55 things to know about Epic, Cerner, Meditech, Allscripts and Athenahealth
The major EHR providers all made big moves over the past few years as they continue to compete for market share, invest in new technology development and enter into strategic partnerships with health systems as well as big tech companies.
Legacy data archiving: Getting it right the first time
We live in a world of instant gratification — immediate notifications, lightning-speed sharing, next-day delivery. It’s no wonder we're easily frustrated when something doesn't work. Online, we can delete, unsubscribe and return. Not so in …
MedStar 1st health system to join Cerner's clinical research network
Columbia, Md.-based MedStar Health announced on Feb. 3 that it is both a founding member and the first health system to join the Cerner Learning Health Network, which aims to make de-identified clinical data more accessible for medical stud…
How Connecticut is developing a multimillion-dollar statewide HIE
Connecticut government officials are working to launch the state's new health information exchange before its $48 million in federal funding for the project runs out, according to a Jan. 30 CT News Junkie report.
Cerner’s second effort at Defense Department rollout goes smoother
Cerner Corp. launched its second effort to roll out a new electronic health record system as part of the company’s $4.3 billion contract with the U.S. Department of Defense, and this deployment appears to have gone better than the first.
VA hospital deaths prompt House bill mandating safety reports
After a string of suspicious deaths at a Veterans Affairs hospital, lawmakers have introduced a bill in the U.S. House requiring the VA to provide detailed reports on patient safety and care quality at its hospitals.