February 16, 2017 | Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth
athenahealth chief calls for a framework that would enable leadership to prioritize investments, link stakeholders and improve performance. MORE
February 16, 2017 | Zane Burke, President, Cerner
The future of the industry is person-centered care within population health management techniques. MORE
February 16, 2017 | John Andrews - Contributing Writer
The system sees bundled payments as a positive move toward value-based care. MORE
February 16, 2017 | Gus Venditto - Vice President of Content, HIMSS Media
Your guide to relaxing and socializing after hours. MORE
February 16, 2017 | Bill Siwicki - Managing Editor of Healthcare IT News
Fortinet said the most interesting attacks involve Internet of Things devices and software. MORE
February 13, 2017 | Tom Sullivan - Executive Editor, HIMSS Media
John Loughnane, MD, chief of clinical innovation at Commonwealth Care Alliance said that the industry is on the cusp of voice-based artificial intelligence systems that can be used to tailor... MORE
February 13, 2017 | Bernie Monegain - Editor, Healthcare IT News
Chuck Podesta, chief information officer at the University of California at Irvine, said that executives should be pushing their teams to move faster on cloud migrations. MORE
February 13, 2017 | Kaiser Health News -
Michael Botticelli, who ran the White House's Office of National Drug Policy, took a public health approach to fighting widespread opioid abuse and said that Trump's promise to repeal the... MORE
February 13, 2017 | Kaiser Health News -
Insurer competition varied widely within states, with the most dramatic differences between urban and rural areas. The more populated regions tended to have more insurance competition and better-... MORE
February 13, 2017 | Susan Morse - Associate Editor, Healthcare Finance
Price needed no Democratic nods in the 52-47 party-line vote as Republicans hold a majority in the Senate. MORE
February 03, 2017 | Medical Practice Insider Staff
Stop tolerating software you hate, Bush contends, and instead demand a new set of core competencies from tech vendors. And he pointed to Waze, Google and Kayak as examples to emulate. MORE
February 03, 2017 | Tom Sullivan - Executive Editor, HIMSS Media
The electronic health record maker has built out its suite to enable integration with third-party apps and competing EHR systems, its chief executive said. MORE
February 03, 2017 | Bernie Monegain - Editor, Healthcare IT News
The health IT giant is focusing its $700 million R&D budget on EMR usability, interoperability, revenue cycle management, population health. MORE
February 03, 2017 | Mike Miliard - Contributing Editor
Software syncs with electronic health records, helping doctors prioritize the most important issues to address during checkups. MORE
February 03, 2017 | Bernie Monegain - Editor, Healthcare IT News
Researchers at Cleveland Clinic, Case Western and University Hospital won seven-year $6.5 million awards to focus on colon cancer, proteins called 'Kruppel-like factors,' bone marrow... MORE
February 03, 2017 | Kaiser Health News -
Any new health law needs substantial revenue to replace the Cadillac tax as well as ACA taxes on health insurers, medical devices and high-income households that paid for care expansion -- assuming... MORE
February 03, 2017 | Kaiser Health News -
The ACA has used financial incentives to encourage hospitals to experiment with ways to improve their care of patients, while reducing health care's cost. That sort of experimentation has... MORE
February 03, 2017 | Jessica Davis - Associate Editor, Healthcare IT News
Judge Neil Gorsuch has a history of pushing back on federal agencies and regulations particular to healthcare. Let's take a look. MORE
January 27, 2017 | Beth Jones Sanborn - Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance News
It starts with targeting care management at high-risk patients because that is where the most cost savings come from. MORE
January 27, 2017 | Mike Miliard - Contributing Editor
The firm also listed revenue cycle and precision medicine technologies among the most likely to expand in the next 24 months. MORE