President Obama has requested a 35 percent increase in the 2017 budget for cybersecurity as well as announced plans to implement a Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP).

Bloomberg BNA has issued its 2016 outlook on the top health law issues facing health lawyers, compliance officers and healthcare organizations.

The FDA released a new draft guidance today that details information medical device makers should include when submitting 510(k)s for display devices to be used in diagnostic radiology.

Analytics functionality has improved measurably in recent years, but the healthcare market is still catching up, according to a report from Chilmark Research.

The U.K. government is launching a $5.7 billion effort to turn England's National Health Service into a paperless service and update its outdated technology, including getting rid of fax machines, according to the BBC.

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is working to disseminate the idea that HIPAA does not impede interoperability.

Two Miami hospital employees have been fired for inappropriately accessing the medical records of an NFL player.

Touchdowns, comeback victories, unforgettable plays … healthcare? That’s just a sample of what Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will likely be discussing when he takes the stage as a keynote speaker at HIMSS16.

“If patients are the blockbuster drug, online access is the active ingredient,” said Christine Bechtel, MPS, president and CEO of Bechtel Health Advisory Group, speaking at a webinar on patient electronic access to health information.

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Board of Governors has approved $70 million for nine new patient-centered research projects focused on conditions ranging from ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), a very early-stage, localized type of breast cancer to diabetes, chronic lung disease and migraines.

U.S. funding for on-demand healthcare companies, those providing location-based offerings with near-real-time and 24/7 services, will quadruple from over $200 million in 2014 to $1 billion by the end of 2017, according to Accenture.

Many organizations are thinking about population health and consider it “critically important” to the future of healthcare, but few are in any payer agreements, according to findings from Numerof & Associates.