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By Anthony Brino 12:05 pm February 12, 2013
The states' Medicaid Management Information Systems are the first to achieve HIPAA compliance, and are also reaching providers via the cloud.
By John Halamka 08:41 am February 12, 2013
At BIDMC, we've already achieved 100% EHR adoption and 90% Meaningful Use attestation among our clinician community. Now that the foundation is laid, I believe our next body of work is to craft the technology and workflow solutions which will be hallmarks of the "post EHR" era.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 08:38 am February 12, 2013
We’re spending a lot of time at the Center for Connected Health (CCH) these days thinking about and experimenting with algorithms. It’s part of our general interest in micro-segmenting the population and creating unique, engaging health messaging for each individual that will keep them on the path to better health.
By Carl Natale 09:09 am February 11, 2013
Looking beyond the timelines, there are steps healthcare organizations can take now to make the most of the code set conversion.
By Helen Figge 08:08 am February 11, 2013
The HIMSS relationship with the BioDistrict of New Orleans continues to move forward with the hopes of supporting a healthcare IT workforce that is collaborative, expansive and recognizes the continued need for career training for available and upcoming health IT jobs in New Orleans.
By Anthony Brino 02:25 pm February 08, 2013
Healthcare is following financial services and telecom in public-private standardization of digital transactions, after big data prototypes and the ACA's HIPAA update.
By Jeff Rowe 11:32 am February 08, 2013
To put it mildly, the transition to EHRs comes freighted with a whole host of expectations.
By David Harlow 08:24 am February 08, 2013
In the latest chapter of some inside-the-Beltway wrangling over the validity of recess appointments by President Obama of National Labor Relations Board members, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals held the appointments to be invalid, thus invalidating all NLRB decisions in which these members had participated. These include, of course, some decisions...
By Tom Sullivan 08:20 am February 08, 2013
The leaning of CMS and ONC, EHR confidence men, and did anyone really think that the DoD and VA would get to iEHR, on budget and time?
By Jeff Rowe 08:21 am February 07, 2013
To put it mildly, the transition to EHRs comes freighted with a whole host of expectations.

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