The VA's pharmacy system limits interoperability between VA providers and non-VA providers.
The CMS may have paid providers more than $729 million in incentive payments for EHR systems that didn't comply with federal standards, according to HHS' Office of Inspector General.
Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland-based ICBM Medical signed a license agreement to further develop technology to provide patient screening and monitoring for a range of critical clinical conditions including prostate cancer and concussions.
In the wake of last month's WannaCry ransomware, HHS officials called on the department's senior adviser for cybersecurity and others to organize public-private collaborations to better share threat information both before and during attacks.
The ONC wants the privacy notices to help inform consumers about how their health data are being protected and secured by health IT, such as mobile apps.
In adopting Cerner's system, the VA is leaving behind its home-grown VistA EHR, a move that's been on the horizon since it was suggested in March that the department would be moving to a commercial product.
In a move that reflects the ongoing shift to value-based care, the New Jersey healthcare system is working with IBM Watson Health and Cota Healthcare to use data analytics to improve cancer treatment.
Thousands of new ransomware attacks occur daily but what seems to be a technological problem actually ignores an analog factor: People.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network, which operates three hospitals in eastern Wisconsin, is using online cognitive behavioral therapy to meet the growing demand for behavioral health services.
An HHS task force released its final recommendations to improve cybersecurity across the industry, stressing the importance of "cyberhygiene" given the rise of ransomware.
Electronic health records vendor eClinicalWorks is accused of cheating on its EHR certification tests, which caused providers using the software to unknowingly submit false claims for meaningful use incentive payments.
House Speaker Paul Ryan appointed Soon-Shiong to the 25-member Health IT Advisory Committee. Soon-Shiong's appointment has raised conflict-of-interest concerns due to his foundation's investments.