Learn how to conduct a cloud-related risk assessment. It's a critical part of your healthcare organization's security risk assessment process.
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.
Blockchain's potential to disrupt and change healthcare has led to questions and concerns. Our Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force is working to find solutions and drive the path forward.
Once recorded, the beauty of blockchain technology is that the data is inalterable without the modification of all subsequent blocks, which requires the majority of the network to work together.
Explore part 2 of this blockchain blog series, authored by HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force members.
HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force members share their recommendations for anyone contemplating, or already pursuing, blockchain in healthcare.
Learn why connected health is a hot topic of conversation in this blog post from HIMSS connected health subject matter expert, John Sharp.
Understand how HIMSS is supporting Canadian health associations and initiatives around digital health in Canada.
While virtual reality for pain management and training are compelling, our guest writer shares why social virtual reality—especially in this time of social distance—is the most exciting application for healthcare VR.
We sat down with Indu Subaiya, MD, MBA, co-founder and president of Catalyst @ Health 2.0 and senior advisor to HIMSS, to hear what she had to say about what's next in health technology.
We talk a lot about interoperability and artificial intelligence, but what we're not talking enough about are the unpleasant realities like stress, substance abuse, suicide – the list goes on. The Health 2.0 panel session The Unacceptables breaks the ice on tough topics impa...
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.