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A National Health IT Week Partner shares strategies for selecting and implementing healthcare technology using lessons learned from their own experience launching a new patient-facing tool.
Our National Health IT Week Chapter Advocacy Challenge encourages chapter advocates to engage with state and local level stakeholders in developing recommendations for creation or revision of an existing state or territorial health IT roadmap or strategic plan.
Voice technology used to be a thing of science fiction, but today it's mainstream. Our National Health IT Week Partner shares how this technology can transform healthcare.
HIMSS outlines potential for health information and technology to combat major public health issue.
Discover human-centered cybersecurity design principles that will help you evaluate solutions keeping patients at the center.
Our Women in Health IT community is advancing its mission to empower and enable women in the industry with the right knowledge, recognition and resources for career success by developing a collaborative partnership with CSweetener, a not-for-profit supporting rising female healthcare leaders.
If you are adding a blockchain system to your health care practice, it's important to know exactly how it works.
Nearly two-thirds of respondents to a HIMSS Media survey cite interoperability, health information exchange and data integration as the areas of healthcare most in need of technology innovation.
After spending 10 years building and optimizing its system to enlist clinician support, as well as adding data analytic, health exchange, and other capabilities, Cedars-Sinai expects to reap a hard-fought return on investment (ROI) in the form of dramatically improved patient outcomes and efficiencies as well as lower costs and increased revenues.