Compliance


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


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NewsBesides relief from Meaningful Use requirements, CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt told the nation's largest physician group that health IT interoperability is the “number one ask of many physicians.”
Research shows that a cyberattack is an inevitable fact of life today for most organizations. In that event, the organization needs a plan to minimize damage and to reach constructively.
NewsThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has become the newest member of NATE, a private-public program aims to make it easier for patients to securely access their records electronically.
NewsXerox said it is expanding offerings to help providers support care delivered in virtual settings, and integrate that care with information in electronic health records.
NewsThe Department of Health and Human Services continues to face challenges safeguarding the privacy and security of healthcare IT, improving information flow and ensuring a return on HIT investments.
NewsElectronic health record vendor Practice Fusion has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges it misled consumers by soliciting reviews for physicians using its EHR.
FeatureSome prominent health IT leaders are concerned that API-enabled apps will put patient privacy at risk.
NewsThe incidents are a reminder that while cyber attacks from the outside receive significant media attention, other security threats that have been around for many years require continued monitoring.
NewsThe National Cancer Institute on Monday launched a Genomic Data Common designed to promote the sharing of genomic and clinical information between researchers.
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NewsMetrics for assessing the extent of health data interoperability, grounded in electronic health records meaningful use criteria, are insufficient and should be replaced, the AMA and 36 other societies claim.
NewsOracle Corp. and its top executives were sued by an investor who blames his stock losses on allegations by a former finance executive that the cloud computing giant doctored its quarterly results.
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