The top providers are already starting to pull away from the pack by branding and controlling digital goods, leveraging telecommunications and harnessing networks to make their services interoperable, all of which extend their reach.
Federal health IT privacy and security advisors are weighing options for new policies, or just good models, for patients to grant caregivers and family members the power of personal health information management.
North Carolina's new Medicaid information system has not been working as designed and has shorted providers nearly half a billion dollars, a group of doctors argue in the latest chapter of the NCTracks saga.
To save the new insurance marketplaces after a less-than-ideal first four months, states and the federal government need to reform IT procurement and set their sights on four specific goals, argues the founding leader of Massachusetts' Health Connector.
The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, chaired by Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), Tuesday kicked off the “Health Information Technologies” hearing series to discuss the critical role of technology in the health care industry and how federal regulations and taxes could impact patients, hinder innovation, and increase costs for consumers.