Topic: Health Information Exchange (HIE)
Nearly 75% of non-federal acute care hospitals routinely use fax or mail to receive summary of care records from providers outside their system.
Trump selects former Ernst & Young cybersecurity director James Gfrerer to be the VA's assistant secretary for information and technology.
Once seen as elusive, cumbersome and even impossible, electronic data exchange is finally coming into its own.
We've scanned through the long list of HIMSS18 sessions to highlight eight that probably deserve your time.
In comments submitted to ONC regarding the draft framework, industry groups homed in on the 12-month implementation period and data blocking.
While some Republican senators are freshly optimistic about the prospects of two ACA stabilization bills, the measures continue to face steep hurdles.
A proposed rule issued by the VA would change a regulation that led the agency to deny medical records requests from community providers.
SHIEC's new Patient Centered Data Home lays the foundation for records to follow patients wherever they seek care.
Cerner and Intermountain were two of the organizations attending a meeting on EHR interoperability spearheaded by White House Adviser Jared Kushner.
Health IT advancements have changed the way hospitals respond to a disaster, but several issues remain, including consumer access to medical records.