The American Medical Association gives us a peek at how doctors view the digital health age.
CAHQ issues its annual index report on use of electronic transactions in health care, finding we still have a lot of room for progress.
A study finds marginal benefit from an embedded clinical decision support system in regard to medication use.
An article in the New England Journal of Medicine describes the potential for use of machine learning in health care.
SureScripts issues its annual progress report relating to use of its data and transaction network.
Payment facilitator InstaMed releases its ninth annual survey on trends in health care payments.
Two Deloitte surveys provide insight into consumer and provider views of telemedicine.
A brief from AHRQ summarizing research on mobile apps for diabetes management finds little value in improving health.
Surescripts releases its annual report on the state of electronic transaction use in drug prescribing.
The Harvard Business School weighs in on what we need in health care information technology.
Research is once again shown to be stronger than hype, as wearable technology takes another hit, this time in regard to treatment of peripheral artery disease.
Research in the British Journal of Medicine Quality & Safety examines physician reactions to medication alerts from clinical health information systems.
Rock Health issues its year-end report on the state of digital health funding.
A report from the Office of the Inspector General discusses the submission and use of encounter data for the Medicare Advantage program.
Research in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association finds no association between availability and use of a patient portal and hospital readmissions.