Calling technology challenges one of the biggest issues facing states with regard to setting up health insurance exchanges, a new report from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the National Academy of Social Insurance examines lessons learned from "early innovators" and others well along in the process.
A new research center brings together experts in electrical engineering, computer science, and medicine to develop the next generation of wireless connectivity for hospitals.
Providers are becoming increasingly more reliant on information technology, if a new report by CDW Healthcare released this morning is any indication. According to the technology vendor, 84 percent
George Washington University Hospital's leaders have increased employee satisfaction with their level of communication by using new technology. A recent survey showed that its new system of targeting
A New York-based group has issued a set of recommendations this week that take on what may be one of the biggest problems RHIOs face--setting uniform standards for getting consent for sharing
As part of preparations for our Voice over WiFi Webinar --which will take place
Today, WiFi is such an accepted technology that it's easy to forget it's a relatively new one. It wasn't that long ago that WiFi security wasn't first-class, bandwidth relatively modest and the
Taking their inspiration from the facility's doctors, the IT staffers at Moses Taylor Hospital chose a fairly significant change in direction when it came time to upgrade their messaging system.
> Experts say the coming requirement that providers use National Provider Identifier numbers when billing the government payers could prove very expensive, as the process is still riddled with
A new study backed by AHIMA suggests the HIT workforce will need to expand dramatically in coming years to meet demand. The study, which drew on data from the HIMSS Analytics Database, found that