Unsecured Medical Records Pose Serious Health Risks for Patients

Researchers at the University of California have discovered that hospitals may be vulnerable to computer hackers who can remotely access medical record systems and modify test results. These attacks can have a significant impact on patient safety, as well as the medical infrastructure of the United States. Unfortunately, according to the team of physicians and » Read More

Demand for Restructured Electronic Health Records

When electronic health records (EHRs) were first introduced to the medical industry, the hope was that they would decrease physicians’ workloads and improve the quality of patient care. However, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that EHRs are not being used to their full potential. In fact, their study shows » Read More