Keyword: College of Healthcare Information Management Executives
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.
The federal government needs to provide more resources and incentives to help healthcare organizations protect their IT systems and data from cyberattacks.
Will all patients truly be up to the task of managing their own health data? Some CIOs say no.
Facebook is planning to expand its blood donation tool to the U.S. to enable hospitals and blood banks to connect with donors, and more health IT headlines.
Stanford Children's executive Ed Kopetsky has been named CIO of the Year by HIMSS and CHIME.
A new CHIME survey shows that provider organizations are getting better at exchanging data but struggle with consumer-focused tools.
Athenahealth said allowing providers to pay for data transactions would establish “a true functioning market for the exchange of health information."
A new KLAS/CHIME poll shows executives remain concerned about medical device cybersecurity, but cast much of the blame on manufacturers.