To help identify and implement strategies that mitigate risk and foster trust within your organization, we asked healthcare security leaders the following four questions. Here’s what they had to say.
These Global Health Informatics Competency Recommendation Frameworks compile recommended core international informatics competencies reflective of many countries, scientific societies and research projects.
This issue of HIMSS Insights eBook puts, among other topics, a focus on privacy in healthcare discussions in Europe and in the U.S.
In honor of Nurses Month, HIMSS members share how informatics nurses today are continuing the legacy of energy, vision and activism—especially in times of challenge—ignited by nursing icons like Florence Nightingale.
Healthcare has always involved the intersection of human judgement and scientific data. And AI in healthcare is bringing the two elements closer than ever. From big data to policy, here are seven ways artificial intelligence is significantly changing healthcare.
Two nurse informaticists share the journeys that led them to their profession. One had a life-altering experience start her path, while the other’s happened organically; but both have a common thread: the power of education.
Stay up to date on healthcare cybersecurity news by reading the monthly HIMSS Heathcare and Cross-Sector Cybersecurity report.
New technologies for sharing patient health information are particularly relevant in times of crisis and as our guest writer outlines are just the beginning.
As healthcare transitions to a value-based reimbursement model, nursing documentation in EHRs and other health IT systems will increasingly be used to demonstrate nursing’s contribution to that value.
Produced by healthcare journalists from across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas, the HIMSS Insights eBook series provides a better understanding of the developments and trends in health and care, from a truly global perspective.
OJNI requires that all new manuscripts be formatted using this new seventh edition, but in a modified way to best suit the online format.
This article in the OJNI outlines how healthcare in Japan supported its total hip arthroplasty patients with online support.