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Articles by Alison Diana
posted in June 2014
Healthcare organizations are taking advantage of the delay in a variety of ways, such as training more staff, improving documentation integrity, and conducting more robust testing, according to a survey.
Aetna and GNS Healthcare use analytics to predict patients at risk for metabolic syndrome.
The Dutch company partners with Salesforce.com, introduces a cloud-based platform to expand its role in the healthcare market.
Surescripts expects AppDynamics application performance management to improve app performance and reliability, free engineers to pursue innovation.
State of Montana notifies 1.3 million patients of breach to Department of Public Health and Human Services server.
Verizon launches telehealth service to insurers, employers, and health services.
Veterans Health Administration seeks to expand its 44 telehealth service areas.
Seven months after the FDA told the Google-backed 23andme to stop marketing health results to customers, the government agency agreed to accept the company's first premarket notification report.
Infirmary Health used Ancile's CBT system to train more than 1,000 hospital clinicians and staff within weeks to use their new Epic electronic health record platform.
Florida Hospital Celebration Health uses GetWellNetwork software to improve patient care and build a culture of empowerment.
Community Health Plan of Washington's most vulnerable patients are doing a better job of sticking to their treatment plans -- thanks to big data, analytics, and hospital partner Health Integrated.
Dr. Farzad Mostashari, former national coordinator for HIT at the US Department of Health and Human Services, founds an ACO to help physician-led practices deliver value-based population health services to patients.
Google Glass plays a growing role in healthcare as developers incorporate the device into medical and personal health software.
Assisted living centers find electronic health records help them accommodate residents with more complex care needs and the staffing needed to serve them.
Confusion over the standards for anonymous data, or deidentification of data, damages adoption of mHealth apps, curtails innovation, and could generate needless extra laws.
With audits expected to increase this year, healthcare organizations increasingly invest in risk assessment software or services to ensure compliance.
By recommending that doctors be licensed in a patient's state, the American Medical Association places another hurdle in the path of telehealth adoption.
With more than 100,000 mobile health apps available today, you need help sorting through the fitness contenders. Consider these nine apps.
By giving clinicians the information they want, Epocrates stays atop the medical reference category for the fifth consecutive year.
Both payers and providers support a shift to value-based payments, a study says.
When Charles "Chuck" Hull created the first 3D printer in 1983, he had no idea next-generation devices would one day print prostheses.
The Office of the National Coordinator of Health IT outlines an ambitious plan to link patients' health records across the entire medical ecosystem.
Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange sends Department of Health & Human Services laundry list of to-dos to ensure healthcare industry meets new ICD-10 deadline.
Healthcare payers want technology developers to create systems that measure value. This time, tech is lagging social changes.
Healthcare providers share Hana's analytics and big data success stories at SAP's Sapphire Now conference.
By combining technology, best practices, and education, IT departments can safeguard even the most mobile healthcare departments.
Healthcare organizations use integration engines to cope with the lack of standards and multiple disparate systems clinicians use.
Cancer will cause more than half a million deaths in the US this year. Here's how smart pills, IBM Watson, customized treatments, and even social media are helping patients fight for their health.