Discover more about the social determinants of health—the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age—and their broad impact on health, health equity and overall well-being in this guide.
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.
Our guest writer reflects on the importance of technology in healthcare.
Genomics testing can help to determine not only your lineage but what health factors of which to be aware now and as you age. Explore some of the basics of genomics, the roles and impact of these new data, and the implications for precision health.
"With the HIMSS IIP interface, we’re able to get a more comprehensive amount of data for each and every vaccination."
Health IT plays an important role in streamlining the workflows that enable clinicians to deliver the most up-to-date care, while also helping prevent the spread of disease.
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.
Healthbox recently examined the substantial increase in outpatient healthcare delivery over the last two decades and predicted an even more significant shift outside of traditional care settings.
The opioid epidemic didn’t start with just one cause, which means only a multi-faceted approach will work in combating it.
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...
A story of how miscommunication and misdiagnosis led to tragedy and an example of why information and technology are so important in healthcare.
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.