Cloud computing is continually popping up as a welcome entrant in different areas in the world of healthcare, and this time, it’s benefits administration.
Patients are accessing their healthcare online more and beating out physicians when it comes to healthcare information exchange.
Connecting with patients is a top priority under MU Stage 3 and it’s likely that your clients are having issues effectively bridging the tech gap with the people they serve. A recent survey from Deloitte though may lend some invaluable insight in helping them reach their patient engagement goals.
A new offering combines RFID, voice recognition, cloud, and Web-based mobile technologies to provide multiple benefits to providers.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) is turning its focus from interoperability to privacy, according to Gov Info Security.
The most recent set of data from BSIMM shows serious weaknesses in the healthcare sector.
The second phase of the HIPAA Audit Pilot Program is on its way.
Trustwave released its 2015 Security Health Check Report this October, and along with it, results that illuminate a disturbing gap between the perception of security in healthcare and actual readiness for an incident.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, a premier member of one of the largest health systems in the Northeast, has announced that it will be abandoning the Pioneer ACO (accountable care organization) program, according to HealthcareITNews.
Any of your healthcare IT clients interested in addressing public concerns around privacy will want to pay attention to, and possibly participate in a new educational initiative.