Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • Tower Health conducts layoffs

    On Dec. 5, Tower Health said it laid off 30 employees in an effort to streamline operations, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. 
  • Microsoft's biggest healthcare moves in 2023

    Microsoft is continuing its push into the healthcare industry, with one of its most notable partnerships of 2023 being with EHR provider Epic Systems. 
  • A rocky year for healthcare's tech workers

    As hospital and health systems continue to grapple with tighter margins, IT and tech workers have been paying the price. 
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  • California hospital CEO joins healthcare AI investment firm

    The CEO of 335-bed Los Angeles-based Olive View-UCLA Medical Center is joining MedBright AI, a healthcare technology capital allocator, according to a Dec. 5 MedBright news release. 
  • 6 innovative hospitals to know

    Hospitals work to meet the needs of their communities by launching innovative care initiatives. These creative programs bridge gaps in care, enhance health equity, and integrate new technologies into daily practice. 
  • Mayo Clinic Platform inks new partnership

    Mayo Clinic Platform, Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic's ecosystem for innovators, is teaming up with a new company to minimize the cost, time and risk associated with medtech regulatory compliance. 
  • U-M Health's chief digital officer sees opportunity in tech 'co-pilots'

    Lansing-based University of Michigan Health's regional chief digital information officer, Josh Wilda, is focusing on cultivating a strong digital environment and maximizing the organization's current technologies. 
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  • Illinois' 3rd-largest health system rebrands

    Evanston, Ill.-based NorthShore – Edward-Elmhurst Health has a new name.
  • Emory joins forces with patient dataset software company

    In an effort to strengthen clinical insights across areas of research, diagnosis and treatment, Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare has partnered with Nference, a software company that provides access to de-identified patient data.
  • Veteran sues VA, Oracle Health over late cancer diagnosis

    A U.S. Army veteran filed a lawsuit seeking an undisclosed amount of damages from Oracle Health and the federal governments, alleging that the Department of Veterans Affairs' troubled rollout of the Oracle Health EHR system led to a delay in his cancer diagnosis, The Spokesman-Review reported Dec. 4.
  • Cleveland Clinic joins Meta, IBM's AI Alliance

    Cleveland Clinic announced that it is joining the AI Alliance, a group launched by IBM and Meta  and dedicated to artificial intelligence innovation.
  • 20% of seriously ill patients incorrectly listed as alive in EHRs

    Approximately 20% of individuals listed as alive with a severe illness in their medical records were, in reality, deceased, according to findings published Dec. 4 in JAMA Internal Medicine. 
  • Epic dives into patient experience

    Epic Systems is integrating patients' experience data into its EHR. 
  • Google's plan for AI in healthcare

    Google has a plan for incorporating artificial intelligence into its healthcare offerings and now its lobbyists are working to influence future regulations, according to Politico.
  • Why Epic doesn't outsource its call center

    When you call Epic — no matter whether it's day or night — an Epic employee will answer the phone, according to company founder and CEO Judy Faulkner.
  • CVS Health reboots strategy with new care delivery brand

    CVS Health launched a rebrand of its healthcare delivery services and made other strategic moves to improve company performance.
  • New Jersey hospitals no longer in divert status after Ardent attack

    Mountainside Medical Center in Montclair, N.J., and Pascack Valley Medical Center in Westwood, N.J., are no longer refusing ambulances after a cyberattack on Ardent Health Services caused the hospitals to divert them, reported Dec. 4. 
  • CVS CIO exits

    CVS Health CIO and Executive Vice President Roshan Navagamuwa has left the company to pursue a new role, a spokesperson confirmed to Becker's. 
  • Inside the tech revolution at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's new hospital

    Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is gearing up for a leap into the future of pediatric healthcare with the opening of the Arthur M. Blank Hospital on Sept. 29, 2024. 
  • Tampa General pilots cancer genetic testing

    Tampa General Hospital is partnering with digital health company My Gene Counsel to employ digital tools for genetic counseling and testing.

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