Topic: electronic health records (EHRs)
A handful of major healthcare groups and vendors are throwing their weight behind ONC's information blocking proposal.
The U.S. Department of Defense's Cerner electronic health record system is now live at four new military sites in the second wave of its MHS Genesis rollout.
UC San Francisco and Cornell Tech are leading a project to enable Android phone users to access their health records in the same way iPhone users can.
OptimizeRx, a software company that enables digital health messaging between pharmaceutical companies and providers, plans to acquire digital therapeutics SAAS platform RMDY Health for $16 million.
Mayo Clinic will open a state-of-the-art health clinic in central London, its first in the U.K., in partnership with Oxford University Clinic.
Health IT giant Cerner is laying off 255 of its U.S. employees as part of a wider cost-cutting effort.
Nashville-based nonprofit the Center for Medical Interoperability is launching an industrywide verification program to confirm medical device interoperability.
Nearly two-thirds of health plans (63%) say they are using federal interoperability regulations as the first step toward broader strategies.
Tech giants' digital assistants aren’t fully up to the challenges presented by the complex world of health and medicine.
Hal Wolf has observed the evolution of interoperability and has a glass-half-full perspective on current progress.