Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • UC Davis Health launches new in-hospital monitoring program

    Sacramento, Calif.-based UC Davis Health has partnered with BioIntelliSense, a company specializing in continuous health monitoring and clinical intelligence, to introduce a new initiative for in-hospital monitoring. 
  • NYU Langone, Philips embark on $115M monitoring ecosystem

    NYU Langone Health, based in New York City, entered into an eight-year partnership worth $115 million with Royal Philips that is aimed at advancing patient care through innovation. 
  • VA CIO still has concerns about Oracle Health rollout

    The Department of Veterans Affairs CIO Kurt DelBene said in a hearing that the agency still thinks "there's a way to go" with the Oracle installation process, FedScoop reported Nov. 15.
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  • How many hospital CIOs still own innovation, data analytics, cybersecurity

    The role of health system CIO is becoming increasingly complex and IT chiefs are having to learn to share duties with new tech-focused C-suite leaders, according to a new report from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and KLAS Research.
  • During hospital cyberattack, a note came out of every printer

    A note started coming out of every printer during a cyberattack at Oceanside, Calif.-based Tri-City Medical Center, as employees raced to shut them off, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported Nov. 15.
  • Clinical AI tools require the right 'diet'

    The widely embraced web application ChatGPT operates using two language models, and its widespread adoption prompts consideration not of whether it will impact our lives but rather how, Nigam Shah, MD, PhD, chief data scientist at Stanford Health Care, told JAMA Nov. 15. 
  • How healthcare is tackling clinician burnout

    In an online survey conducted by HealthDay-Harris Poll, almost 63% of physicians and nurses across the nation reported experiencing a moderate or significant level of burnout in their workplace. To combat this, healthcare organizations have been making systemic changes to reduce administrative burdens on their providers with the help of technology.
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  • Ohio hospital reports 3rd party data breach

    Salem (Ohio) Regional Medical Center is the latest hospital to confirm being affected by a data breach that occurred at Perry Johnson & Associates, a medical transcription service, local news outlet, WFMJ reported Nov. 15.
  • General Catalyst's plan to fix a 'very frustrating' healthcare industry

    General Catalyst's Head of the Health Assurance Ecosystem Daryl Tol said that despite the "very frustrating" healthcare industry, the investment firm is still going to "put a stake in the ground with healthcare systems," Yahoo Finance reported Nov. 14.
  • Wisconsin hospital selects Epic

    Grantsburg, Wis.-based Burnett Medical Center converted its EHR system to Epic on Nov. 12.
  • FTC's Lina Khan used ChatGPT to fight medical bill

    Lina Khan, chair of the Federal Trade Commission, has compared the power of generative AI to the onset of the Web 2.0 era in the mid-2000s and called for its regulation. In the meantime, she has put the technology to use in contesting a medical bill.
  • Healthcare executives' top priorities for patient engagement

    In the coming two years, key investment areas in patient engagement will center around facilitating easier patient access through features like self-scheduling and self-registration, addressing preferences expressed by patients, a Nov. 15 survey from KLAS found. 
  • Former Optum exec joins healthcare VC firm

    Trip Hofer, the former CEO of Optum Behavioral Health Solutions, joined healthcare venture capital firm .406 Ventures as a venture partner.
  • Florida health system launches Epic-based virtual care

    Fort Myers, Fla.-based Lee Health is installing KeyCare, an Epic-based virtual care platform, across its system.
  • Top 12 patient engagement vendors

    Health systems are increasingly turning to technology to improve the patient experience through platforms like digital front doors and virtual care.
  • Remote patient monitoring improves costs, outcomes for hypertension patients: Study

    Remote patient monitoring improved outcomes and decreased costs in more than 4,000 hypertension patients, new data shows.
  • Froedtert Health joins General Catalyst, Google Ventures to launch AI startup

    Layer Health, an artificial intelligence startup that aims to organize healthcare data, launched Nov. 14 thanks to $4 million in funding from GV (Google Ventures), General Catalyst, and Inception Health, the innovation arm of Milwaukee-based Froedtert Health.
  • U of Miami Health System deploys AI enterprise-wide

    University of Miami Health System will implement AI from Aidoc to detect potential issues at the initial stages of care, streamline workflows and facilitate ongoing support throughout the post-diagnosis phase.
  • Kansas City looks to solidify digital health presence

    The University of Missouri-Kansas City has been awarded a total of $4 million to boost the area's digital health presence.
  • Why CIOs must speak like CFOs

    As the winds of financial challenges buffet healthcare organizations, many are turning to technology for enhanced automation and efficiency. With this technological convergence, CIOs are being urged to go beyond their traditional roles and emulate the language of their financial counterparts. 

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