Bernie Monegain

Bernie Monegain is Editor-At-Large for Healthcare IT News and Women in Health IT.

Howard A. Fine, MD. Photo by John Abbott

By Bernie Monegain 01:53 pm October 09, 2017
Prestigious prize highlights promising new direction in brain cancer research at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian.
LSU cancer precision medicine

Photo via LSU Health

By Bernie Monegain 01:28 pm October 09, 2017
Two centers will share a $2 million National Cancer Institute grant to study cancer health disparities.
HIMSS LOGIC Go mobile app

A screensnap of the LOGIC Go app from HIMSS Analytics.

By Bernie Monegain 10:20 am October 09, 2017
New platform intended to help boost sales and marketing in healthcare IT sector.
eClinicalworks
By Bernie Monegain 03:05 pm October 06, 2017
New version of its cloud-centric EHR designed to improve workflow, company says.
unique patient identifiers

In Oct. 3 letter, Sens. Orrin Hatch, Elizabeth Warren and others asked for “clear recommendations for steps that federal agencies – specifically ONC – could take to develop improved patient matching methods.”

By Bernie Monegain 01:14 pm October 06, 2017
At the same time, Regenstrief has launched a five-year effort that it hopes can help solve the problem.
Epic CEO Judy Faulkner
By Bernie Monegain 10:32 am October 06, 2017
A comprehensive health record, unlike today’s EHR, would incorporate more data types, notably social determinants, she says.
athenahealth EHR
By Bernie Monegain 08:51 am October 06, 2017
Company’s athenaOne for Hospitals and Health Systems platform has become the third most frequently selected records solution in the country, both in 2015 and 2016.
mayo clinic patient outcomes
By Bernie Monegain 02:18 pm October 05, 2017
Partnership aims to create better outcomes for patients in all clinical areas.
value-based healthcare
By Bernie Monegain 10:42 am October 04, 2017
Consumers are driven to expect better healthcare information and technology in part because they are required to pay more out of pocket.
Stanford, Intermountain partner on opioid project

Intermountain Healthcare in Murray, Utah. Photo via Google Maps

By Bernie Monegain 08:37 am October 04, 2017
The PCORI-funded study will compare the effectiveness of three approaches to reducing use of the painkillers.

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