Healthcare data is a huge target for hackers. If a practice is reactionary, all of their hard work could be at risk.
At HIMSS18, less regulation and more market-driven innovation was the name of the game for the ONC's top officials.
Technology is blurring healthcare's privacy lines. There's no better example of this than a tech-savvy adolescent reaching out to a physician for medical help.
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The Healthcare Administrative Technology Association talks to us at HIMSS18 about familiar pain points for practices.
Despite the great amount of attention paid to the American opioid epidemic, abuse remains at an all-time high. It's time for a new perspective.
Clinical registries can assist medical practices with their quality initiatives, but also provide a high-tech community, says one expert.
Jared Kushner and Seema Verma spoke at HIMSS18 about the administration's vision for interoperability and better patient data access.
Looking for a way to lessen administrative burden at your practice? Start with putting the patients first.
Just because a practice doesn't have as much PHI as a hospital doesn't mean it's safe from hackers, as this HIMSS18 speaker reveals.
Looking at your competitors' website, online reputation, and social media presence can help you improve your own marketing efforts.
HIMSS18 has arrived. The Physicians Practice editorial staff has gone through and picked out the top 10 things you should do during your limited time in Las Vegas.
Tech can do great things in health care, but it can also lead to a failure in communication.
Implementing smartphones into clinical practice can improve physician response times, increases efficiency and transforms care team communication.