The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of December that we think deserve sharing again.Read More
By Matt Fisher – HIPAA experienced yet another year of attention, questioning, and enforcement. The issues around in 2019 were not necessarily new, though arguably approaches are beginning to change.
DirectTrust is pleased to announce their second annual DirectTrust Summit, to occur in Washington D.C. on June 9th and 10th, 2020. Call for proposals is open until January 31st.
Happy New Year! What are the insiders in the healthcare and health IT industry saying what 2020 will look like? Technology, security, the cloud, and interoperability are on the top of many lists.
Day 9: We have rounded up these nine women of health IT to hear what they have to say about what to expect in 2020. From digital health and telemedicine to interoperability and healthcare payments, here is what they are predicting about the new year.
By Kayla Matthews – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is legislation that defines the privacy and security standards surrounding health information. There’s also a component of HIPAA called the privacy rule.
In this Q&A, Imprivata CEO Gus Malezis talks about some of the trends shaping digital transformation in healthcare. And hear Gus on his recent guest spot on The Tate Chronicles with Jim Tate.
Buff Colchagoff of RosettaHealh helps us out with Day 4. Did you know that there has been a long-term debate about whether or not it’s “four calling birds” or “four colly birds” in the classic Twelve Days of Christmas? I only recently discovered this in doing research for…
By Elizabeth Marshall MD MBA – With late 2019 marking the 20th anniversary of the landmark report on medical errors “To Err is Human,” now is time for a renewed focus on novel ways to improve patient safety.