Interact with a new HIMSS population health management model that identifies population health domains and capabilities, and maps nearly 500 functions to Value-Based Care (VBC) payment models to help bring clarity to your population health efforts.
A HIMSS Health Information Exchange Case Studies Task Force participant breaks down the HIE case study process while addressing patient and provider engagement strategies.
Our guest writer shares while often overlooked, governance in a healthcare organization's information and technology can lead to a higher level of trust by patients.
Explore part 2 of this blockchain blog series, authored by HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force members.
"As a woman in health IT who helped usher in the initial waves of digital health innovation, I’ve witnessed an incredible amount of transformative change throughout my career." – Judy Murphy, winner of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award
Our guest writer shares how every nurse can inspire, innovate and influence no matter their position.
Engagement varies depending on a patient’s lifestyle, skills, and interests. Guest contributor, Mary Kay Thalken, RN, MBA, shares 10 ways to promote patient engagement.
We pooled together insights from HIMSS Women in Health IT community members who are leading the change they want to see on the front lines of the field and beyond.
The opioid epidemic didn’t start with just one cause, which means only a multi-faceted approach will work in combating it.
Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono – a recipient of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award – shared with our Steps to Value podcast how her path has been full of changes, but that these changes helped her become the leader she is today.
Our Steps to Value podcast talks with Ann O'Brien, winner of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, about the impact healthcare consumerism has on clinician burnout, the promise and the present of big data in healthcare, and what it was like to first encounter and interact with...
A story of how miscommunication and misdiagnosis led to tragedy and an example of why information and technology are so important in healthcare.