Health IT News

  1. ESO Launches 2019 ESO EMS Index To Track Nationwide EMS Performance Across Key Metrics
    2/21/2019

    ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, today announced the findings of its 2019 ESO EMS Index.

  2. UnitedHealthcare Helps People Manage Chronic Conditions Through Data-Powered Nerve Center As Navigate4Me Program Expands
    2/20/2019

    UnitedHealthcare announced that it will increasingly leverage data from digital devices flowing into the UnitedHealthcare Nerve Center to help people enrolled in its Medicare Advantage plans more effectively manage chronic conditions. This press release features multimedia.

  3. XIFIN Supports Diagnostic Provider Patient And Physician Engagement Objectives With New RCM And LIS Capabilities
    2/20/2019

    XIFIN, Inc. today announced expanded patient and physician engagement capabilities, building on its commitment to being a valuable partner to diagnostic providers and delivering on the vision of optimizing the efficiency of healthcare.

  4. Akron Children’s Hospital Applies The Rothman Index To Real-Time Clinical Surveillance And Early Pediatric Sepsis Detection
    2/19/2019

    Akron Children’s Hospital is entering a partnership with PeraHealth to apply predictive analytics technology based on the Rothman Index. Recognized for leading the way to healthier futures for children through quality patient care, education, advocacy, community service, and medical discovery, the hospital will conduct research using PeraHealth’s Pediatric Rothman Index (pRI) to detect subtle, potentially life-threatening changes in patient condition.

  5. StorageCraft Protects Healthcare Organizations Against Triple Threat
    2/19/2019

    The widely standardized use of electronic health records and medical imaging, plus the growth in data intensive health applications such as wearable technologies and telemedicine, are catapulting even small healthcare organizations into the petabyte era.

  6. SCWorx Announces New Customer Service Agreement
    2/19/2019

    SCWorx Corp., a company that offers a SAAS based suite of data management and benchmark analytics solutions for Healthcare Providers, has expanded its relationship with an innovative University Medical Center located in northern New England by extending the term of its current agreement, which initially was 2 years, to a total of 5 years, and adding $375,000 in new services.  

  7. UT Medical Center Supports Clinical EHR Usability With TransformativeMed Contract Renewal
    2/19/2019

    TransformativeMed, the first to directly embed specialized clinical workflows into the EHR to enhance usability, efficiency and renew the joy of patient care, recently announced that The University of Tennessee Medical Center has renewed its contract.

  8. Saudi Arabia Ministry Of Health And Masimo Announce Automation Of National Neonatal CCHD Screening Process Using Masimo Technology
    2/18/2019

    Recently at Arab Health 2019, the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health (MOH) and Masimo jointly announced the implementation of an automation solution designed to streamline the process of critical congenital heart disease (CCHD) screening of newborns using Masimo SET, the first automation of its kind worldwide.

  9. Hearst Health Shares Recommendations From Healthcare Interoperability Report At HIMSS19 Conference
    2/14/2019

    Hearst Health today shared the results of a newly issued report published by the Healthcare Leadership Council and Bipartisan Policy Center detailing ways to improve interoperability of health information technology (HIT) and electronic health record (EHR) systems to advance better health outcomes and patient care in the United States. 

  10. Texas Health System Selects CPSI SaaS Offering, nTrust
    2/14/2019

    CPSI a community healthcare solutions company, announced recently that Texas-based Mid Coast Health System opted to shift from a traditional license model of an electronic health record (EHR) for CPSI’s nTrust program, which couples TruBridge services, the Thrive EHR, add-on products, interfaces and ongoing maintenance costs – much like a SaaS model.