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This study found also found an estimated $86 million in savings.
New research offers some evidence that patients have been harmed due to medical device cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
U.S. physicians’ clinical notes are, on average, four times as long as those in other countries. Are documentation regulations to blame?
Hospitals have been investing in surgical robots to keep up with competition, but new studies question the value of those investments.
California's governor has formed a precision health advisory committee with many of the state’s experts in data, genomics and population health.
ACOs could introduce significant innovation into end-of-life care, breaking down structural barriers endemic to those services.
With a growing number of connected medical devices and a lack of cybersecurity resources in healthcare, experts warn the next attack will lead to patient harm.
University of California San Diego Health has transitioned its EHR system to the cloud, and UC Irvine is scheduled to join the system in November.
Hospitals are taking steps to optimize blood use without sacrificing care quality. And they're reaping big cost savings, too.
There are wide variations in physician incomes and several reasons why.