Our guest blogger shares three advantages that non-traditional students bring to employers.
The ONC published its second draft of the TEFCA and has opened it for public comment.
An EMRAM Stage 7 success story of how Nebraska Medicine automated its data centers and transitioned to a virtualized compute, network and storage environment without adding unplanned costs or projects.
Healthcare consumerism is redefining how healthcare is experienced, provided and paid for. But are we ready for it?
Together with information and technology, patients should be at the center of all healthcare interactions: the Harvard Medical School Executive Education Program for HIMSS will explain how and why.
“There’s a whole effort going on now to leverage technology that impacts social and emotional determinants of health. We’re looking for new ideas and different angles to tackle this.”
The treatment of chronic conditions. The communication of the patient narrative. These are just a couple of the aspects of artificial intelligence in healthcare shining bright with promise.
Our vice president of innovation and technology shares insights into how health systems of different sizes and with various levels of technology can work together toward interoperability.
As blockchain in healthcare develops, it's important to look at other industries and learn from their experiences in blockchain regulation and adoption.
Five unique and innovative perspectives that healthcare leaders will need consider and explore as they evolve to hone their empathic journey toward patient and financial wellness.