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A new KLAS/CHIME poll shows executives remain concerned about medical device cybersecurity, but cast much of the blame on manufacturers.
CHIME and the Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (ABHW) both advocated for more consistency with federal patient privacy laws.
CHIME is calling on the FCC to increase annual funding for the Rural Health Care Program to $800 annually to expand access to telehealth.
Two weeks after CHIME was scheduled to announce the winners of its National Patient ID Challenge, the organization has called it off.
Healthcare providers still lack clarity around the future of telehealth reimbursement, but that’s not stopping them from growing their programs.
A new partnership between CHIME and DirectTrust aims to put the Direct exchange framework in every hospital, insurer, pharmacy and lab in the U.S.
Health IT groups praised the EHR certification flexibility offered to physicians under MACRA, but some are pushing for a 2019 deadline for 2015 requirements.
Neal Patterson, co-founder and CEO of Cerner and a recognized leader in health IT, died on Sunday following complications from cancer. He was 67.
It took the Department of Defense four years to roll out its EHR upgrades. VA Secretary David Shulkin believes his agency can do it faster.
A long-awaited report by a federal task force identified cybersecurity as a patient safety issue and outlined concerns for small providers.