Security for health IT is an ongoing process. Hackers never stop learning and evolving, so IT teams need to do the same. For example, a hacker group called “Orangeworm” was recently identified. This group targets providers in the healthcare sector with a Trojan virus that can be installed on devices such as X-ray and MRIs. Cybersecurity providers are publishing patches that will scan for the malicious software, but it’s crucial that health IT leaders stay aware of the latest risks, work with secure vendors, and keep their software up to date. It’s not just attackers that are changing the cybersecurity

Change Healthcare’s Imaging, Workflow & Care Solutions business, and Avreo, Inc., a developer of radiology workflow solutions, announced a partnership today during AHRA 2018, the association ...

The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) announced it awarded $33 million to three healthcare IT innovators, including earmarking nearly $5.5 million to Change Healthcare, as part of an initiative ...

The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) has announced it will provide a grant of nearly $6 million to Change Healthcare as part of an initiative to expand the country’s digital health ecosystem. ...

A well-oiled, end-to-end workflow is key to a radiology department’s success. To achieve such workflow, departments need to assess and measure their current state workflow and establish ...

Change Healthcare UK has announced the appointment Terry Hayes as Cardiology Sales Executive for Imaging, Workflow, and Care Solutions. As a qualified sonographer, Hayes has an extensive ...