Cerner Corp. has filed a protest against rival EHR vendor Epic Systems following an “unfair bidding process and a possible conflict of interest” for a recent IT implementation contract awarded by the University of Illinois (UI) medical center.
Medical groups and health systems that are members of AMGA (the American Medical Group Association) expect that nearly 60 percent of their revenues from Medicare will be from risk-based products by 2019, according to the results from a recent survey.
The ex-health IT director at North County Health Services, a San Diego County-based healthcare service provider, has been charged with spearheading fraudulent operations that cost the organization $800,000.
Circulation, a Boston-based company that provides the technology platform to connect patients with non-emergent rides to doctor's appointments, is partnering with rideshare company Lyft to expand non-emergency transportation options for Circulation’s clients...
A new survey shows broad acceptance of telemedicine services among health care executives and providers compared to just three years ago as 76 percent of healthcare professionals said their organizations currently offer or plan to offer telemedicine services.
Epic Systems is facing a lawsuit in which the complainant has attested that the vendor’s software defaults to double-billing for anesthesia services, resulting in the government being overbilled by hundreds of millions of dollars.