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Demand growing for board members with cybersecurity skills

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Safety-net providers face obstacles to telehealth adoption

Despite its clear potential to improve access to high-quality care in underserved communities, telehealth is underutilized by safety-net providers due to a range of barriers, according to a new report from the RAND Corporation. The analysis, based on...

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Fighting sticker shock at pharmacy counters

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Survey: Physicians have some positive feelings about EHRs, data and analytics

More than any other recent change to our healthcare system, the electronic health record (EHR) has become the focus of physician disdain. With research published in 2016 in the Annals of Internal Medicine showing physicians spend two hours on EHR and...

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UK named the “heartland of European healthcare AI” in new report

Germany and France are two flourishing AI hubs, but the UK has been named the European AI “powerhouse” in a new report from London-based investment firm MMC Ventures. Published earlier this month, the analysis sheds light on the hype around the t...

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Hutt Valley DHB to use robots to speed up clinical coding

Hutt Valley DHB former chief information officer Valley Shayne Hunter speaking at HiNZ 2018. Credit: eHealthNews.nz Hutt Valley District Health Board (DHB) is using robots to process the 24,000 e-referrals it receives every year. Hutt Valley DHB ...

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RSA 2019 in review: AI, burnout, agile dominate security show

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There’s a challenge being the only woman in a room of health IT executives, says Agio’s Compliance Director Deana Fuller

Before finding her niche in cyber security, Agio Compliance Director Deana Fuller found herself in a situation familiar to many. She had dreams growing up of becoming a teacher, or an attorney, yet found herself working in a profession where she didn...

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Eric Topol: EHRs have 'taken us astray,' but AI could fix healthcare in a 'meaningful and positive way'

(Photo: Scripps) Dr. Eric Topol, founder and director of Scripps Research Translational Institute, is a longtime healthcare visionary. A cardiologist, geneticist and digital health pioneer, his ideas have been at the forefront of digital health f...

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How a new EHR gave enterprise-wide visibility to one behavioral health org

Keystone Human Services, a large behavioral health organization based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was facing replacement of two existing electronic health record systems. One system was no longer supported and the vendor that developed the applicatio...

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KLAS: Providers want more in a quality management tool

KLAS' newest report, "Quality Management for 2019: The Search for a One-Stop Shop," shows that healthcare providers are looking for a single platform to handle all of their quality management needs, but they aren’t necessarily getting it. Providers...

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Showcasing interoperability at HIMSS19

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