California has decided to scrap a $179 million computer modernization project for its Medi-Cal program and start over, reports California Healthline.
Technology will play a big role in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' massive multi-payer initiative to boost primary care quality, which was announced Monday.
Johns Hopkins is in the planning stages for a new healthcare accelerator that would help bring health IT ventures to Baltimore.
A California health system that has only one full-time neurologist is getting help from a new robot that can connect team members with specialists 24/7.
A website databased containing information for patients at Einstein Healthcare Network had been left accessible on the Internet, the Pennsylvania health system announced last week.
Focused ultrasound, a rarely used technology to treat uterine fibroids, prostate cancer and other medical problems, may soon have a larger role to play in healthcare.
A majority of hospitals in the U.S. have been the target of a ransomware attack or could potentially become a victim, according to a poll by Healthcare IT News and HIMSS Analytics.
One health system in the upper reaches of New York State is seeing very few issues with its e-prescribing efforts, even as some providers continue to struggle despite a March 27 deadline to have such services available.
Henry Ford Health System is taking major steps to shore up security of Internet of Things devices, including closely looking at how its departments are positioned.
Both the American Hospital Association and the American Medical Informatics Association, weighing in on a February proposal by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to revise 42 CFR Part 2, say the rule does not do enough to remove current barriers impeding the exchange of substance use disorder information between providers.