There are plenty of missed opportunities buried in the chaos of the annual HIMSS conference. Not to worry: Here's a quick recap of what we covered.

The former vice president wants more teeth behind federal interoperability efforts, while physicians say Amazon and Apple will drive interoperability.

A new study out of UCSF shows an Apple Watch-AI combination can accurately predict Afib in a subset of patients, but real-world challenges remain.

President Trump's opioid plan includes a nationally interoperable PDMP, a provision that drew support from health IT and drug experts.

Banner Health anticipates it will receive negative findings from an active OCR investigation into a June 2016 cyberattack.

Four patient safety groups want ONC and AHRQ to support a National Health IT Safety Collaborative, plus Amazon hires a former FDA official.

These eight women, who hail from a wide range of health IT sectors, are leading the charge on virtual care, interoperability and cybersecurity.

After Nemours unveiled a new asthma app in January, one of the system's top surgeons convinced developers to speed up the launch of a new cardiac app.

Although health IT fraud is a relatively new area, federal prosecutors at HIMSS encouraged industry incumbents to focus on compliance.

MedPAC said the cost of telehealth coverage is not a significant consideration for commercial plans and urged CMS to pilot test approaches through CMMI.