The FDA warns manufacturers, healthcare providers, hospitals and patients that the “URGENT/11” security flaws may cause medical devices to malfunction.
Ensuring health information technology-related events are resolved and incorporate effective solutions should be a continued focus area for healthcare systems.
ONC has released a draft strategy it believes will lessen the regulatory and administrative burden of health information technologies, such as EHRs. MLMIC encourages all insured stakeholders to take this opportunity to offer their input.
The ECRI Institute recently convened a working group to identify how technology can facilitate timely action regarding test results and prevent missed or delayed diagnoses.