Frank Irving

Frank Irving is the Editor of Medical Practice Insider, a digital-only publication for forward-looking physician practices. He writes technology and business management at physician practices and is responsible for overall coverage decisions. Follow Frank on Twitter @Frank_M_Irving.

football players
By Frank Irving 07:15 pm April 14, 2015
With all 32 teams live with an interoperable EHR and related systems, the National Football League is gaining ground in several areas related to player health and safety.
smartphone with apps coming out
By Frank Irving 06:59 pm April 14, 2015
Have a great idea for a new way to interact with EHR data? An emerging platform enables you to build your own app or use another from an open community.
virtual images coming out of tablet
By Frank Irving 08:35 pm April 13, 2015
Amid the world's largest instance of the Epic EHR, future focus is on drilling down to the individual patient level.
fire
By Frank Irving 06:50 pm April 13, 2015
If you haven't yet heard of FHIR (pronounced - fire), an open data interoperability standard being developed by HL7, you will soon.
roadmap with pins
By Frank Irving 08:40 pm April 12, 2015
Geographic information systems can take EHR-related data to create visual analytics that help direct population health management.
ruler
By Frank Irving 08:22 pm April 12, 2015
It's a tall task to pursue perfection in care quality measurement. Here's how one hospital system takes on the challenge.
Gears
By Frank Irving 08:03 am March 26, 2015
Tools will soon be able to answer questions that doctors never might have never thought to ask, the association's president said.
Woman walking with wearable tech
By Frank Irving 08:03 am March 20, 2015
VirtuMedix enters its second year with an eye on usability, scalability and a more favorable reimbursement environment.
Hot air balloons
By Frank Irving 08:03 am March 19, 2015
How Texas Health Resources puts new ideas in motion by investing in connected health.
Laptop smartphone iPad
By Frank Irving 07:59 am February 27, 2015
Precyse plans to launch a new workflow platform encompassing natural language processing and geared toward clinical documentation improvement, case management and computer-assisted coding.

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