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Healthcare IT News | February 11, 2020
InterSystems announced this week that it released a functionality allowing users of the latest editions of TrakCare to screen and support patients with 2019-nCoV, as the fight against the spread of the outbreak intensifies. The company said customers in China, the UK, the United Arab Emirates and others had already started using it. The functionality is based on guidance from the World Health Organization and links to the Wuhan Coronavirus Global Cases app from the Johns Hopkins Center for Syste...
HealthITSecurity | March 05, 2020
A set of cybersecurity flaws found in a range of medical devices with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) could allow a hacker to remotely crash a device or access its data, according to a recent alert from the Food and Drug Administration. The BLE is used to pair and exchange data between two devices to perform specific functions and preserve battery life. However, researchers discovered a flaw, dubbed SweynTooth, that could allow a hacker to remotely crash the device, stop its function, or access funct...
Cision PR Newswire | September 02, 2020
Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, today announced a multi-year agreement with Humana Inc. a leading health and well-being company, to help deliver a more connected, personalized healthcare experience for its members. Humana is deploying Salesforce Health Cloud to help power its Enterprise Clinical Operating Model (ECOM), a new care management technology platform that will facilitate integrated care coordination between its members, care teams and provider communities. Healthcare is delivered...
Epic | April 27, 2020
After launching a fierce opposition campaign to federal data-sharing rules, Epic is now voicing support for the new regulations aimed at improving patients' access to their health data.
The electronic health records (EHR) giant said the final interoperability rules from the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published March 9 include many of the changes that Epic and other stakeholders requested.
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