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Since computerized physician order entry was introduced as a vital part of their technology armamentarium, physicians have argued that, in order for CPOE to be effective, support and guidance are essential. More
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The signs coming out of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are crystal clear: New...
Faced with the imperative of sharing patient information when patients moved from the hospital to a...
"CMS is ready for ICD-10," said outgoing Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...
The Q4 and full year financial results Allscripts announced on Thursday showed bookings were down...
Precyse plans to launch a new workflow platform encompassing natural language processing and geared...
Howard Wolpert, MD, has spent much of his life researching technology innovations for diabetes...
For six years, Healthcare IT News has called on our readers to shine a bright light on the people in...
Mayo Clinic is publishing commercialized analytics tools on the Apervita platform, offering other...
InterSystems just released the latest version of the data platform it first introduced in 1997: Caché...
HIPAA does not get as technical as these common vulnerabilities, so there's a huge gray area that...
 
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Electronic health record giant Epic Systems, often criticized for its closed architecture, will soon open an app store -- enabling outside developers to create programs ...More
Spotlight
Users rank their favorite HIE technology makers, while the exchanges face continuing challenges.More
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"There's an app for that" may be an effective marketing phrase, but don't expect hospital security officials to appreciate it. The proliferation of devices and ...More
Doc and patient
All the technology in today's world cannot effectively close the gap between doctors and patients, until they understand each other much better. And that takes ...More
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With fewer than five months before the Department of Defense is due to make a decision on its massive $11 billion electronic health record modernization ...More
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It turns out many healthcare organizations get more than a few things wrong about their information security frameworks.More
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Nearly 95 percent of health IT professionals say complying with regulations is the chief driver of their decision-making, according to a new poll. Worse, a ...More
Fluence
Fluence, the software formerly known as Convergence, extracts data from various systems to "bring the patient story to life" via a longitudinal record.More
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A new partnership between a Portland, Oregon, behavioral health services provider and a local health system will use an HIE tool to link the hospital's ...More