Featured Healthcare Content

  1. MACRA Brings New Challenges For Smaller HIT Vendors

    Smaller EHR vendors might end up in a pinch because of certification requirements around MACRA.

  2. Most Data Breaches Due To Employee Errors Making Cyber Education Critical

    MSPs and VARs should make employee training a top priority for their clients. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Medical Image Market News: $Billion Growth Projections And IBM Acquires Merge

    The medical image management market (which covers PACS systems, VNAs and AICAs) has had some interesting developments over the last few months. By Megan Williams, contributing writer

  4. Organizations Need To Future-Proof Their PKI Driven By Cloud Adoption And IoT

    The biggest PKI challenge is the inability of existing infrastructure to support new applications. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. Crytographic Errors Defeat MarsJoke Ransomware

    Researchers develop a new decryption tool that helps stop the threat of MarsJoke. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Aetna Employing Apple Watch In mHealth Initiative

    Aetna and Apple are partnering in a new mHealth initiative that will supply Apple Watches in order to aid in the development of iOS-specific programs. By Megan Williams, contributing writer

  7. Boards Pressured To Prioritize Security Due To Compliance Regulations

    A Majority of Board Members say they need a cyber expert on the board. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. Selling MACRA Technology To Smaller Practices

    Smaller practices might not be quite ready to take on the challenges of MACRA, but it’s never too early for MSPs to start talking tech solutions with them. Small practices in particular are going to find themselves facing an incredibly complex reimbursement environment and, according to Diagnostic Imaging, tech won’t be an option in keeping up. By Megan Williams, contributing writer

  9. Preventive Healthcare Emerging As Health Technology Sector

    Every year, millions of people die from preventable diseases and conditions including diabetes, obesity, infectious disease, chronic respiratory disease, and cardiovascular disease. As technology becomes more fundamental to healthcare, preventive healthcare innovation (technologies used in measures adopted for disease prevention instead of treatment) are showing big predicted growth.

  10. Vendor At Center Of Potential Healthcare Data Breach

    Vendor is likely to blame for yet another recent potential exposure of healthcare data.