"Providing more timely access to immunization data is what the HIMSS Immunization Integration Program is all about."
"With the HIMSS IIP interface, we’re able to get a more comprehensive amount of data for each and every vaccination."
Mobile Technology, Just-in-Time Learning and Gamification: Innovative Strategies for a CAUTI Education Program
ONeill, K., Robb, M., Kennedy, R. Bhattacharya, A., Dominici, N. & Murphy, A. ( July, 2018). Mobile technology, just-in-time learning and gamification: Innovative strategies for a CAUTI education program. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 22(2)
The opioid epidemic didn’t start with just one cause, which means only a multi-faceted approach will work in combating it.
Public health advocate and recipient of the HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, Jessican Kahn, shares stories from her career and the impact health IT can have on population health.
Perfecting the right combination of people, innovative thinking and protocols involved is critical to reducing infant mortality. With more ways to support women before, during and after pregnancy, there is increased potential for improved outcomes and eliminating health disparities.
One healthcare professional's story of how her experiences as a patient ignited her passion for the field.
Leveraging Social Determinants of Health Data to Improve Accountable Care Delivery and Gain a Complete Picture of Patients’ Needs
Using social determinates of health, providers can harness meaningful insights into the well-being of their patient populations to deliver high-quality care, while minimizing risk, shares our NHIT Week Partner.
#IHeartHIT highlights from U.S. National Health IT Week.
How States, Territories and Private Organizations Can Leverage Health IT Solutions During Natural Disasters
The HIMSS Innovative Technologies & Policies Checklist outlines how states, territories and private organizations can leverage health IT solutions during natural disasters.
Two leaders at the intersection of health, technology and underserved communities see potential to create tech solutions for health issues facing Latinx youth from immigrant families across the nation.
As precision medicine continues to advance and evolve, ensuring the data collection process provides an accurate representation of all races and nationalities will be key to creating insights that are actionable.