Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • 5 health systems facing lawsuits for data breaches

    Several health systems have faced lawsuits regarding data breach incidents. 
  • 6 trends changing the marketing industry, Duke survey says

    From chief marketing officers using their brands to communicate a stance on politically charged issues to marketing analytics being used to make half of all marketing decisions, here are six trends changing the marketing industry, according to a Sept. 13 survey conducted by Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.
  • Microbot Medical adds Dr. Ripal Gandhi to scientific advisory board

    Micro-robotic medical devices company MicroBot Medical is adding Ripal Gandhi, MD, to the company's scientific advisory board.
  • How Franciscan Alliance used AI to drive utilization management efficiency

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    Still relying on old technology for utilization management? Here's how a 13-hospital Midwest health system used AI to boost efficiency and simplify workflows.
  • 9 recent health IT partnerships

    Health systems and companies are constantly looking to innovate and leverage the next big tech to their advantage. 
  • Sharecare snags 3-year NCQA accreditation

    Digital health company Sharecare has received a three-year health and wellness promotion accreditation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
  • More than 1M patient records breached in the last 30 days

    From snooping employees to ransomware gangs breaching health systems' IT and communication systems, here are four cybersecurity incidents that Becker's has reported on since Aug. 29. 
  • Naveris raises $33M to detect cancer caused by human papillomavirus

    Life sciences company Naveris has raised $33.4 million in an expansion of its series A financing round.
  • 2 tech leaders on Orlando VA Medical Center's path to innovation

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    Don't force patients to navigate "hospital labyrinths" alone. See how Orlando VA Medical Center aims to reduce late appointments via a major wayfinding project here.
  • Top 20 emerging health IT solutions, according to KLAS Research

    Health IT executives have to sort through a variety of technologies and software solutions to try to improve the operations of their hospitals and health systems.
  • What 4 health systems are paying for EHR installs

    Here is how much four health systems are expected to pay for the cost of purchasing and installing a new electronic health record system:
  • Addressing Today’s Healthcare Challenges with the Technologies of the Future

    Each day, healthcare workers are challenged with selecting the proper safety solutions to achieve their goals of providing unwavering patient care. What happens when a worker’s glove rips or tears during work in a healthcare facility? How long does it take for a surgeon to double-don gloves in an O.R.? What’s the first thing an ER staff does when responding to a newly arriving patient? By spending time side-by-side with healthcare workers on the job across a range of different industries, Ansell has learned the answers to many questions like these. Through our Worker Experience Innovation (WEI) program, we develop a deeper understanding of workers’ day-to-day experiences and challenges. We then transform these insights into new WEI technologies and product ideas. Through the innovations developed, healthcare workers can vastly improve their performance, provide the best care for patients, and be confident that they are protected.
  • Nexalin goes public with $9.6M offering

    Mental health neurostimulation company Nexalin is going public with a $9.6 million initial public offering.
  • Avera rolls out marketing campaign to fight increase in South Dakota suicides

    Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Avera Health is launching an "Ask the Question" campaign to fight an increase in South Dakota suicides.
  • Perspectus, U of Charleston partner on VR for medical students

    Virtual reality company Perspectus is partnering with the University of Charleston (W.Va.) to launch a virtual reality lab where students can study human anatomy.
  • Ratio Therapeutics names new data officer

    Pharmaceutical company Ratio Therapeutics appointed Jacob Hesterman, PhD, as its new chief data officer.
  • 14 recent hospital and health system innovation moves

    Hospitals and health systems have been making large investments in tech and spinoff companies and launching other innovation initiatives in 2022.
  • Eleos Health, The Echo Group partner to streamline EHR tasks

    Behavioral health company Eleos Health and visual EHR company The Echo Group are partnering to integrate Eleos Health's augmented intelligence into Echo's clinical billing and EHR systems.
  • Will the cloud replace data centers? Health system IT execs weigh in

    Even if traditional data-center tasks are all moved to the cloud, there will still be a need for on-site infrastructure that will ultimately require what looks like a traditional data center, according to health system CIOs. 
  • Genomics company reaches $12.5M settlement for 2020 data breach

    Genetic testing company Ambry Genetics has agreed to pay $12.25 million to settle claims that it failed to protect patient information in a data security incident that occured in January 2020, SC Media reported Sept. 14. 
  • 5 healthcare moves from General Catalyst

    From expanding its partnerships with more health systems, to investing in a plethora of healthcare startups, here are five healthcare moves from venture capital firm General Catalyst:  
  • Kentucky health system uses workforce tech for hiring

    Louisville, Ky.-based Norton Healthcare is using a workforce technology to help with hiring and save on labor costs.

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