The entire MobiHealthNews editorial team – Jonah Comstock, Aditi Pai, and I – are joining HIMSS Media. Apart from more content from me – this deal has kept me busy in recent months – the MobiHealthNews you know (and hopefully love) won't change.
Ever since consumerism hit healthcare, the oft quoted objective is to give consumers the same kind of personalized experiences they have in other consumer-focused industries. Retail and financial services companies have gotten so good at this that they regularly provide personalized recommendations and interactions that are just short of eerie.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT announced Wednesday that two pieces of electronic health record software have had their certifications revoked, meaning providers can no longer use them to attest to meaningful use.
Topping off what Cerner executives detailed during the company’s earnings call Tuesday as a highly successful Quarter 2, in spite of profits falling, was the icing on the cake: the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization project. “We are pleased that last week the Department of Defense announced its decision to award the contract to Leidos,” […]
Out of more than 2,200 U.S. hospitals, only 338 made it to this year's Most Wired list, demonstrating some of the most advanced health IT use and adoption in the nation. Check out the full list of winners here.
Healthcare IT News' focus is on technology, of course, but there's so much else happening now across the broader realm of healthcare. We're keeping track of all the top studies, articles and other big happenings in the industry and compiling them on this healthcare watch list. It's updated daily, so check back in with us for regular updates.
Location: Lakeland, Florida CIO: Elizabeth Kerns Hospital EMR: Cerner
This year, only six health systems in the nation earned the designation "Most Wired Advanced," from H&HN, demonstrating leading-edge data security, advanced analytics, patient safety initiatives and overall implementation of IT systems.
This year, only six health systems in the nation earned the designation "Most Wired Advanced," indicating strong data security, advanced analytics, proven patient safety initiatives, exceptional chronic disease management and overall implementation of IT systems.