The Health and Human Services Department has started publishing an online list of data thefts and breaches that affect the health data of more than 500 patients.
Lawmakers offer legislation to help mental health professionals buy health IT systems.
Because of White House involvement, Text4baby is probably the most high-profile example of mobile health. Its success is likely to give more attention to a health information technology approach that has been in development for at least three years and is on the cusp of expanded federal regulation.
A researcher of a recent study said the Veterans Affairs Department may have saved billions of dollars from using health IT, but the actual savings are not known.
FCC recommends ways HHS and Congress could facilitate broadband access for health IT.
A new study in Health Affairs journal says the Veterans Affairs Department saved billions by applying health IT systems to manage medical care for veterans.
The Health and Human Services Department funds centers designed to help doctors and rural hospitals use health IT.
The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments are expanding demonstration projects of VLER electronic records program, officials said today.
Julie Boughn, the chief information officer for Medicare and Medicaid, says companies that want to work with her agency often display amateurish data security.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has released its updated version of common data formats to enable electronic reporting of patient safety data.
The Health and Human Services Department is handing out $144 million to set up health IT workforce training programs and health IT research projects.
The Obama administration's drive for health information technology implementation is occurring while health IT risks and benefits are not well understood, according to a new think tank report.