Today's Top 20 Health IT Articles
  • Northwell Holdings: Key things to know

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health has a venture capital arm that invests in innovative early-stage companies, develops and commercializes internal innovations, and brings new products and medical devices to market.
  • Brightwork Health IT launches virtual EHR training academy

    Brightwork Health IT is launching Sparc Academy as an electronic learning tool for health organizations to train their employees on EHRs.
  • Northwell Holdings invests $3M in AI tech company

    Northwell Holdings, the investment arm of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health, has invested $3 million in communication research lab and technology company Hume AI. 
  • How Franciscan Alliance used AI to drive utilization management efficiency

    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.
  • Penn State, Clew partner for virtual ICU rooms

    Hershey, Pa.-based Penn State Health is partnering with Clew to implement artificial intelligence-powered virtual intensive care units.
  • Microsoft uses AI to predict missed medical appointments

    Microsoft says it has an artificial intelligence tool that can predict missed healthcare appointments.
  • Grow Therapy closes on $75M funding round

    Digital mental health platform Grow Therapy has raised $75 million in a series B funding round.
  • Intermountain hospital to use AI to detect cancer

    Intermountain Delta (Utah) Community Hospital has rolled out GI Genius, an artificial intelligence tool used to detect cancer, according to Sept. 28 reporting in KUTV.
  • 2 tech leaders on Orlando VA Medical Center's path to innovation

    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.
  • Reynolds Army Health Clinic fully live with MHS Genesis

    Fort Sill, Okla.-based Reynolds Army Health Clinic is now 100 percent live with EHR system MHS Genesis, according to Sept. 27 reporting from the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service.
  • Oracle legal exec to push back retirement amid SEC settlement

    Dorian Daley, executive vice president and general counsel of Oracle, will postpone her retirement to help the company transition her duties to another employee, Bloomberg Law reported Sept. 28. 
  • Epic in the last 30 days

    From adding a life sciences program to its national IT infrastructure to new partnerships with health systems, here are 10 updates on Epic's operations, software products and partnerships reported by Becker's Hospital Review in September.
  • 6 health system marketing exec appointments in 2022

    The following marketing executive moves have been reported by Becker's Hospital Review since Feb. 3:
  • Report: 63% of orgs have unfilled cybersecurity positions

    Sixty-three percent of organizations have an unfilled cybersecurity position, up from 55 percent last year, according to the "State of Cybersecurity 2022" report from ISACA and LookingGlass.
  • Top 8 digital transformation hurdles for CIOs

    Here are the top eight challenges CIOs face in adopting new technologies, according to a global survey of more than 2,200 tech executives by KPMG released Sept. 29.
  • Meet the health IT department: Chief technology officers

    With the digital shift in healthcare well underway, IT leadership roles continue to evolve. That includes chief technology officers, a position that has existed for years but has recently taken on different responsibilities.
  • FDA rolls out new guidelines for how it will oversee health tech

    The FDA released a final guidance Sept. 28 on what kinds of decision support software it intends to regulate. 
  • Magellan Health settles data breach lawsuit for $1.43M

    Magellan Health will pay $1.43 million to settle a lawsuit over a May 2019 phishing scheme that compromised the protected health information of 273,000 patients, Top Class Action reported Sept. 28. 
  • Qnovia raises $17M

    Pharmaceutical company Qnovia has raised $17 million in series A funding.
  • 17 companies win $650M VA health IT contract

    Seventeen companies have been awarded a combined $650 million IT contract from the Veterans Health Administration, according to Sept. 29 reporting in Govconwire.
  • Amazon seeks physician lead

    Amazon Web Services is seeking a San Francisco-based physician lead to work with healthcare organization leaders and strategic industry partners, attend industry events and forums, publish and accelerate business opportunities.
  • Geisinger, Rush, Oracle Cerner and more partner to share social determinants of health data in EHRs

    Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger, Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center, Boston-based Tufts Medicine, Epic and Oracle Cerner are among the participants in a project to screen for and share patient data on social determinants of health in EHRs, the White House said Sept. 28.

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