With a goal of tapping into all the talent its community offers, NewYork-Presbyterian will kick off its InnovateNYP: Pediatric App Challenge in March.
Valentine's Day is almost here, and while some that may mean chocolates and flowers and a romantic dinner out, for those of use in the healthcare world it can only mean one thing--#HealthPolicyValentines.
An employee at Miami-based Jackson Health System is suspected of comprising more than 24,000 patient records.
The cloud may be one of the most-used buzzwords in healthcare in 2016 as providers look to find ways to store data in an easier and more cost effective way.
Interoperability of medical devices is as much about sharing information as it is about safety, according to Bakul Patel, associate director for digital health at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
Comments are trickling in for the request for information proposed in December by the National Institute of Standards and Technology focusing on use of its cybersecurity framework, with organizations both praising the updates to the framework and offering suggestions on how to make it even stronger.
Britain's National Health Service has appropriated £4 billion ($5.83 billion) for a digital health initiative to further use of electronic records and online appointments, prescriptions and consultations.
The chief nursing informatics officer's job is to advocate for his or her "customers" on IT projects--in CNIO Mary Beth Mitchell's case those customers are the health system's nurses.
Three government groups are teaming up to raise awareness of risk factors that lead to heart disease during American Heart Month.
Interoperability is about exchange and use of data, and not "a state of utopia in which there is this information liquidity," according to Doug Fridsma, president and CEO of the American Medical Informatics Association.