Many companies are looking for IT solutions that will help them achieve compliance in the areas of auditing, policies, procedures, authentication and authorization.

FeatureMedical science is getting more and more like math. There's big data to parse, genes to sequence, neural networks to model.
NewsHealthcare executives overwhelmingly see health IT as having a positive impact on their organizations, with 88 percent indicating that the technology is helping them provide better quality of care.
NewsMS Health and Quintiles, two long-standing companies offering a variety of technology and information services to healthcare provider, payer and life sciences organizations, will combine.
FeatureElectronic health records are doing a poor job of capturing mental health diagnoses, visits, specialty care, hospitalizations, medications and other vital data, reveals a new study.
FeatureA growing number of organizations are creating data lakes in order to give a greater number of employees access to the data they desire. But that is also creating more security concerns for data managers.
BlogAs a security and risk professional, you must start working now to assess what the new rules mean for your organization and make the necessary changes to technology, processes, and people.
NewsRegulators say the audit trail could help them reconstruct market crises and quickly analyze data for equities and options markets across multiple exchanges and trading platforms.
FeatureOverall, OCR found that NYP gave the network “virtually unfettered access to its healthcare facility,” which created an environment where PHI could not be protected.
FeatureThe data comes from the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set of medical and administrative data on how well the needs of Medicare beneficiaries are being met.
NewsThe Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has sent Congress a report examining the feasibility of helping providers choose certified electronic health records products.
FeatureHealthcare is being inundated with a deluge of big health data, 80 percent of which are invisible to current computing systems because the data are unstructured, according to IB CEO Ginni Rometty.
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FeatureNew York State’s drive to prod clinicians to use electronic prescriptions exclusively is making progress, but providers’ ability to use e-prescriptions is not yet universal.
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