Keyword: College of Healthcare Information Management Executives
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.
A new "economically significant" interoperability rule landed at OMB on Friday.
Cedars-Sinai announces nine new startups inducted into its accelerator and a study shows a 7% error rate with speech recognition software.
Health IT and behavioral health groups are backing the eTREAT Act to remove telehealth restrictions for substance abuse treatment.
Four patient safety groups want ONC and AHRQ to support a National Health IT Safety Collaborative, plus Amazon hires a former FDA official.
UCSF's Robert Wachter says widespread digitization in healthcare will take longer than most industries, but he's seeing some promising pockets.
The request would shield providers that donate cybersecurity technology from fraud enforcement, allowing larger systems to support smaller practices.
Health IT executives in the U.S. are calling on Congress to lift a ban on unique patient identifiers, highlighting success in Britain's NHS.