Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • Former Cleveland Clinic physician's digital health startup lands $3M

    A startup founded by a former Cleveland Clinic physician to manage compliance and physician relationships for advanced practitioners has landed $3 million in venture capital funding.
  • Perpetuate to close new fund by end of 2023

    Perpetuate Capital, a private capital fund specializing in employee trusts, announced that it will close its newest fund by the end of 2023. 
  • AI in medicine is both 'overhyped' and 'underhyped,' says Stanford's dean

    Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of Palo Alto, Calif.-based Stanford University School of Medicine, says artificial intelligence's long-term effects on medicine are "underhyped," Politico reported Aug. 23. 
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  • Top 7 disruptors by patient familiarity

    As healthcare disruptors continue to enter the fray, Americans still aren't all that familiar with some of them.
  • What Epic looks for in a network engineer

    EHR giant Epic is searching for a network engineer to join its Madison, Wis.-based campus.
  • Digital nursing staffing platform raises $80M

    Nursa, a digital nurse staffing platform designed to combat hospital staffing shortages, raised $80 million in series B financing. 
  • Judy Faulkner touts new plans for Epic

    Epic Systems founder and CEO Judy Faulkner told audiences at the company's annual Users Group Meeting that the healthcare industry is adrift at sea because of challenges like provider burnout, staffing shortages, and provider and customer satisfaction, The Cap Times reported Aug. 23. 
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    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.
  • Epic looks to accelerate generative AI offerings

    Epic is tapping into generative AI to roll out more tools to help hospitals and health systems save time on documentation, as well as coding and billing processes. 
  • Tampa General faces 3 data breach lawsuits

    Tampa (Fla.) General is facing three lawsuits for a May 31 data breach that affected 1.2 million patients, Florida Record reported Aug. 22. 
  • Willow taps new biopharma partner

    Biotech company Willow Biosciences is partnering with an unnamed Nasdaq biopharma company to pursue sustainable manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients.
  • How much health systems are paying to settle Pixel lawsuits

    Hospitals and health systems around the country are being sued for their use of the Meta Pixel, which plaintiffs say shared their protected health information with the tech giant, allowing it to tailor ads based on their medical conditions.
  • U of Utah Health data center hit with outage

    A server outage has caused Salt Lake City-based University of Utah Health's data center to experience an outage, reported Aug. 22.  
  • How Epic does clinical informatics

    Epic's Cosmos clinical informatics database is allowing health systems and researchers to find insights on how to treat blood pressure and rare diseases and even identify victims of human trafficking, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Aug. 23.
  • Breaking down Optum's reported layoffs

    UnitedHealth Group's Optum and its subsidiaries reportedly have been laying off employees, including registered nursing positions at nearly 150 of its urgent care facilities.
  • Digital health interest shrinks while AI is still on the rise

    While digital health funding levels in the second quarter of 2023 hit lows not seen since 2017, investors have ensured artificial intelligence remains on the rise in the healthcare space.
  • Microsoft expands reach among hospitals

    As Microsoft further integrates its artificial intelligence tools within Epic, it is also broadening its reach with large health systems across the country.
  • Amazon tiers healthcare prices

    Amazon's most recent healthcare initiative is focused on price transparency and tiers pricing for healthcare services based on convenience and quality, according to Forbes.
  • Amazon's pay for 14 healthcare jobs

    As Amazon continues its push into healthcare, here are 14 healthcare jobs the tech giant is hiring for this month.
  • 40 million patients affected by healthcare data breaches in first half of 2023

    A report from cybersecurity vendor Critical Insight found that 40 million patients' medical information has been involved in data breaches so far this year; at this rate, 2023 will break the record for most individuals affected in breaches.
  • 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.

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