Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • 'Cloud sprawl is real': Where to cut tech spending

    Despite financial challenges in the last year, health systems are still prioritizing spending on new technology to operate more efficiently, reduce burnout, and deliver better patient care. But that doesn't mean the pressure is off IT leaders to cut spending.
  • Meditech, Google partner to bring generative AI to EHRs

    Google is collaborating with Meditech to bring generative artificial intelligence to EHRs, including at Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare.
  • Top 11 EHRs for small hospitals, per Black Book Research

    The Thrive EHR from Evident was named the top EHR for small hospitals by Black Book Research.
  • Becker's Health IT + Digital Health + Revenue Cycle Live Conference

    From cybersecurity to AI, consumerism & health equity — 240+ speakers at Becker's Health IT + Digital Health + RCM meeting will show how (and when) tech is the silver bullet. Join us this fall.
  • Epic vs. Cerner on AI

    Healthcare IT leaders have told Becker's that artificial intelligence will only work if it is completely integrated within the EHR; Cerner and Epic have looked to deepen their AI reach. 
  • Cedar taps Google Cloud AI to bring more clarity to healthcare bills

    Financial engagement platform Cedar is using Google Cloud's artificial intelligence tools to assist patients with their healthcare bills.
  • Why UPMC selected Epic for its EHR

    Leaders from Pittsburgh-based UPMC told Becker's it plans to transition to Epic because the EHR can position the health system for advances in digital health and artificial intelligence.
  • Will Walgreens look to hospitals for new CEO?

    In relaying the departure of CEO Rosalind Brewer on Sept. 1, Walgreens said it was looking for a replacement with "deep healthcare experience."
  • Reimagine your Hybrid Work Strategy in Life Sciences

    Biotech and pharma companies are being held back by old communication tech. Join experts to learn how a better collaboration platform can cut costs, improve talent retention + more.
  • Hospitals, health systems dealing with cybersecurity incidents

    Here are four hospitals and health systems dealing with cyberattacks Becker's has reported on since Aug. 5:
  • Why health systems aren't creating gen AI strategies

    Hospital and health system CIOs told Becker's that healthcare organizations are hesitant to create a generative AI strategy due to technical, financial, regulatory and ethical considerations.
  • 'The hype is real' with AI documentation, according to UPMC

    Pittsburgh-based UPMC physicians are using AI technology from Abridge during patient appointments and have stated that the platform is already about 95 percent accurate, ABC27 News reported Sept. 5. 
  • UW Health begins to brand former SwedishAmerican facilities

    Madison, Wis.-based UW Health has renamed SwedishAmerican Medical Center-Belvidere (Ill.) to UW Health Belvidere Hospital as it continues to change the name of former SwedishAmerican clinics to its own brand, WTVO reported Sept. 6. 
  • 66 hospitals, health systems warned about pixel tracking

    HHS' Office for Civil Rights and the Federal Trade Commission have released the letters that were sent to 66 hospitals and health systems July 20 about the risks associated with pixel tracking technologies. 
  • Biotech company lays off 15% of staff

    Absci, a company using generative artificial intelligence in the drug discovery process, laid off 30 employees or about 15 percent of its staff, GeekWire reported Sept. 6.
  • 3 CIOs who worked for Meditech

    Some former Canton, Mass.-based Meditech employees have migrated from the EHR vendor to CIO roles in nearby health systems.
  • Algorithm developed at Yale predicts hospital lengths of stay

    Researchers from New Haven, Conn.-based Yale University have developed an algorithm that can predict patients' disease severity and hospital lengths of stay.
  • Private equity group to acquire EHR vendor for $1.6B

    Private equity group Thoma Bravo has entered into an agreement to acquire EHR vendor NextGen Healthcare for about $1.61 billion in cash, MarketWatch reported Sept. 6.
  • How often Johns Hopkins bills for MyChart messages

    Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine has billed patients for fewer than 1 percent of MyChart messages since a new policy allowing charges for the patient portal interactions, the Baltimore Banner reported Sept. 6.
  • Mass General Brigham creates AI to identify missed care opportunities

    GE HealthCare and Boston-based Mass General Brigham developed an artificial intelligence algorithm to reduce administrative burden.
  • How much 3 hospitals are paying for Cerner

    Oracle Cerner has been gaining smaller hospital clients, with some smaller hospitals in Alaska and California paying under $10 million to install the EHR software.
  • Orlando Health launches virtual sitting at 4 hospitals

    Orlando (Fla.) Health has rolled out virtual sitting at four hospitals, joining a growing list of health systems that are turning to the telehealth platform to prevent falls and other injuries.

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