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

FeatureAs patient data becomes more easily accessible—by both physicians and hackers—in the age of electronic health records and health information exchanges, privacy concerns have outweighed the benefits.
NewsThe interactive digital maps are valuable for federal, state and local agencies and private sector users to identify connectivity gaps between rural and urban counties that have led to negative health outcomes.
FeatureCon­cerned about a nationwide out­break and a potential epidemic, the CDC funding is meant to ensure that the system infrastructure is in place to provide public health surveillance capabilities.
FeatureThe VA announced the milestone on August 1, when an Army veteran from Montgomery, Ala., became the 500,000th volunteer to enroll in the research database program.
FeatureNIH’s effort includes the development of new tools and analytic methods for integrating patient data with information about contextual factors at the community and population levels that influence health outcomes.
NewsDespite the optimism displayed by hospital executives, the path to compliance will not be an easy one for hospitals, according to a recently released survey of 319 accredited hospitals.
NewsThe data show that small facilities are struggling when it comes to the interoperable exchange and use of electronic health information.
NewsLast year, 92 percent of hospitals could let patients view their records online, more than double the number that were able to do so in 2013, when only 43 percent of hospitals could deliver that information.
There are plenty of data and security-related certifications in the top wage-earners this year. According to the new report, “15 Top-Paying Certifications for 2016” from Global Knowledge, here are the 15 that will earn you top dollar, or cost you the most to pay out.
NewsLocated in 41 states and Puerto Rico, the HCCNs will promote enhanced information sharing and support health centers in meeting the requirements of the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs.
FeatureThe Department of Veterans Affairs will continue to modernize its legacy electronic health record system through fiscal year 2018. But, beyond that, the VA’s plans for its long-time records system are still in flux.
blogIn theory, the essential components of a third-party assessment are easily determined. In practice, however, the resources usually aren't available.
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