Reports & Survey

EHR satisfaction survey 2017: After years of frustrations, user wish-list turns positive

In our third annual Healthcare IT News EHR Satisfaction Survey we asked hospital leaders, IT professionals and clinicians to rate their inpatient electronic health records systems. Their answers are illustrative of the hopes and frustrations of the folks on the front lines, for whom EHRs have become an intrinsic and indispensable part of their work.

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Black Book Rankings: 50 Disruptive Health IT Companies to Watch

Black Book Rankings, a full-service healthcare-centric market research company, today unveiled their list of top 50 disruptive health IT companies. The companies were recognized by healthcare providers and payers attempting digital transformation and innovation efforts highlighted in Black Book’s recent 2017 Emerging Vendors survey. The selected health IT companies stood out above others because they

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My Guide To The Future of Medicine: 22 Trends Shaping Healthcare

Surgeons at The Royal London Hospital have conducted the first brain surgery on an aneurysm recorded in virtual reality. Researchers from Florida Atlantic University are developing a placenta-on-chip that will mimic the microenvironment of the maternal-fetal interface. The research is an early breakthrough on a future in which neonatal disease can be researched without using

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Juniper survey ranks IBM at top for blockchain

Microsoft and Accenture take second and third places.Analysts at Juniper Research have ranked IBM the top leader for blockchain technology as more than four in 10 respondents rated Big Blue as the leaderMicrosoft took second place and Accenture took the third spot.Nearly 400 company founders, executives, managers and IT leaders responded to Junipers Blockchain Enterprise

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American Association for Cancer Research Releases Cancer Progress Report 2017

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 13, 2017 PRNewswire — Federally funded research that provides a deep understanding of cancer is spurring advances against many types of the disease. With a strong bipartisan commitment from Congress to keep investment in biomedical research a national priority, we can accelerate our pace of progress and save more lives from cancer, according

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