Healthcare leaders value platforms over products, according to a new survey from Venrock outlining a distinct attitude shift compared to past years.
Take the computer out of the exam room and patients perceive the doctor as more compassionate and professional, with better communication skills.
Successful remote patient monitoring programs are increasingly using predictive analytics to identify the members most likely to benefit and participate.
With more money flowing into the health IT sector than ever before, technology has become a primary driver behind M&A activity across the industry.
A House committee is taking a deeper dive into the cybersecurity risks associated with legacy technology throughout the healthcare industry.
From facilitating EMRs to clinician communications, Wi-Fi plays a critical role in patient safety. But as IoT becomes more prevalent, so do security concerns.
The Trump administration proposed yet another delay to the Common Rule, a research regulation that includes several key health IT provisions.
Two major powerhouses in the insurer and telecom world are partnering to try and improve efficiency and experience between providers and patients.
An Illinois obstetrician declined to learn a new electronic medical record system and will no longer deliver babies at St. Alexius Medical Center.
Abbott has released another cardiac device firmware update, its second and final one in a planned series of updates that began last year.
The DEA has reached an agreement with 48 attorneys general to share prescription drug data with one another to support ongoing investigations.
The VA's top IT official resigned from his post, raising more uncertainty about the fate of a long-delayed deal with Cerner.