Bob Cash, vice president of provider relations at Orem, Utah-based KLAS Research, and Colin Buckley, director of research strategy, clinical IT at KLAS Research, share their perspectives about trends impacting the healthcare IT vendor market.
At the Flemington, N.J.-based Hunterdon Healthcare, executive leaders have moved forward to modernize the organization’s vast application portfolio, with a specific focus on upgrading a dated email tool with a more modern application to support collaboration.
During a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing Thursday, HHS leaders shared lessons learned from the department's response to the recent WannaCry ransomware attack and recognized that many organizations are in dire need of cybersecurity resources.
As healthcare organizations are continuing to look to enhance patient access and experience, having the ability to match patients to the right providers the first time is a necessity
For Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s executive leaders, modernizing the IT infrastructure was an imperative to support new technologies and applications. The adoption of a converged infrastructure has laid the foundation for future health IT innovation.
Health Data Compass, an analytics initiative supported by four major healthcare provider organizations in the Denver area, is leveraging cloud-based data management to integrate patient genomic data and EHR data to drive forward personalized medicine.
Leaders at Panama City Surgery Center in Florida were experiencing patient flow, patient and family communication, and patient satisfaction issues, until they leveraged IT to improve flow, operational efficiency, and satisfaction
In this Healthcare Informatics Special Report as part of the May/June issue, experts dive into the latest challenges and opportunities in the world of imaging informatics.
Robert Bart, M.D., joined the Pittsburgh-based UPMC health system as CMIO, after serving as CMIO at the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, and shares his perspectives on health system change
The VA announced Monday that it will adopt a Cerner EHR platform, the same being used by the Department of Defense, to replace its aging EHR, called VistA. However, the agency also said it would be creating an EHR system that integrates with other vendors.
In a healthcare environment that’s becoming more about demonstrating quality and embarking on accountable care, Optum is setting the pace for how to get better insights into data
An improved strategy around BI and analytics at Stamford Health has helped physicians, clinicians, nurses, and analysts with the actionable insights needed for real-time decision making
As the EHR vendor market continues to consolidate and mature, will interoperability and data exchange improve—or stall out? Industry leaders ponder whether Epic’s size and extraordinary market dominance are a net positive or negative for progress going forward.
Our annual review of the Healthcare Informatics 100, as it relates to investments and M&A activity
Mazhar Jaffry, Abbas Kermani, and Diane Blackburn, three senior executives at Prime Accountable Care, LLC, in southeast Michigan, share their perspectives on physician-led ACO development, and on what they’ve learned so far
Clinicians at Hackensack Meridian Health, led by hematologist/oncologist Andrew Pecora, M.D., have been involved in an initiative that is bringing clinical evidence to the point of decision-making, and changing specialist care delivery
For our market scan on the population health market in the May issue, Healthcare Informatics profiles Caradigm, a company providing data analytics solutions with an eye towards meeting customers’ changing needs in a time of accelerating change.
Tom Lee, Ph.D. has built a solid company around creating software nicknamed the “TurboTax for Meaningful Use,” because it makes regulatory compliance easier for health systems.
Quartet’s CEO and chairman found early on that they shared a passion for solving some of the healthcare sector’s challenges involving behavioral health.
HHS deputy assistant secretary for health technology reform, John Fleming, M.D., spoke at an event on May 24 where he reaffirmed the government’s two core health IT priorities—better electronic health record (EHR) usability and interoperability.