Behind the scenes with CHAMPS CIO Tim Morris
Every day, more than 16,000 children under the age of five die—almost six million children each year.
The history of health care information technology is a story about finding tasks technology can serve.
“Disruptive innovation” is a term born in academia and bred in Silicon Valley, but does it have a place in the world of public health? I recently heard Dr.
With the advent of large scale automation in the personal health care sector, public health has the opportunity to move from narrowly-viewed surveillance systems to ones that take a more comprehensive, enterprise view of the need for timely, geographically-granular, and population-specific data.
In an effort to determine how public health can use EHRs to analyze population health trends, New York City is developing the NYC Macroscope, a population health surveillance system that uses EHRs to track chronic conditions