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How Texas Tech health built an app for alternative payment models

Working in healthcare and technology for over a decade and a half, one thing I’ve noticed is that innovation is slowed and often...

National Health IT Week: HIMSS VP of Government Relations looks back on how it...

As vice president of government relations at HIMSS, I actively participate in crucial conversations regarding U.S. health IT policy and regulations on a...

Are EMRs alleviating preventable medical errors yet?

Health systems have made significant investments in digitizing their operations primarily through the deployment of the electronic medical record (EMR). The EMR platform,...

A medicine, or a poison, but for the dose

We have all been aware for many years that hospitals in England as in many countries around the world report a growing number...

A retrospective look at the work of HIMSS Communities in Europe in 2018

This is the time of the year when we take a moment to look back at the work of our HIMSS communities in Europe during...

CMS conflict-of-interest probe could signal accreditation reform

A CMS push to investigate whether Medicare accreditors face conflicts of interest when they sell consultancy services has some industry observers hoping reform...

Bold Moves: Providence St. Joseph’s Hochman on successful mergers

In late 2017, Providence St. Joseph Health and Ascension considered merging. The two faith-based powerhouses eventually abandoned...

AHA chair Brian Gragnolati wants to tackle affordability

Affordability is the latest buzzword in healthcare. Nearly every sector of the industry is assessing its role...

Week Ahead: J.P. Morgan investor conference kicks off 2019

Jan. 7-10: Forget the ball dropping in Times Square, this is the real start to healthcare's new...

Chicago beer spa lets you bathe in beer

If your interest in beer extends beyond tippling the odd pint of IPA at your local brewpub—way...