In this special report, three IT experts describe technologies and strategies to boost quality improvement efforts and put patient safety at the center of the equation.
“There is a lot of discussion within the government to allow telehealth services in South Korea. It is one of the ‘new normal’ after COVID-19,” said Dr Hwang Hee, CIO,…
Hospitals are having a hard time reporting data to public health agencies, according to a new JAMIA study, which finds patchwork data sharing, "often occurring via fax or phone."
In its new report, the research firm rates clinical optimization services for their ability to alleviate clinician burnout by streamlining workflows, boosting application performance and improving training.
Rapid opioid withdrawal can present severe symptoms in patients, but effective drawing down of dosage often presents a challenge for clinicians.
Near the hottest of COVID-19 hotspots, the health system helped its respiratory therapists by combining tele-ICU, EHR and remote patient monitoring technologies.
Despite budgetary strains from the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report predicts regulatory requirements and medical-service spending growth will benefit electronic health record vendors in the years to come.
By using real-world patient information, the agency hopes to research population health trends and medication efficacy.
As telehealth surges, and patients get used to the new normal of remote consults, its new machine learning technology can give them tailored after-visit summaries
In this episode of The Alessi Agenda, Woodlands Health Campus CEO Dr. Jason Cheah discusses how global examples of EMRs, robotics and telehealth helped shape the digital transformation and patient…