A partnership between the Georgia Health Information Network and Alabama's One Health Record is growing connections among state health information networks in the south.
Funding for health IT in the third quarter of 2015 rose 32 percent from Q2 with $1.6 billion in 148 deals, according to a report from Mercom Capital Group.
The healthcare industry stands to lose $305 billion in cumulative lifetime revenue due to cyberattacks that will take place during the next five years, according to a report from Accenture.
Health startup Theranos Inc. has made a name for itself in the industry by offering lab tests that require just a few drops of blood, but four former employees have claimed that this highly touted technology is used for just a small portion of the company's tests, the Wall Street Journal reported.
It's time for action on interoperability, Robert Wergin, M.D., board chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians, says in a letter responding to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT's interoperability roadmap.
Despite some stumbles in the past couple years, genetics company 23andMe is making a comeback.
Hospitals and healthcare providers every day are looking at ways they can keep patient data safe and prevent cyberattacks--and security plans need to be constantly evolving.
Google Ventures aims to take life science entrepreneurs and introduce them to technology that they can use at their businesses, according to Krishna Yeshwant, M.D., an investor at GV who specializes in health and life sciences.
Health information exchanges hold the potential to improve clinical data sharing, yet many overlook an essential early step--understanding how clinicians use the information they're requesting.
The Golden State is taking action following large scale data breaches at some of the country's most prominent health systems, which include UCLA Health.