Current Headlines

  1. ACOs Face Interoperability Barriers

    According to a new report, a lack of out-of-network interoperability is the biggest obstacle facing ACOs today. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  2. EHR Market To Expand By A Third By 2020

    A Frost and Sullivan report predicts that, by the year 2020, the EHR market will have grown 30 percent. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  3. Despite Benefits, Few PCPs Use Telehealth

    The majority of family physicians see the benefits to telehealth, yet few actually use the technology. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. Patients Increasingly Willing To Share Health Data

    More than half of those who participated in a Pew Research Center survey said they would be willing to share their personal health information in exchange for health products or services. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  5. Startup Raises $2 Million For Speculated Eye-Care Tech

    Vizzario Inc. remains mum about the plans for its investment funds. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. EHRS Hold Key Medication Adherence Data

    Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University and Christiana Care Health System determined EHR data could contain valuable information about patients’ medication adherence. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc. Exhibiting Industry Leading Nurse Call Solutions At HIMSS Conference In Las Vegas

    Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc. will be exhibiting at the upcoming HIMMS conference in Las Vegas; one of the largest healthcare information and technology tradeshows in the world.

  8. Press Ganey White Paper: Census Based Surveying Supports Competitive Advantage

    Press Ganey Holdings, Inc. recently released a white paper introducing key insights and best practices demonstrating that Census Based Surveying (CBS) can help health care organizations improve performance, increase patient loyalty and grow market share.

  9. Oklahoma Critical Access Hospital Installs New PACS With Web-Based Image Viewer To Expedite Sharing Of Patient Data

    Holdenville General Hospital (Holdenville, Okla.) recently implemented Carestream’s Vue PACS with its Vue Motion universal viewer to equip onsite physicians to quickly evaluate each patient’s condition and assess whether the patient needs to be transported to a higher level hospital.

  10. Language Access Network Releases Next Generation Platform

    Language Access Network (LAN) has launched the next generation of its video medical interpretation platform with the introduction of the Martti™ app.