innovation Alliance is calling for the interoperability rules to be scrapped and for federal policymakers to "go back to the drawing board."
Industry group CHIME is urging federal healthcare policy officials to go slow with dual interoperability and information blocking rules.
The digital and physical worlds are not just intersecting—they are merging.
Healthcare and health IT groups are supporting recently proposed legislation aimed at reforming a patient privacy regulation by aligning it with HIPAA.
A Michigan medical practice will close it doors April 30 after hackers deleted all of its patient records when doctors refused to pay a ransom.
Healthcare and health IT organizations are asking CMS and ONC for more time to comment on new interoperability rules, and more health IT news.