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February 24, 2017
Chris Nerney

Above politics: Bipartisan support for health IT won't fade, HIMSS17 speakers agree

Technology is one of the ways the U.S. is "going to solve some of the big problems in healthcare."
February 20, 2017
Chris Nerney

OCR deputy head on interoperability, data sharing, and HIPAA audits

The potential of a compliance audit "moves the priority of HIPAA" for healthcare organizations, Deven McGraw tells HIMSS17 attendees.
February 17, 2017
Chris Nerney

Microsoft, UPMC unveil AI-based healthcare research partnership

Initiative will focus on products that empower patients and providers while advancing UPMC's immunology research.
February 14, 2017
Chris Nerney

Why connected care is critical to success of population health efforts

"Healthcare is still local at its core."
February 08, 2017
Chris Nerney

Technology and beyond: The barriers to interoperability

The reasons why many U.S. healthcare providers lack full interoperability go beyond technology to issues of workflow, standards, and culture.
February 03, 2017
Chris Nerney

The growing threats to healthcare data

The Internet of Things, mobile apps, and cloud computing are creating new risk factors for hospitals, IBM security report says.
February 01, 2017
Chris Nerney

Persistent EHR optimization challenges, analysts say

Several healthcare IT experts tell Healthcare IT News that electronic health records still aren't being used effectively.
January 25, 2017
Chris Nerney

InterSystems, Clinical Architecture unveil 'clinigraphic' to highlight relevant patient data

Healthcare providers "can easily and efficiently view the most pertinent information for patients within a population health management cohort."
January 24, 2017
Chris Nerney

Providers increasingly relying on connected health devices

The Connected Health Experience exhibit at HIMSS17 will showcase the growing number of devices enabling providers to monitor patients between visits.
January 19, 2017
Chris Nerney

HIE Coordinated Care Oklahoma to cease operations

"We’ve been able to accomplish a lot of great things for our patients, providers, and hospitals; but the landscape has changed.”