Despite ongoing chatter about how technology negatively impacts health, two recent studies indicate that teens’ use of health technology can actually have notable positive impacts.
Epic, creator of the most widely used electronic health record, today announced Share Everywhere, a big leap forward in interoperability.
For the 20% of U.S. veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, their experiences with war didn’t come to an end when they returned home.
Oregon Health and Science University scientists have demonstrated an effective way of using a gene-editing tool to correct a disease.
Cambridge University Hospitals and its eHospital platform designed by Epic became the first health organization outside the United States to be designated as a Most Wired hospital.
Epic’s work throughout was repeatedly rated “Exemplary” by the USCG in formal documented reviews.
In an article in the Annals of Surgery, Atul Gawande argues that there is an urgent need to expand the use of electronic prescriptions for opioids.
Epic was named Best Overall Software Suite in addition to receiving top recognition in 11 other Best-in-KLAS or Category Leader rankings.
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