Information technology is being poured into chronic care management, but there are no silver bullets out there.
Your organization just uncovered a large breach of protected health information. What happens now?
Clinical computing projects need physician leaders and champions as much as ever, but for different reasons.
It's easy to lose sight of patient safety, but an array of technologies are being used to add another layer of protection.
Larry Garber's high school had a cutting-edge computing program in the early 1970s, including a Digital Equipment Corp. minicomputer with 4 kilobytes of memory.
Mapping the Future
The industry is adopting the model, but a host of issues-security, tax regulations, handing over data-needs to be analyzed.
What Ebola has taught IT leaders about electronic records and infectious disease.