Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • How Moffitt Cancer Center is using smart rooms

    Tampa, Fla.-based Moffitt Cancer Center McKinley Hospital has outfitted all of its patient rooms with smart televisions and digital whiteboards through a partnership with pCare.
  • Northwell-backed AI company names former Amazon exec as CEO

    Ascertain, a healthcare artificial intelligence company creation platform backed by the venture capital arm of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health, named Mark Michalski, MD, the previous head of strategic development for healthcare and life sciences, as CEO.
  • How Banner Health is adapting patient care using analytics

    Banner Health partnered with Nference, a biotechnology software company, for better access to analytics focused on driving scientific discoveries to improve treatment, diagnosis and care.
  • 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.
  • Cybersecurity in Distributed Care: The C-Suite’s Guide to Balancing Increased Patient Access & Heightened Risk

    cybersecurity has become a top-of-mind issue for the healthcare C-suite. Distributed care delivery models — which bring care to patients virtually or physically, outside of traditional care facilities — are complicating the cyber landscape. While this care model can greatly improve patients’ access to care, it also creates a larger attack surface for cybercriminals to target and increases an organization’s cybersecurity risks.
  • HCA donates $500K to American Red Cross

    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare donated $500,000 to the American Red Cross' Annual Disaster Giving Program.
  • Duke spinout raises $5M

    Clinetic, a clinical research software company spun out of Durham, N.C.-based Duke University, raised $5 million in a series A financing round, Triangle Business Journal reported Aug. 21.
  • CommonSpirit to get NFL team naming rights

    Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health will get the naming rights to be the official healthcare partner of the NFL's Denver Broncos, the Colorado Sun reported.
  • 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.
  • Systems taken offline at Mississippi health system due to cyberattack

    Ocean Springs, Miss.-based Singing River Health System has taken some of its internal systems offline as it deals with a cyberattack. 
  • Healthcare data breach lawsuits on the rise

    The monthly average of class-action lawsuits filed over health data breaches has nearly doubled since 2022, Bloomberg Law reported Aug. 22. 
  • Veradigm receives 3rd Nasdaq notice for missing financial reports

    Veradigm, an EHR vendor formerly known as Allscripts, received its third notice of noncompliance from Nasdaq after failing to file three financial reports with the SEC on time.
  • J&J to retain 9.5% stake in consumer health spinoff

    Johnson & Johnson completed a share exchange offer to keep a stake of 9.5 percent of its newly separated consumer health unit, Kenvue, according to an Aug. 21 report from The Philadelphia Business Journal.
  • Florida hospital reaches 200 hospital-at-home patients

    Orlando (Fla.) Health's Hospital Care at Home program has reached 200 patient admissions in a matter of months.
  • Northwell aims to 'raise communities' in new campaign

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health launched a new marketing campaign, dubbed Raising Health, that aims to showcase the health system's advancements in clinical innovation, Medical Marketing and Media reported Aug. 21. 
  • Waystar's valuation may hit $8B with possible IPO

    Waystar, a healthcare-focused financial management software vendor, may be headed for an initial public offering, according to an Aug. 21 report from Reuters.
  • How 6 systems are using virtual nursing

    Health systems nationwide are taking advantage of virtual nursing tools to reduce clinicians' administrative workload.
  • AI-powered voice assistant syncs with Cerner

    Suki, an artificial intelligence voice assistant for healthcare, is syncing with Cerner to allow users to take advantage of Suki's clinical documentation tools.
  • Crozer Health to bring systems back online after ransomware attack

    Springfield, Pa.-based Crozer Health said its computer systems that handle patient records, which were forced offline due to an Aug. 3 ransomware attack, should be back online and fully operational starting Aug. 22, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. 
  • ChatGPT on par with an 'intern or resident,' Mass General Brigham finds

    ChatGPT is 72 percent accurate at making clinical decisions, performing better at final diagnoses and worse at determining possible diagnoses, according to an Aug. 22 study by Mass General Brigham researchers.
  • Epic, Microsoft add new AI capabilities to EHR software

    Epic Systems and Microsoft have expanded their partnership once again and will integrate conversational, ambient and generative AI technologies into Epic's EHR ecosystem. 
  • Oracle joins CancerX initiative

    Oracle has joined CancerX, a digital health project that is part of the Biden administration's "cancer moonshot" initiative aimed at reducing deaths due to cancer. 

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