A group of recent FDA commissioners from both sides of the aisle agree: the agency should break up with the Department of Health and Human Services.
Cerner CEO Brent Shafer announced that the company would begin to accelerate the environment for third-party development on its EHR.
Rush University Medical Center announced Tuesday that it will become the first hospital in the U.S. to move to 5G broadband speeds.
Over the five years of their partnership, GE and Vanderbilt will work to deliver safer and more precise immunotherapy treatment for cancer patients.
Digital healthcare apps are a rapidly growing space, yet the companies developing them lack real proof of their effectiveness.
Seattle-based Providence Ventures, the venture capital arm of Providence St. Joseph Health, has raised a $150 million venture capital and growth equity fund.
The FDA has released model 1.0 of the Software Precertification Pilot Program to give guidance to the health IT community about AI.
A panel recommended studying the feasibility of a unified EHR for California—something both patients and providers would be able to access.
James Paul Gfrerer was confirmed by the Senate to lead the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' EHR implementation, plus more health IT headlines.
Stanford Children's executive Ed Kopetsky has been named CIO of the Year by HIMSS and CHIME.