Keyword: College of Healthcare Information Management Executives
CHIME19 attendees took out their crystal balls to predict what's ahead for healthcare and health IT in 2020.
Early adopters of AI software solutions are beginning to see success in clinical areas such as predicting readmissions and avoidable ER visits.
A key focus of NYP's new Hauser Institute will be expanding telemedicine services deeper into local communities with an emphasis on preventive health.
Several health IT-related bills could be in the pipeline in 2020, including cybersecurity and telehealth legislation.
The Department of Health and Human Services and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) could finalize its major rule on healthcare interoperability that the agencies released back in February by the end of the year.
Efforts to establish a national patient identifier hit another major barrier thanks to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
Seven healthcare provider groups are appealing to congressional leaders to help slow down proposed federal interoperability rules.
Industry efforts to lift a ban on using federal funding for a unique patient identifier hit a roadblock in the Senate Wednesday.
Seven healthcare industry groups have strong concerns about ONC's proposed data blocking regulation and want the final rule delayed.
Patient misidentification is common and can involve some of our most vulnerable people. We have an opportunity to prevent misidentifications.