The clinical analytics market for population health management is still evolving and in its infancy, according to a recent research report from the Cambridge, Mass.-based Chilmark Research.
Using telecommunications to connect stroke experts to stroke patients in rural areas continued to improve and sustain stroke care, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke.
The Department of Defense (DoD) has issued a formal request for proposals (RFP) for its mega multi-billion dollar electronic health record (EHR) modernization project, which already has been the source of heated competition by various major industry vendors.
More than 25 percent of both large and small ambulatory practices report that they are considering replacing their electronic health record (EHR), according to the latest KLAS report on ambulatory EHR perception.
The Georgia Composite Medical Board has enacted regulations surrounding telemedicine care within the state, requiring patients to have an in-person examination before getting treatment through the technology.
The San Francisco-based Dignity Health, one of the largest health systems in the U.S., has teamed up with analytics vendor SAS, based in Cary, N.C., to create a cloud-based, big data platform powered by a library of clinical, social and behavioral analytics.
Todd Park is stepping down from his position as U.S. Chief Technology Officer (CTO), multiple media outlets are reporting.
After last week's large-scale hack against Franklin, Tenn.-based health system, Community Health Systems, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is sending another warning to healthcare organizations over the threat of increased data breach attacks.
Patient-education tools such as online surveys and videos have helped clinicians at UCLA take on shared decision-making in various treatment areas, according to the university.
Electronic alerts can help reduce urinary tract infections in hospital patients with urinary catheters, a new research study at Penn Medicine has revealed
Ninety-six percent of federally-funded health centers have an electronic health record (EHR) in use at some or all sites, and 84.5 percent reported that their providers are receiving meaningful use payments, according to new data from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA
HealthPartners Institute for Education and Research, along with Partnership for Prevention and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, have launched a web-based tool that predicts the health and economic impact of evidence-based public health interventions and policies at the county level.
The number of healthcare IT professionals being hired continues to grow at a rapid pace a recently released study conducted by HIMSS Analytics concluded.
Since federal reporting requirements kicked in, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)' database of major breach reports have affected some 30.1 million patients spanning over 944 incidents, according to recent analysis in the Washington Post's "Wonkblog."
M*Modal’s CEO Duncan James is on his way out and Surescripts has hired Tom Skelton, an industry veteran, to be their new one.