In the wake of changes at the executive level, healthcare leaders can focus on priorities such as workforce planning and employee development to support the leadership transition.
The rapid adoption of electronic health records (EHR) systems has left healthcare providers and their patients vulnerable to hackers and other cyber attackers.
Healthcare data security is now an "all hands on deck" problem. Health information is valuable and vulnerable, and it's overwhelming for individual businesses to protect it on their own.
The extended deadline for the ICD-10 implementation offers great opportunities for IT leaders and health informatics specialists.
EHRs aren't the wave of the future, they are the present - and they are transforming healthcare as we know it in these five ways. Learn about how EHRs are benefiting healthcare systems, physician's practices and patients.
Patients' options for comparing medical cost data are expanding, allowing healthcare consumers to make informed choices.
From new insurance regulations prompted by the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) to new avenues for delivering basic medical services, the health care industry is poised to undergo transformative changes in the coming years.