Keyword: Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)
Healthcare stakeholders are concerned that compliance with interoperability rules will be costly and onerous and might stifle technology innovation.
11.5 million healthcare records were exposed in 2018, a report finds; Stanford wants digital health to be more ethical; and more health IT headlines.
We spoke with industry veterans at the recent HIMSS Conference in Orlando about why we still don't have true interoperability in healthcare.
While CMS has embraced value-based reimbursement, the country’s health insurance companies are still far from widespread adoption, a new survey found.
OCR settled a complaint against a hospital system that it had denied a patient with an intellectual disability placement on a heart transplant list.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma said accountable care organizations should be able to easily retrieve Medicare Part A, Part B, and Part D claims data for their beneficiaries.
Seema Verma spoke to reporters at HIMSS on Monday about the latest proposed rules.
Here are a few slices of news and life from around the 2019 HIMSS conference.
The Department of Health and Human Services released a hotly anticipated rule on Monday morning aimed at boosting interoperability.
The HIMSS conference may be the barometer of the health IT industry, and this year’s event seems strategically focused on interoperability.