Health IT

The files of approximately 75,000 individuals were accessed during suspicious activity in the Affordable Care Act enrollment system, according to CMS. The agency stated it took immediate steps to secure the system.

Anthem, Inc. will pay a record $16 million to HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) after a data breach exposed the electronic protected health information of nearly 79 million people.

Mayo Clinic has completed its implementation of the Epic electronic health record (EHR) system at all of its locations.

Johns Hopkins University’s Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare has developed a new algorithm that aims to reduce the number of costly no-show appointments.

The emergence of artificial intelligence in healthcare has led to many significant benefits for patients and patient care. However, AI—and other related technologies—aren’t likely to replace the intimate relationship between physician and patient, writes Russ Alan Prince, a wealth management consultant and author, for Forbes.

Thriving in the current healthcare environment is a struggle for organizations of all types and sizes, but there are a few key strategies the top performers agree are best for meeting the significant headwinds of the industry, according to a new report from the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).

Digital wearables brand Fitbit has launched a new platform to connect healthcare providers with wearers, with healthcare services company Humana leading the charge.

Healthcare providers are often battling duplicate medical record issues that can compromise patient safety, care, data accuracy and reimbursement.

Apple has disrupted its share of technology-based markets before—from the home computer to the phone. The latest product from the global behemoth has set its sights on cardiology. The new Apple Watch Series 4 comes with an FDA-approved electrocardiogram (ECG) feature.

Rural healthcare providers and facilities face numerous geographic obstacles to providing adequate care. Researchers showed how telehealth videoconferencing can connect remotely located VA medical centers with infectious disease experts to improve antibiotic stewardship.

Nearly 90 percent of American consumers used digital health tools such as telemedicine, wearables and online health information in 2017, according to a recent survey.

Genevieve Morris, chief health information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)’ Office of EHR Modernization, announced her resignation Aug. 24.