Check out the most-read Technology articles from the past quarter:
Iowa Health System Sees Benefits from Data-Driven Surgery
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics is using technology in the OR to study how surgical procedures are done, with a goal of improving efficiency, reducing workflows, and improving clinical outcomes
The Exec: Cedric Wilson Discusses Radiology Innovation at Stanford Medicine Children's Health
Wilson, an Air Force veteran who has advised the Congressional Black Caucus on issues like health equity, talks about the evolution of diagnostic and imaging services.
Breaking: DEA to Again Revise Telemedicine Prescribing Guidelines
Reacting to a wave of complaints against its earlier proposed revision of rules for prescribing controlled substances via telemedicine, the DEA is changing course yet again.
22 Health Systems Commit to Adopting TEFCA Standards
The health systems are all EHR clients of Epic, which hailed the news as step toward the establishment of a nationwide health information exchange.
Examining the Challenges of Data Interoperability for EMS Providers
A discussion at the HIMSS 2023 Interoperability Showcase highlights the barriers to data transfer between ambulances and hospitals.
Coalition Unveils Guidelines for Responsible AI Use in Healthcare
The Coalition for Health AI (CHAI) includes Stanford, the Mayo Clinic, Vanderbilt, Johns Hopkins, Google, and Microsoft, and is overseen by a number of federal agencies.