Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • WakeMed adopts digital tools in the war against burnout

    Raleigh, N.C.-based WakeMed's adoption of digital tools to streamline surgery schedules has been successful in fighting burnout and retaining staff, WakeMed CMO Chuck Harr, MD, told Becker's at a media roundtable.
  • IT issues affecting health system financials

    This year Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare and New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health reported that IT issues could cause some financial problems for their organizations. 
  • Another health system hit by MOVEit breach

    Patient information may have been compromised at Premier Health as the communications software company the organization uses was hit by the massive MOVEit breach that affected companies around the U.S., Dayton Daily News reported Nov. 28. 
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  • Duke Health transforms workflows with AI 'copilot'

    Durham, N.C.-based Duke Health has begun its first phase of integrating AI with its Microsoft 365 applications, and the health system said it is already seeing enhancements in efficiency. 
  • Kansas health system scores naming rights with soccer team

    Kansas City-based University of Kansas Health System has entered into a partnership with a professional women's soccer team, the Kansas City Current, and will get naming rights for its training center. 
  • Health system execs testify before House on AI use

    On Nov. 29, leaders from Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare, Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine and UC San Diego Health testified before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health about how their organizations are using AI and what Congress should consider as the technology evolves, the American Hospital Association reported Nov. 29. 
  • Hackensack Meridian CEO bullish on AI's ability to change healthcare

    Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridan CEO Robert Garrett said that artificial intelligence is the "most profound technology in the world today," CNBC reported Nov. 30.
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  • Northwell blames increased operating expenses on 3 IT issues

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health pointed to IT investments in its EHR, digital health services, and telehealth as part of the reason its operating expenses grew 9% in the nine-month period ending Sept. 30. 
  • CommonSpirit's 'Maslow's hierarchy of healthcare technology'

    CommonSpirit Health is a sprawling 140-hospital system with more than 1,000 care sites across 21 states. The technology platform and digital needs for a system so huge are complex, and Daniel Barchi, senior executive vice president and CIO, is focused on the best digital innovation without being distracted by "shiny objects."
  • CHIME names CIO of the Year

    The College of Health Information Management Executives has named its 2024 CIO of the Year and other digital health and IT awardees.
  • Illinois health system donates 200 beds to African, Middle Eastern hospitals

    Springfield, Ill.-based Hospital Sisters Health System is donating 200 beds to hospitals in Tanzania, Nigeria and Lebanon, local news outlet WCIA reported Nov. 29.
  • Shuttered North Carolina hospital provides digital record to former patients

    Former patients at Martin General Hospital, a 49-bed facility in Wilamston, N.C., that closed and filed for bankruptcy in August, will now have access to digital copies of their healthcare records, local news outlet WNCT reported Nov. 29.
  • Former staff, patient sue Iowa health system over March breach

    A former University of Iowa Community HomeCare staff member and a former patient filed a proposed class-action lawsuit against UI Community HomeCare and UI Community Medical Services, part of UI Health Care, alleging the organization was negligent during a March data breach, The Gazette reported Nov. 28. 
  • Mercy turns to AI to streamline operations

    Chesterfield, Mo.-based Mercy is collaborating with Microsoft and with a panel of 45,000 patients involved in testing to explore how AI can assist both patients and staff, Fox 25 reported Nov. 29.
  • Healthcare payment models are evolving: 5 key capabilities providers need to ace the shift to value-based care

    While traditional fee-for-service reimbursement models still reign supreme, more healthcare organizations are adopting value-based care (VBC) models.
  • What's in store for healthcare in 2024?

    According to hospitals and health system C-suite leaders, 2024 will be the year of artificial intelligence integration, patient engagement 2.0 and regulation for the healthcare industry. 
  • Eli Lilly creates space for San Diego healthcare startups

    Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly is opening an accelerator and co-working space for biotech companies in San Diego.
  • Tampa General to support cancer innovation with IT resources, venture capital

    Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital is offering IT resources and venture capital funding for innovative solutions aiming to transform cancer care.
  • Siemens to lay off 300 employees

    Siemens Healthineers is laying off hundreds of employees in New Jersey, according to a state filing.
  • Mass General Brigham adopts radiology AI 'copilot' from Microsoft

    Somerville, Mass.-based Mass General Brigham is one of the first health systems to use a new generative artificial intelligence-powered radiology "copilot" from Microsoft subsidiary Nuance.

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