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By Tom Sullivan 08:54 am March 22, 2017
The IT consultancy also said IoT will skyrocket to $1.3 trillion and predicted that wearables are poised to pick up steam again.
By Tom Sullivan 09:01 am March 16, 2017
The Health and Human Services head contended Americans want the administration to grant more control over Medicaid to states and drive down costs so people can afford the coverage they want.
By Tom Sullivan 09:22 am March 13, 2017
Prominent healthcare executives are predicting a drastic shift from on-premise IT infrastructure into the cloud. That includes electronic health records, clinical decision support and analytics.
By Tom Sullivan 09:03 am March 09, 2017
Judy Faulkner, Zane Burke and Paul Black said during HIMSS17 interviews that they're offering APIs to foster innovation and tap into the industry's brightest minds to enable interoperability, patient identification, population health and more.
HIMSS17 roundup: Emerging technologies, reality check on ACA repeal, Dan Rather's reasons for optimism
By Tom Sullivan 09:17 am March 08, 2017
This year's conference hit on many healthcare trends, including machine learning, analytics and population health. And then there were Dan Rather, Ginni Rometty, John Boehner and Michael Leavitt. Here are the high points, all in one place.
By Tom Sullivan 09:10 am March 06, 2017
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital CEO Stephen Klasko is striking some surprising partnerships to advance a bold vision that disrupts care delivery and medical school, as well as the education of those who will be critical a decade from now.
By Tom Sullivan 02:35 pm February 28, 2017
HIMSS17 has come and gone. Take our survey to separate the buzz from the real world work already underway at hospitals across the U.S.
By Tom Sullivan 02:19 pm February 22, 2017
The analytics and machine learning algorithms help a quadriplegic patient regain movement.
By Tom Sullivan 11:03 am February 21, 2017
Congress and President Trump will pass a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act but it will not institute major changes immediately, the former HHS Secretary said.