Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • Walmart's 5 biggest moves in healthcare in 2022

    Walmart has emerged as a massive healthcare disruptor and the retail giant made some major healthcare moves in 2022.
  • Former Cerner exec backs medtech startup

    Paul Black, the former chief operating officer of Cerner, has invested in Kansas City-based medtech startup Community CareLink, the Kansas City Business Journal reported Dec. 28.
  • Amazon no longer a trillion-dollar company

    Amazon's enterprise value dropped below $1 trillion this year and its stock prices plummeted 51 percent, according to CNBC.
  • Get ahead of unpredictable surgical case volumes, despite staff shortages: Lessons from 2 systems

    Ready to finally tackle OR efficiency in 2023? Get lessons from 2 systems during this session.
  • CIOs' top reads of 2022

    The Wall Street Journal compiled a list of the favorite reads from CIOs at large companies in 2022.
  • Michigan partners with digital health company to fight loneliness in older adults

    The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is partnering with digital health company GetSetUp to offer free classes and online health modules to older adults, reported Dec. 28. 
  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia uses AWS to analyze genetics

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is using Amazon Omics, a tool designed to help researchers study omic data powered by Amazon Web Services, to analyze the sequences of DNA, RNA and proteins, CNBC reported Dec. 28.
  • IT job openings at Mayo, Mass General and Intermountain

    Top healthcare systems across the country are constantly looking to hire new IT talent.
  • How Sentara Healthcare adopted a multi-cloud infrastructure

    Thinking about upgrading your IT infrastructure? Learn why Sentara Healthcare's CTO embraced a multi-cloud strategy to advance the system's digital transformation.
  • Peraton snags part of $1.7B NIH IT contract

    Peraton, a software and IT company, has been awarded a part of a $1.7 billion contract to perform IT services for the National Cancer Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology, the cancer research and treatment arm of the National Institutes of Health.
  • Biggest health deals of 2022

    Healthcare disruptors had a busy 2022 as major firms, such as Amazon, entered the healthcare space through mergers and acquisitions. 
  • What GE Healthcare has done before the spinoff

    GE Healthcare is set to disrupt 2023 as the General Electric business unit plans to spin off into an independent company in the first week of January. In preparation for the spinoff, GE Healthcare had a busy 2022.
  • What's in store for cybersecurity in 2023?

    Healthcare cybersecurity is a rapidly changing industry as cybercriminals innovate and health IT teams work to improve their posture. Becker's reached out to five chief information security officers at the top hospitals and health systems across the country to project what healthcare cybersecurity will look like in 2023.
  • CIOs focusing on talent for 2023

    CIOs at top firms are prioritizing retaining and hiring new IT talent in 2023, The Wall Street Journal reported Dec. 27.
  • Scripps pays $3.5M to settle data breach lawsuit

    San Diego-based Scripps Health has agreed to pay $3.57 million to settle a lawsuit from victims of a May 2021 ransomware attack that led to a massive data breach, CBS8 reported Dec. 27.
  • Missouri hospital partners with professor to study AI kidney matching

    Casey Canfield, PhD, a professor at Rolla-based Missouri University of Science and Technology, is partnering with SSM Health St. Louis University Hospital to study how artificial intelligence could help match kidney donors with recipients, St. Louis NPR reported Dec. 27.
  • Mount Sinai researchers lead study on EHR's ability to diagnose heart disease

    Researchers at New York City-based Mount Sinai health system used machine learning to derive a "digital biomarker" from EHR data that can accurately diagnose coronary artery disease, TCTMD reported Dec. 27.
  • CISOs on the top 2022 healthcare cybersecurity trends

    Cybersecurity dominated healthcare news in 2022; high-profile data breaches and cyberattacks showed that healthcare organizations' cybersecurity postures are increasingly tied to their financial bottom line.
  • Washington VA medical center losing staff due to Oracle Cerner rollout

    Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center is losing staff and seeing high staff frustration as the Spokane, Wash.-based hospital continues to use the Oracle Cerner EHR, first rolled out in 2018 and paused in July, The Spokesman Review reported Dec. 26.
  • Tech company valuations decline in Q3, report says

    The valuations of tech companies declined in the third quarter of 2022, indicating that investors remained cautious and limited their risk exposure compared to the first two quarters of 2022, a new report from market research firm CB Insights found.
  • 79% of laid-off tech workers landed new jobs within 3 months, study says

    Mass layoffs dominated the tech news cycle in 2022. However, a survey from ZipRecruiter found that 79 percent of laid-off tech workers were able to find a new job within three months of beginning their search, The Wall Street Journal reported Dec. 27.
  • Louisiana health system alerts patients of possible data breach

    Lake Charles (La.) Health System is alerting its patients that in October, an unauthorized third party was able to access its network, reported Dec. 26.

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